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Principles for a Productive Environment By: Lila Norden
A productive environment is a setting in which everything around you supports your goals and who you want to be. Logically, a productive environment must be one that is well-organized.Every increase in your ability to organize increases your success potential. This is true for several reasons, including the fact that ...
Organizing Nature Versus Nurture By: Hans Bool
The First law of nature is about self-preservation; every man for himself and let the devil take the hindmost.The nature versus nurture dichotomy is part of the cultural area; culture is about what people and groups have learned, additionally from what they have "inherited" from nature initially. You could ...
Rules for Organizing Your Workspace By: Mary Kutheis
These four simple tips will help you make the most of your office workspace. Being more organized, and working in an environment that you enjoy allows you to be more efficient and ultimately, more productive on the job.Think first, organize next. People procrastinate about organizing because they don't know where ...
Please Dont File This Delete It By: Jillian Middleton
Oh you can file it?but first read it?.and if you're not going to read it then just delete it.Radical? Maybe. But how many more ?important? items do you want to save to read later?The only way I know to avoid clutter is to stop making it - now.Clutter isn't always ...
Your Organizing DNA By: Cynthia Kyriazis
Do you like storing your papers on top of your desk in trays, baskets or just plain piles? Do you have a preference for Post-it notes and maybe some colorful file folders? Or are clearly labeled files and file cabinets more your style? Do you 'file' or 'pile'? I ...
House Cleaning Clear Your Clutter By: Peg Mettarod
House cleaning is rarely anyone's favorite subject, but we've all got to do it or else hire someone to do it for us. Me, I usually do my own, but about once a year I'll hire someone to come in and give it the good, deep cleaning that I don't ...
Sticking to Your New Years Resolutions Ten Tips for a More Organized Life By: Barbara Hemphill
1. A calendar is an essential organizing tool ? start the year with one that works for you! And whether you use a paper or electronic version, using Post-it? notes as reminders will help you 'stick? to your resolutions.2. Identify a specific goal for getting or keeping in shape ...
Have an Ugly Day By: Brook Noel
"Do something every day that you don't want to-do; this is the golden rule for acquiring the habit of doing your duty without pain." --Mark TwainHave you ever had one of those days (or weeks) where everything on your plate was something you didn't look forward to-doing? I faced such ...
Getting Organized Getting Fit By: Barbara Hemphill
In a speech entitled ?Organized Living in a Disorganized World? I made the statement ?Getting organized is much like exercise and healthy eating. It is something you incorporate into your daily living.? Immediately one attendee sighed loudly and blurted out, ?I'm doomed!? Many people feel the same ...
Letting Go of Clutter In Your Office By: Angie Dixon
Some people would say I'm the last person in the world to be writing about clearing out clutter; I seem to accumulate so much of it. But I also get rid of it, when it reaches the point of bothering me.That's the first thing about clearing out clutter. Everyone has ...
Cant Sleep Toss the Sleep Aids and Organize Your Bedroom for the Best Sleep of Your Life By: Ariane Benefit
When you have trouble sleeping, do you reach for sleep aids to cure your insomnia? You are not alone. But the consequences of chronic sleep aid use can be devastating to your health. Not only can sleep aids cause depression, new research has shown that some sleep aid ...
Being Organized Can Get Your Kids An A By: Rosemary Chieppo
1. Plan together. Family meetings are an integral part of learning to organize time, set priorities and plan ahead. Make time on a weekly basis to look at the family calendar. As kids bring home a note about an event, transfer the information to the calendar so everyone in the household ...
Is It Time To Clean Out Your Closet And Get Organized By: Amy Barrett
Are you afraid to open your closet door because something may fall on your head? Is your closet so full of stuff that you can't find what you need or worse yet, you have no idea what's even in the closet? If so, it is definitely time to ...
3Step Clean Sweep Program to Organize By: Judith Ann Kirk
3-Step Clean Sweep Program 1 - Purge2 - Simplify3 - Organize Getting Started Springtime is when many folks give their homes and offices a good cleaning. For every thing there is a season, and this is the season to get rid of the winter cobwebs. The hardest part of this project is ...
10 Organizing Tips for Road Warrior Parents By: Barbara Hemphill
Parenting is always a challenge, but particularly so if your work requires that you travel. Don't be too hard on yourself or on them when you find it difficult. Here are some tips you may find helpful:1. Communicate with your family regularly about your travel schedule. If possible, ...
10 Easy Steps to an Organized Home Office By: Nell Taliercio
Without the structure of an office outside of our homes, it is easy to scatter anything work related all over the house. We still need to complete our work in a timely and efficient manner. After all, the less time we spend working, the more time we have with our ...
What Clutter Clearing Can Do For You By: Stephanie Robertss
You can get a pretty good idea of the benefits of clutter clearing simply by imagining your life free of all the negative effects of clutter: lack of focus and clarity; feelings of being professionally, creatively, spiritually, and/or romantically stuck; insufficient time and attention for self and family; increased stress, ...
Prayer Journal and Organizer By: Sara Duggan
As a mother of 2 very active boys I am always perfecting my organization routine. A couple of years ago I met a young lady who introduced to me the concept of a prayer journal. At first I totally loved the idea and was fully into using it. ...
The Natural Law of Attrition By: Mary Rosendale
I'm cheap and proud of it.I use and re-use things carefully. It pains me in particular to waste food. The Buddhist/Catholic in me wants to find a way to airlift leftover rice and veggies to the Sudan.I'm one of those obnoxious houseguests who will walk up behind you ...
Reclaim Your 2Car Storage RoomI Mean Garage By: Nancy Peham
Today's new homes often come with garages that accommodate 2 or more automobiles, but oddly enough, people don't manage to park their cars in them! Garages have become our spare rooms, the place we dump the stuff we don't know what else to do with. It's time to ...
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