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Here are the top ten articles for the Organization Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Decluttering - The Truth About Your Stuff
"Every possession is a responsibility." These few words say so much, and offer useful guidance to help determine what things deserve a space in your home and your life. Hereīs how to tap into the power of this wisdom.
2. Creating a Tickler File
Sure, a tickler file sounds odd (feathers? Elmo?), but itīs really an effective and easy-to-use tool for keeping track of papers and To Doīs. Read on for instructions on setting one up.
3. WhoMi Color-Coded Weekly Planner Review
Itīs time to start planning for 2008! This article series will offer reviews of a series of planners, both paper and electronic, to help you make the smartest choice. First up: a colorful and clever option from WhoMi.
4. Creating a Personal Mission Statement : Goals, Values, and Priorities
Once youīve written a personal mission statement, itīs time to put it to work for you! Hereīs how to make sure your mission statement reflects your goals, values, and priorities, and some simple ways to put it into practice.
5. How To Declutter Your Mind
Have you ever found yourself struggling to remember everything you have to do? It can be a real challenge! The fix is to get what's 'up there' down on paper so you can clear the clutter and organize the rest. Get ready to declutter your mind with this two step process.
6. Organizing Memorabilia : Choosing What to Keep
Overwhelmed by your memorabilia? Use these tips to sort through your photos, letters, and mementos--the first step to getting them organized.
7. Create a Home Management Binder
A home management binder is a quick, simple, and inexpensive way of corralling important info about your house and your family so it's a snap to find when you need it. Here's what to include in your binder and how to put it together.
8. Making Multi-Tasking Work
Multi-tasking often isnīt as effective as it might seem, but sometimes itīs unavoidable. Hereīs why to think twice about it, and how to make it work when itīs a necessity.
9. Projects, Tasks, and Next Action Thinking
Getting your To Do list done can be a challenge when it's full of multi-step projects instead of one-bite actions. Here's how to tell the difference between the two and how to learn the skill of "Next Action" thinking.
10. Smart Packing Tips
Traveling can be great fun. But packing, not so much. It can be a real headache, especially if you are worried about all the fees for checking bags and going overweight. Here are five tips that will have you packing like a pro. And, I promise, it's easier than you think.
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