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50 Ideas to Organize Your Home By: Lesley Dietschy
?Organize? is a familiar word heard on many of today's popular decorating shows. Every family has its struggles with some type of clutter whether it is stacks of papers or a cluttered and cramped bathroom. In fact, the National Association of Professional Organizers reports that 80% of what ...
Six ADD Tips for Organizing Everyday Things By: Sarah Jane Keyser
Life with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) can be a constant hassle. Little things like lost car keys, tools that stick or don't cut well, papers that go missing all add to the general level of tension. These tips will help you come to grips with the nitty-gritty of everyday things.1. ...
To Do Lists Discover a Secret to Getting More Done By: Catherine Pratt
Do you write yourself ?To Do? lists with the very best of intentions of accomplishing everything on that list yet find that you constantly struggle to get a single one of those items completed? You may even add things that you did while procrastinating just so that you can check ...
Organize Your Folders to Optimize Efficiency By: Aldene Fredenburg
Files proliferate quickly on personal computers and, without a bit of planning, users can end up hunting through a long list of miscellaneous files with names that seemed sensible when they were created, but now appear very mysterious.Windows automatically saves new text files in My Documents and graphics files in ...
Lead An Orderly Life By: Paul Hegarty
There are many interesting characteristics in the person that is disorganized and the person who is organized. The individual who is disorganized takes a considerable time to get things done. They lack discipline. The other interesting facet of there being is that they get defensive when you point these things ...
Organizing Solutions for the Disorganized Entrepreneur By: Barbara Hemphill
After more than 20 years as an entrepreneur and a consultant to entrepreneurs, I am convinced that for many entrepreneurs, ?organized? is an enigma. ?Organized entrepreneur? may even be an oxymoron, because the very strength that makes great entrepreneurs makes for poor organizing ? at least organizing as most ...
Its Time To Clear Out Clutter Busting For Every Aspect Of Your Life By: Kate Harper
?A well-ordered life is like climbing a tower; the view halfway up is better than the view from the base, and it steadily becomes finer as the horizon expands.? --William Lyon Phelps (1895 - 1985) English novelist, poet, writerWe've seen some sunshine and light is beginning to stream through the ...
Storage Space Create Extraordinary Solutions By: Anna Creighton
Our best storage unit was a school bus. Go ahead and raise your eyebrows; I raised more than eyebrows when I came home to find the bus in our driveway.I thought my husband had lost his mind when he bought it on silent auction [$601] and had it towed ...
Playing The Routine It Will Amuse You Too By: Maria Moratto
Have you ever noticed how powerful it is to have routines? For someone like me, who loves variety in everything, the only way I can have a routine it is if it a game that I can play.Children and animals love to play the routine games. The good thing about ...
Ten Tips for a Sane Move By: Rosemary Chieppo
1. If you don't use it, leave it. Packing time is a blessing in disguise. It's the perfect time to get rid of items that have collected in your home. Look at each item and think to yourself: ?Do I use this? Do I need it?? Be honest. If you don't ...
10 Myths of Clutter Clearing By: Jo Kefford
1) It's easy to have a good clear out: Not always. For many people, breaking a life-time habit is really hard - everyone has a choice whether they want to make that break or not. The only way you will succeed is when the pain is so big you ...
Organized Kids Not an Oxymoron By: Nancy Peham
If you've got young children in the house, then you're probably involved in the never ending battle against toys, projects and artwork that seem to take over every room. While no one expects infants and toddlers to pick up after themselves, young children can begin learning the basics of ...
Getting Organized For A Clutter Free Life By: Katie Byrd
A New York Magazine article I once read referred to ?being organized? as the second greatest pleasure in life. I suppose that places it just after either sex or eating ? whichever is your number one choice. I agree that ?being organized? is extremely satisfying. However, most people look at ...
Have You Fallen into a Monkey Trap By: Damien Senn
Have you ever stopped to think about how you might catch yourself a monkey?Well, it's simple really, even for the monkey trapping novice. Here's what you need to do?.Step 1: Go to where monkeys hang out.Step 2: Put a stack of peanuts in a small jar tied to a rope.Step ...
Does Your Storage Make Sense By: Ramona Creel
What do your storage spaces look like? Do you know exactly where to go when you are looking for something? Is your system logical? Designing a meaningful storage space requires a lot more than just putting stuff in a closet, drawer, or cabinet. You need STRUCTURE -- some proven guidelines ...
Good Self Bad Self By: Patsi Krakoff Psy D
Do you walk your talk? Most of us like to think that we mean what we say and say what we mean.Then why do we keep saying we will quit doing this, or start doing that, and we find we keep on doing the same old things? Most New Year's ...
Common Clutter Culprits How to Bust Through Clutter By: Rebekah Slatkin
Paper1. You may already be in the habit of filing important papers. Protect your manicure by weeding out your filing system at least once a year, purging papers you no longer need to keep. Ask your accountant exactly how long you need to keep documents. A general rule of thumb ...
Without a Plan Youre Doomed to Failure By: John Madden
?My job is an endless series of deadlines, I am constantly putting out fires? You've probably heard talk like that a time or two. You may sound like that yourself on occasion.Are you a planner or a ?firefighter?? Of course you know that real firefighters plan more than most of ...
Eliminate Distractions and Get More Done By: Gina Gray
5 Ways to Eliminate Distractions and Get More Done Now! 1. Know a distraction when you hear it, see it or feel itSome distractions are simply interruptions. ?The average American worker is interrupted six times per hour? (Arizona Republic, 10/3/99). Think about it: If each ...
Paper Clutter You Can Blitz It in Ten Easy Steps By: Bronwyn Ritchie
Are you having difficulty finding documents when you need them?Are the stacks of paper getting out of hand?Do you find yourself apologising for your untidy desk?Then it's time to cut through the paper clutter ? blitz the problem.Too busy, you say, to even think about it? Let me reassure ...
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