Fri, 30 October 2015
Organize 365 072 - Three new products to help you organize your paper
In making the 31 days of paper organization video series I noticed that there were a few products that did not exist that I needed. So I created them!
Read the full post here: http://organize365.com/
#1 Paper Organizing Clips.
My new paper organizing clips will keep your piles of papers to be shredded, papers to be filed, and papers to be recycled separated.
Order the clips here: http://etsy.me/1McSvRe
#2 Color-Coded ONE Clips
When I made the paper organizing clips, I got the idea to make cute little color-coded kids on clips for your refrigerators.
Order the clips here: http://etsy.me/1GufwNh
#3 to Shred or NOT to Shred FREE printable
One of the most commonly asked questions I get about paper organization is when can I shred an item? This new free printable answers that question.
Get your FREE printable here: http://bit.ly/1H5cNV3
Fri, 16 October 2015
This holiday season for me is all about simplifying and strategically making memories with my tweens.
I have tried to do it all and it doesn’t work. I have given up on the idea that the whole family will decorate the house. They don’t. It’s only me, and I have lost too many decorating days to inward “poor me” thoughts.
This year, I am taking a “day off” from work, cranking the tunes and decorating by myself. If I can’t put it up in ONE day- I’m donating it.
I want to be PRESENT for the activities I plan instead of just checking another thing off my list.
Read all about my holiday preparations and links to all 10 posts here: http://organize365.com/organizing-your-holiday-celebrations/
Fri, 9 October 2015
1 in 10 Americans are on an antidepressant. Here is my story about my experience with depression and how I counsel clients to get organized when they are depressed.