taxes, paperwork

Organizing for tax season

Tax season is upon us and it is never too late to start getting your tax paperwork organized. Even if you feel like it is too late for last year’s receipts, you can certainly put a system in place for this year. According to the IRS, “Well-organized records make it easier to prepare a tax […]

Tips & Tricks, January 2014

Quote of the Month  “The best things in life aren’t things.” Author unknown Fun at IKEA during G.O. Month (G.O. stands for Get Organized) Quite the media darling this month (hope you know I’m kidding). This past Saturday, I joined my fellow NAPO members for the annual G.O. Event at IKEA. Looks as though the […]

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Organizing your medicine

Getting your medications organized can be an important part of your overall health. Certain medications need to be taken at exact times of day, and with or without food. As we age, it can be more and more difficult to get a handle on medications without having them take over the counter tops or table. […]

Reducing Junk Mail – How to Get Off the Lists

When trying to reduce or eliminate clutter, the topic of junk mail is inevitable. With more people using computers to make purchases, much of the catalogs, ads and other junk mail can be eliminated, if you know how to do it. There are many good reasons to reduce what we know as junk mail. While […]

Tips & Tricks: December 2013

Quote of the Month “The trouble with not having a goal is that you can spend your life running up and down the field and never score.” Bill Copeland The Secret’s Out Are you one of those folks who do a major clean up when you know there are people coming over? Does that ‘major […]