I was recently introduced to a new concept by two of my favorite time management gurus, Harold Taylor & David Allen. We are all familiar with “policies” as related to the corporate, insurance and retail sectors. However, David and Harold both propose that individuals should have their own personal policies and time policies to help guide . . . → Read More: What is YOUR Policy?
If you have ever attended one of my presentations on paper management, you have heard me speak about Catalog Choice, a free service that allows you to opt out of catalogs, coupons, credit card offers, phone books, circulars and more. Well, they have now added a new feature called Mail Stop. All you have to do . . . → Read More: A Good Thing Gets Better
Returning guest blogger Jill Hively, owner of Order Up Organizing in Apex, NC.
A cookbook collection can start in many ways: from hand-me-down books belonging to family members to a desire to eat better/lose weight/use the kitchen to a crush on a certain cute Australian TV chef. Whatever the motivation behind your collection, it is important to keep . . . → Read More: Eliminate Cookbook Clutter
Do you consider this clutter?
One of the many things I have learned over the past 4 years working as a Professional Organizer is that every individual has their own definition of clutter and organized. One person’s categorized piles is another’s clutter nightmare. This is what led to my tagline, “Unique solutions for an organized you.” . . . → Read More: What is Clutter?
Yesterday, while at lunch with a new friend, I noticed as she pulled out her keys how cluttered her key ring was! Yes, I know I am a bit over-the-top when it comes to organization and clutter, but this key chain was clutter at its best (or should I say worst). She actually commented on it . . . → Read More: Key Ring Bling