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  1. Change the Way You Think and Change Your Life By Dawn Fields
    Dennis is working as a factory worker during the day and a security guard at night. He needs these two incomes in order to stay above water in his bills. He has Wednesday’s off on both jobs and that is the day he gets everything done. Yes, he’s tired all the time, but hey, how else is he expected to make a living.One Wednesday, Dennis attended a seminar giving by motivational speaker, Dawn Fields, and discovered his life purpose is to be a writer. He always liked to write. He was never serious…


  2. Spring Clean Your Life By Frhazda Munir
    Spring is here and its time to sweep away the wintertime blues.Have you been hibernating this winter? Well you’re not the only one. After the mad rush of Christmas and New Year are over, many people (myself included) feel winter forcing us in our house only to leave when necessary. You begin to feel down, gloomy, and lose energy, to name but a few. It's too cold to do anything and if you work all day you don't even see the daylight. It's dark when you leave for work and it is dark w…


  3. Knowing Your Strengths and Weaknesses By Stephanie Frank
    I sat among a pile of papers. Everywhere I looked, I saw more work to do, and the longer I looked at it, the more overwhelmed I became. Finally, I burst into tears. "Why can't I just figure out a system for all of this paper?" I said to myself. Here I was, an intelligent woman, and I could not figure out how to set up a filing system. I felt stupid.Really stupid.So I got up and tried again. And again. And again. Each time I attempted to set up a new system, something wouldn't work, something I…


  4. Spring Cleaning By Gayla Swihart DeHart
    Spring is such a refreshing time- we are filled with the hope and promise of the seasons ahead. The flowers blossom, our spirits lift. This is a great time to make a fresh start, to de-clutter your life, to get back to the simple pleasures.1. Go outside and enjoy the beauty of spring. Not while you are in a rush to get your tasks done- just for the pleasure of looking at the shapes and colors, or smelling the freshness of new grass or the ocean. No agenda, not with your mind racing along filli…


  5. Feng Shui Guidlines for Storage Spaces By Stephanie Roberts
    Professional organizers and helpful-hint sources often recommend storage solutions such as shelves above doors and in corners, hooks on the backs of doors, and peg-board or tools and small appliances. They are masters at maximizing every square inch of a closet with bins, baskets, shelf dividers, and multiple hanging rods. What they don't realize is that, from a feng shui perspective, these techniques can cause as many problems as they solve.For good feng shui, it's important to leave some of …


  6. The Psychology of Being Organized By Terri Emmett
    Individuals who are organized in their personal lives most generally constitute efficient and organized employees in their work environments, succeed in their personal endeavors and are, more often than not, financially secure.Once an organizational state of mind is established, your status of efficiency in all areas of your life will ultimately benefit.There is a profound psychological thread that binds all areas of your existence into one distinctive unit. A messy house trashed with useless…


  7. Creating The Perfect Closet By Ramona Creel
    Your closet is often the first thing you see in the morning, and its condition can determine your mood for the day. There is something about an orderly closet that makes a person feel stylish and in-control. But digging through a cluttered closet, trying to find a matching outfit can dampen even the brightest of spirits. Not a very good way to start the day!WHAT’S IN YOUR CLOSET?The road to organization begins with an honest evaluation of your wardrobe. Is your closet filled with clothes that …


  8. 10 Minute Tricks to Help You Get Organized By Maria Gracia
    Whoever thought you'd be able to get organized in just 10 minutes?! Here are a few simple ideas.1. 10 MINUTE CHORE BOX:Rather than spending hours organizing, and doing it all yourself, create a 10 minute Chore Box for yourself--and one for each family member, if applicable.Each person's box would contain specific chores or tasks that need to be completed. The chores are written on slips of paper, and take a maximum of 10 minutes each to accomplish.You can gear the tasks towards the person's ab…


