Archive for 'Organizing Your Office'

Smart Ways to Control Paper Clutter

woman-deskHas your desk or kitchen table become buried under folders, papers and unopened mail? Do you ever feel stressed because you can’t find important papers when you need them? It’s okay.You’re not alone.  

The average person spends 150 hours per year looking for documents – that’s almost one month.

Think back to when we first brought computers into our homes. We […]

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Time Saving Secrets of Successful Realtors: How to get it FREE

Time Saving SecretsYou may have noticed that I haven’t been posting blogs lately. That’s because I’ve been busy working on my latest book. I’m thrilled to announce that my new Kindle book, Time Saving Secrets of a Successful Realtors, is now available on Amazon. But here’s the really good news for you…

The eBook is free starting TODAY, June 11, and […]

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The Alarming Cost of Clutter (and what you can do about it)

I often see people putting off hiring a professional organizer because they feel it’s too expensive. If you can relate, you are not alone. But if you calculate the real costs of clutter in your home or office, you’ll discover that it costs more to remain disorganized – much more. Consider this…

Clutter costs you time: 

If your […]

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Don’t Wait Until Your Computer Crashes.

Those of you who subscribe to my monthly ezine will recognize this tip from last month’s issue:

Out with the old, in with the new:

Is your out-dated office equipment slowing you down? Maybe it’s time to upgrade or replace it. Or, have you replaced your equipment but kept the old laptop or printer ‘just in case’? Take back your space and give your office a fresh start by letting […]

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Getting Control of Email

Addicted to the internet? Constantly checking your email? Challenge yourself to disconnect for just half a day. See if you can work yourself up to a full day, then an entire weekend. Impossible? Look to novelist James Sturm for inspiration; he went four months without the internet because he felt his addiction was a constant distraction, lowering his productivity level and deteriorating his relationships.

When I ask clients what their […]

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