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When summer is over and everyone’s returned from vacation, it’s time to get your office in order. Your first priority is catching up on some basic business administrative chores before the end of the year sneaks up on you – all those little bookkeeping paper management tasks you just haven’t gotten around to yet. Once…Click here for reuse options!
Of course, the first step in getting organized is finding the right methodology. Whether your goal is a more manageable inbox, a garage that will hold your car, or less time spent running errands, you need a set way of doing things and a home for everything you own — but those techniques are rendered…Click here for reuse options!
Feeling “stressed” is a common complaint these days — in fact, many people have started to think of stress as an unavoidable part of life. But stop and think about how many of your stressors are rooted in poor organizational habits. Disorganization puts tremendous pressure on both the mind and the body — just taking…Click here for reuse options!
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…Click here for reuse options!
Why is it that so many of us suffer from weak organizing skills? In part, it’s because no one teaches “Decluttering 101”at school! If you were never instructed on how to create order as a kid, how can you do it effectively now as an adult? Let’s take a step back to those days of…Click here for reuse options!
Disorganized people often imagine that getting organized is really hard — that you have to set up a lot of complicated systems and really WORK at it every day. Not true. Organizing is as easy as driving a car. When you first got behind the wheel, there were a billion rules to remember — but…Click here for reuse options!