Organize your office and watch productivity rise

Take a good look at your office. Are there stacks of papers? Piles of correspondence? Filing that you failed to do? Not to worry, many of us have the same problem. However, with increased organization, there will be increased productivity. The theme for today will be sorting. Sort, sort, sort, everything in the office and […]

October 2013: Tips and Tricks

Quote of the Month “I can get sentimentally attached to a dustball if it hangs around long enough.” -New York Times article, “The Trouble with Stuff,” written by Constance Rosenblum, October 13, 2013. How To Do Your Laundry (as seen on Facebook this week) 1. Wash and dry laundry 2. Place in basket 3. Avoid […]

Organizing for a move

It seems like an unbelievable fact, but according to the U.S. Census, about 14% of the population moves each year. If you happen to be in that 14%, how can you get organized for your move? As with most organizing, you will need to start a list. In fact, a binder is another must have. […]

Organizing myths revealed

My situation is hopeless. Or, No way this will work for me. These are a couple of the most common myths about getting organized. Guess what? They are myths! You CAN get organized, no matter what your situation is. It works whether you are a neat freak or a slob, however, most of us fall […]

Should you rent a storage unit?

The short answer is, probably not. Using a storage unit is fairly common for people living somewhere temporarily and needing to store furniture and belongings. If, for example, you are having a home built and live with a friend for a year or stay someplace that is furnished on a temporary basis, having a storage […]