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It doesn’t matter whether you’re a mom trying to keep track of your kid’s classmates, soccer schedule, and P.T.A. activities — or if you’re struggling to stay on top of your company’s products, vendors, customers, and staff at work. You need a desktop organization system for it all! What Is A Fingertip File? While you…

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It’s difficult to provide universal tips that will solve real organizing challenges for every reader. The problem with generic suggestions there is that each person has a different organizing style — figure out your style, and you’ll have a better idea about the techniques that will help you. Anyone who tells you that there is…

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You may have heard the term “desk reference files” before, but what does it mean? This is one of the foundational cornerstones of an organized paper management system — it’s where your most important informational documents life. Not sure how the whole thing works? Well let me tell you! Reference Vs. Action Files Desk reference…

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Last month, we shared some on-the-road organization tips to help our readers live the best adventure possible. To continue that trend, we’ve consulted with full-time Airstreamer Ramona Creel — also a veteran organizer/coach who lives and works and practices what she preaches about clutter in less-than-200 square feet. A couple times a month, she’ll be…

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