Focusing on a few key ares in your home, tackling wardrobe organization, managing your paper (and paper clutter), meal planning, travel organization and getting organized at work are the 7 key to getting your life organized: How to Get Your Life Organized. http://goo.gl/WSHLAJ #organizing #organization
I’ve been putting this one off for a while: time to clear out the pantry. My goals are to use up the canned beans I’ve had in there for 6+ months, organize the grains because I have tons (okay, maybe 6) small bags with a little bit of grain left in each one, and um, CLEAN. I haven’t dusted back there since I moved in 1.5 years ago. Yikes….
This week I am packing for a trip. I’m actually not going on the trip until later in the month, but looking at my calendar, I realized I’m not going to have any other time to do this. WHile this involves a lot of laundry, sorting and folding of my clothing, my main concern is paring everything down so I can fly with only a carry-on bag. Here is a guide from travel writer Johnna Kaplan on just how to do this: How to Travel with Just One Carry-on Bag…
You don’t need to run out and buy a bunch of over priced organizing products to get your spaces organized. What you need are basic workhorses—most of which you probably already own—to get your home organized and to maintain your organization: 6 Products To Help Organize Your Home. http://goo.gl/WkzzRI #organizing #organization
If you’re short on time or just lazy (or like me, both), it always makes sense to focus your limited energies onto projects that have dual benefits: menu planning, organizing your junk drawer. A great example is organizing your credit card bills. Not only are you saving yourself time each month by setting up automatic payments, you have a great opportunity to negotiate a lower APR on each account….