Each task on our to-do list has more needs than simply to be done – it requires some level of physical and mental attention from us. By matching our tasks with our capabilities from one moment to the next means taking strides through our to-do list.
Continue reading Your Tasks have Needs
Here are some products that were at the NAPO conference expo. Just because I don’t plan on creating a review of each product doesn’t mean it’s now worth sharing the options that are out there.
Continue reading Brief Overview of Some Organizing Products
As with all aspects of organizing – there’s a pyramid effect – including when tackling papers. The most common struggle since it’s time and energy consuming to consider each small piece of paper – yet you can reclaim your space and system by creating a broad foundation.
Continue reading Paper Pyramid
Free apps are wonderful, though sometimes it’s important to spend your money in wise ways to get the features that will make your life easier – that’s what all this technology is supposed to be for!
Continue reading My Top Paid App Picks (plus one free app)
Another year at the NAPO conference, where I get to play with new products and come home with tools to test out and see if they work as well as the manufacturers want them to.
Continue reading 4 Products from the NAPO Conference 2013
It can be hard to discover and know how many options there are for traditional filing – since even with the familiar hanging folders there are tons of options. Find out more here.
Continue reading Review: Hanging Folders
One of the most frustrating things about trying to get organized is how there can be many things you need to do before you can get to the detailed organization – “I can’t do ‘x’ until I do ‘y’ which I can’t do until ‘z’ is done.
Continue reading The Pyramid Effect of Getting Organized
Everyone’s seen and knows about accordion folders. It’s easy to take them for granted, they’ve been around “forever” – yet have you considered the pros and cons of them and how those impact your needs?
Continue reading Review: Accordion Folders
In a world where there seems to be a never ending list of more things we need to do, it can be challenging to figure out how to be productive. Yet, how do we define what productive means for us?
Continue reading Productivity
As the years go by and I keep blogging, they add up (I have about 170 posts so far) so here’s a recap to ring in the New Year. Happy 2013 and here’s to being organized in it.
Continue reading 13 Posts in Honor of the Beginning of 2013