Not all projects and causes of disorganization are the same, some simple and part of the everyday and others, well bigger and more emotional. In today’s Tuesday tip, Melissa shares insights and wisdom on the importance of being gentle and compassionate with yourself as you go through the organizing process.
In today’s Tuesday tip, continuing in her series on planners, Sara discusses the Self Journal and it’s many benefits in using to identify & meet your short-term and long-term goals, set intentions and create your daily plan. BestSelf Co. offers a pdf version. Give it a try!
If you’ve been following along, let’s finish up with Day 15 through turkey day where we will be together, sharing a meal, grateful for all that we have and relaxing with our family and friends. Hopefully, these tips have given you an idea and whether followed in whole or just a few, they should have […]
Continuing with Step 3 of my Simply Rich Living series, I chose to write out and share five habits I practice ritually, because people in my life – including organizing clients – are always asking me how I’m able to live as minimalist on my beloved sailboat. Step 1: De-clutter. Step 2: Identify and Acknowledge […]
For those of you who have a lot of art supplies for yourself and/or your kids, here are some ideas on how to organize them. Keep in mind who will be accessing them and if the storage is easy to utilize. Remember that the more steps there are like removing the bin, then opening/closing bins […]
In today’s Tuesday tip, Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer discusses photo storage boxes. In this video she shares the pros and cons for the different options available and offers some tips so that your photos are safe and protected for generations to come. Other links: University Products Hollinger Metal […]
I admit it, I’m a fan of reading memoirs about positive changes in people’s lives. Whether it’s about weight loss, finding themselves again after a major life downfall, or decluttering, I love reading about their process and how they motivated themselves to move forward. It’s usually never a linear progress, but more often one step […]
In today’s Tuesday tip, Sara Valverde, Living Peace Professional Organizer highlights some of the things you can do with a bullet journal and shows us a few of her own pages that help to keep her organized and on track with her goals. Some useful links to get started with your own bullet journal: Bullet […]
Have you ever experienced the frustration of not knowing anything about a photo because no one took the time to jot down a date or a name? Photos lose their value and significance if no one recognizes the person, place, or time captured in the image. This is where metadata comes in. What is Metadata […]
What’s for Dinner? Dinnertime comes every day, so how is it that we get caught off guard so often? Having a strategy is important because the alternatives like fast food restaurants or frozen meals aren’t always the healthiest of choices. Just like you plan for other activities at home and at work, we need to […]