Monthly Archives: January 2013

calling all teachers!

Teachers have unique organizing challenges in that they must keep up with paperwork generated by the municipality they work for, all of their students’ paperwork, communication with parents, communication with administration and keeping a classroom moving fluidly. In addition, they … Continue reading

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Quote: Be Decisive

“Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.” – Napoleon Bonaparte As Get Organized Month comes to an end, move an organizing project forward. Think, plan, then have at it. If you … Continue reading

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losing focus

I bet you think professional organizers are always on top of their game, organizing spaces and making the most of their time. That usually describes my professional life and, most of the time, my personal life, too. The last few … Continue reading

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Clean Up Your Computer

As Get Organized Month comes to an end, consider your computer. While you might not have considered organizing your computer, you could be more productive if you were able to find what you need, electronically, without searching. How many emails … Continue reading

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Get Organized Month 2013

It’s January, which means it’s Get Organized Month, sponsored by the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). During GO Month NAPO professional organizers members help individuals and businesses bring time management, organization, storage solutions and productivity into their lives.I was … Continue reading

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