  9. Fast-Forward to the Year 2010 By Gary Simpson
    Let's do a little bit of "Back to the Future" therapy. Hit the fast-forward button. Let's pretend for a moment that we are now living in the year 2010.One thing will be certain - this article will still be on the world-wide-web. How do I know that? Easy! There are so many documents still "floating" around the web from the year 2000 and earlier. So, there is a high probability that this article will be somewhere on the web in five years time. I'll come back to that later. First, let's think abo…


  10. Organizing Your Day By Sue And Chuck DeFiore
    One of the hardest things for most individuals working from home is to stay focused. One of the best ways to stay focused is organization. In addition, being organized will help your time management skills. The two are very much intertwined. Planning out your day is very important. What you will do in the morning, afternoon/and or evening, depending on what hours you work is paramount. Have a trigger that starts your day. For example, my trigger is I finish my morning walk. Once this is do…


  11. Can You Really Improve Your Organisation Skills By Lorraine Pirihi
    I'm sure most of you have heard of Zig Ziglar International Sales Guru. Well in one of Zig's weekly newsletters, there were a number of comments about the habits of well-organised people which I couldn't resist sharing with you.What are the habits of well-organised people?Can a person be 'taught' skills that will make them organised, or is that a quality you either possess or lack?We asked those questions of our readers and here are some of their responses:"I think that natural abililty has to…


  12. Control Your Children's Clutter!! By Betsy Fein
    Ever feel overwhelmed by all the papers, notices, artwork, and other items your kids bring home from school? Don’t be a pack rat!! We’ll show you how to “Trap the R-A-T” (RETAIN, ACT, THROW)1. School flyers: Nearly every day, your child brings home flyers announcing some school activity, bake sale, field trip, or other such notices. Unfortunately, these notices tend to pile up unless acted upon. As soon as practicable, read the flyers and perform the following R.A.T. exercise. RETAIN: Al…


  13. Environmental Obesity - Time to Get Organized By Judith Kirk
    “Unnecessary possessions are unnecessary burdens. If you have them, you have to take care of them! There is great freedom in simplicity of living. It is those who have enough, but not too much, who are the happiest.” -Peace Pilgrim 1908-1981 (An American teacher and spiritual leader)LOSING THE EXCESSWhile standing in the supermarket checkout line, take a few minutes and peruse the supply of magazines. You will invariably see several articles on how to lose weight fast and easy. These same…


  14. Home Organizing Tips & Gizmos By Ilene Drexler
    Staying organized can be a constant battle. The following organizing tips should help you in various areas of your home, even if you are “organizationally challenged”:• Entryway: To avoid chaos whenever you have to leave the house in a hurry, designate a “place” in the entryway for essentials to be stored (keys, purses, wallets, etc.). This area can be a hanging unit or a hall table….. the trick is to consistently put things in the same place to avoid last minute search missions.• Bathroom: …


  15. Essential Tips for the Kitchen By Alli Ross
    * Cupboards and drawers should contain items that are grouped together.* Store items where you use them. Put your plates near the table, knives near island or cutting counter, glasses near the fridge, and coffee items near the coffee machine.* Clean and organize your fridge and freezer just like you would any other cabinet: grouping like items together. Search for things that are not being used once a week on trash day. If you don’t use it, get rid of it.Seasonally used items are better st…


  16. 10 Tips for a More Organized Morning By Barbara Hemphill
    1. Teach your children to use an alarm clock or clock radio. Nagging is not the way to begin anyone's day!2. Organize your closet for easy access to your clothes. Help your children do the same in a way that works for them.3. Choose clothing and accessories the night before. Steam wrinkled clothes in the shower.4. Pack lunches the night before. Make sandwiches in multiples and freeze.5. Keep quick nutritional breakfast items on hand at all times. Make coffee the night before and put on a timer…


  17. Creative Storage Solutions By Rachel Paxton
    When the things in your home start crowding in around you and you're short on cash, it's time to come up with some creative storage solutions. Don't be afraid to think "out of the box". You're the only one who has to know where everything is stored.- A cedar chest can be used for blanket storage. I don't have enough cupboard space for blankets, and they all fit nicely in the chest. The chest also doubles as a coffee table in the living room. The blankets are easily accessible and can easi…


