Friday, February 24, 2012

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Thursday, February 23, 2012

50 Organizing Ideas here is the first Five

  1. Set your Goal - First thing to do is set or determine a goal. If you don't see where you are headed then how will you ever get there. Set mini-goals and start rewarding yourself when you get to each mini-goal.
  2. Forget about your Memory - You may have a good memory but there is always room for you to forget something. Write it down, put it in your day planner, or computer schedule, but just write it down.
  3. Group all activities that are similar - this way you don't have to start something, put it away, start something else, etc. Example, make all your phone calls together. Things will be done a lot easier.
  4. Purge all your files and papers, otherwise you may be going out and purchasing new items that you may not need once the purge is complete.
  5. One Calendar - One calendar will be sufficient don't overdue the calendar or planner, too many of them could mean over booking and missed appointments. Keeping personal, professional and family items on one calendar will help to eliminate conflicts.
Well thats it for today, check back next week for 5 more organizing tips.

Organizing Your Life
Reduce your stress -

Five (5) Tips to help start organizing your life (Home or Office):

Today ................................. Tip One "Paper Organizing
........ come back tomorrow for the next tip on email and logons.

  1. Paper Organizing: Start by finding a solution that will organize all those important document and/or bills that need to be kept. No one wants to have to start this process under duress at Tax time, do you? Start now and create folders for each type of bill and document, example, (name of telephone carrier), could be the first folder, continue creating them - you will need to decide whether you wish to label them under the company name or the type of service. Use a small organizer to start, then when you feel you need a larger area, then move on.