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Managing Mealtime Madness By: Susan Stewart
It is 5:00 pm and Cindy has no idea what to make for dinner. In the process of searching through the freezer, she causes an avalanche of frozen foods to fall to the floor. Meanwhile, her hungry baby is crying and the phone is ringing.After checking the Caller ID to ...
7 Steps to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed By: Elizabeth Hagen
Do you look at your office or home and feel totally overwhelmed by the clutter, piles, and stuff? Do you wonder where to start? Do you want to run out in terror?!I know what it's like to feel like your home or office is totally out of control instead ...
5 Tips to Banish Clutter From Your Life For Good By: Sara Pedersen
Studies show that 80 percent of what we use comes from 20 percent of what we own. That means that 80 percent of the things in our homes are rarely or never used. Follow these tips to de-clutter your life.Start the process of de-cluttering. Divide a room into sections. Pick ...
Kids Clutter Organizing at Every Age By: Bridget Messino
Our children are probably the biggest clutter creators we have in our homes -- even more so than the dreaded paper flow. It starts out innocently, when we find out we are expecting; then the purchasing frenzy swings into high gear and does not let up until, well, let's just ...
Being Organized Is it Worth the Effort By: Lila Norden
To have freedom of time, (and other kinds of freedom as well), you need to be organized. It's one of the many paradoxes of life.People often think that the processes of getting and being organized take away from their available time, and it's true ? as far as it goes. ...
Clutter is Contagious By: Chris Crouch
What?There is a fascinating story about the ?Broken Windows Theory? in a New Yorker magazine article by Malcolm Gladwell (see gladwell.com, June 3, 1996, article titled The Tipping Point). Stanford University psychologist Philip Zimbardo parked a car on a street in Palo Alto, Calif., where it sat untouched for a ...
Overwhelmed Try the Red Zone Tactic By: Marg McAlister
Some people seem to be born organized. You probably remember them from school: the ones who always had well-organized pencil cases equipped with erasers, sharpeners, pens, scissors and glue-sticks (probably in duplicate). Their hair was always neatly done; their clothes ironed and bearing a full complement of buttons.Grown up and ...
Getting Organized By: Steve Pavlina
Years ago my family and I moved from a cramped two-bedroom apartment into a spacious house. Instead of having to squeeze my home office in half a room, I finally had a nice 10' x 12' room all to myself. Since I was accustomed to working in less than half ...
Dont Be A Clutter Victim By: Kim Wolinski
There are 3 kinds of clutter: Inner (between our ears); Outer (stuff and things) and Other (people.) The more stacks and piles of outer clutter we collect create distractions that keep us from our real lives and joy.Do you find it hard to say ?NO? to ads that say something ...
Finish in Style Organizing Works By: Barbara Hemphill
One of my mother-in-law's many oft-quoted and wise declarations was ?Finish in style.? It has been on my mind lately, as I contemplate the end of another year, and the end of the first fifty years of my life. Based on my heritage, I fully expect to live another fifty ...
Organizing for Today Tomorrow and the Next Day By: Tys Sniffen
Getting organized is hard. If it weren't, we wouldn't put it off until it got even harder. There are hundreds of books out there on how to get organized; they have ideas on how to work in your garage, in your living room, in your mind, in your ...
Making Space Letting Go of Clutter By: Vicki Miller
To make room for new things to come into you life, you have to create space for such things. If your environment or life is packed with things you no longer need or that no longer serve you, then you are holding yourself back. There's no room for ...
Get Your Act Together With Kitchen Drawer Organizers By: Carlo Morelli
Kitchen drawer organizers save more than time ? they can also save your sanity! Have you ever had one of those moments when you know you just bought a great kitchen gadget the other day, but can't find it now to save your life? Well, that's the great thing about ...
Organization Tips How To Get Things Done By: Lorraine Pirihi
What stops you from 'getting things done?'Have you ever started your day with good intentions of completing a task or project only to find that by the end of the day you've hardly worked on it?Or have you ever set a goal to attend a seminar, learn a new skill ...
Storage Stash Space You Never Knew You Had By: Terri Emmett
If you've ever wished your house had just one or two more rooms, a little planning and double-duty furniture could compensate. Before rushing out to buy a bigger house, try a few of these less-expensive options first.Have a specified ?project table? where you can put magazine articles that need ...
Is Your To Do List The Problem By: Beverley Hamilton
You start each week with great intentions. You are determined to get a grip of your workload. You are determined to write a to do list, you even promise yourself that you will stick to it and use it and reprioritise each day so that you finish what you want ...
Files vs Piles By: Cynthia Kyriazis
I recently read an article that had some interesting but not surprising statistics. Harte-Hanks published a survey in December, 2001 which reported that 96% of businesspeople interviewed were frustrated by their companies' information management. It's no wonder. An IDC white paper published in August, 2001 told us employees can ...
Organization Tips How to Organise Your Computer Files By: Lorraine Pirihi
Everytime Mary had to find a file on her computer, she always had great difficulty. And it was no wonder why. Every file had been saved under the folder "Mary" and that was it. There were no other categories. Consequently every time Mary searched her folder she spent ages sifting ...
Organized For Life By: Jeff Earlywine
Questions come my way all the time regarding my God-given nature to be organized. It has been said that I stayed under the proverbial ?organized spout? too long when I was being created. In fact, at one point in my career I had the unofficial title, ?Minister of Organization.?However, when ...
Storage Solutions Get Organized Room by Room By: Ian White
Conquering clutter is easier said than done for those of us who cannot resist'stuff! If you frequent garage sales, antique stores, malls and flea markets?or?if your home has become smaller over the years due to a slow accumulation of things, than there are steps you can take to organize everything. ...
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