  18. Organize Your Desk – Live Longer! By Stacy Tabb
    It may seem far-fetched, but by organizing your desk, your bedroom, your kitchen, and all of the spaces where you spend time, you could be adding years to your life. In essence, stress can shorten your life. A hormone called cortisol is released into your body as a reaction to external stress. There are normal levels of cortisol that are needed for daily functioning, but when you add unnecessary stress to your life, these levels become dangerously high, leading to such diseases as Cushing’s sy…


  19. De-Clutter Your Life - Keep the Good, Let Go of the Bad By Mary Kay Aide
    It's Autumn. Everyone is busy. Activities have revved up at work, school, church, etc. It’s easy to fall prey to outside pressures, schedules and responsibilities. You are so busy that you don’t have time to think about what you really want and whether you are getting the satisfaction from what you are doing.Your thoughts might be, “If I can just get through this weekend, then I can focus on next week. Then I can begin thinking about next weekend,etc.” You keep moving, moving, moving witho…


  20. Busy, Busy, Busy Time of the Year By Brenda Hoffman
    As a single mom and full time student myself, I find this to be the busiest time of the year for me. Add onto this the fact that I homeschool my daughter and you'll find that I, like the majority of others that I know, am having a difficult time balancing my family's varying schedules. I would even dare say that 24 hours just doesn't seem to be enough time in a day for me. That is why I'm finding myself having to look at time management. I am trying to shift from complaining about the time tha…


  21. Get Organized -- Every Home Needs An Office By Judith Kirk
    EVERY HOME NEEDS AN OFFICEYes, it is true that every home needs an office to handle the business of running a household. There are bills to pay, health records to maintain, an assortment of receipts, bank and financial statements all with tax implication. There are insurance papers, contracts and frequent flyer accounts along with addresses and telephone numbers. The list goes on and on. It does not matter if you live in an apartment or an old colonial home, there is a need to process paperwor…


  22. Clutter Control By Lorraine Pirihi
    Remember when you charged into the office that first day, all primed to make the new year the best ever. You made a New Year's Resolution that you would definitely get organised to start the coming year with a bang! So what did you do? You cleaned out all the clutter that had accumulated throughout the past year and in some instances, the past decade!And once you had completed this mammoth task, you felt fantastic. The office never looked so good. No more buckling bookcases, overflowing filing…


  23. 5 Steps From Clutter To Control By Karin Syren
    Are you overwhelmed by clutter wherever you turn? Here are 5 practically painless steps to a clean slate.1. Begin by identifying the areas which are most impacting your ability to function effectively. Then place 2 cartons at each offending "station," labeled TOSS & SAVE.2. Each time you walk by, place one item in each - no excuses, one item in each carton.3. When you can no longer place one item in each box, the remainder either gets disposed of all at once or saved and rearranged.4. Now ta…


  24. Declutter Your Home in 11 Easy Steps By Maria Gracia
    Feeling overwhelmed at the thought of organizing your home? Start on a smaller scale instead and it will be a whole lot easier.For example, instead of starting with the entire house, commit to starting with one room.Follow these 11 steps, and you're well on your way to an organized home:1. PICK A ROOM -- ANY ROOM. Decide on what room to start on. Write it at the top of an 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheet of paper. This will be your Action Sheet. Example: BEDROOM A2. CHOOSE AN ENTICING REWARD. Designate a…


  25. How To Organize Your Paperwork By Lorraine Pirihi
    Many people have a huge challenge coping with the incoming paperwork. (Whatever happened to the paperless office?).Paperwork lands on your desk and somehow finds its way into your in-tray. Eventually the in-tray becomes so high it explodes and ends up all over your desktop. That's because you avoided taking action on those messy pieces of paper the moment they arrived. Now you have no option but to sort through the explosion and tidy up the pile or actually do something with the paperwork.It's…






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