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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. 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.
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. How to Organize Medical Information
Dealing with everyday paperwork is challenging enough; trying to keep tabs on medical papers can be even harder. The solution is to create a healthcare binder. Not only is it simple - it's smart. Being an organized, engaged patient puts you in control. Better results all around will be the outcome.
4. What Causes Clutter?
Have you tried to declutter and been frustrated by your lack of progress? In order to be truly successful at clearing and controlling clutter, it's important to know why you have it to begin with. Discover the root cause (or causes) of your clutter and watch your clutter disappear!
5. Managing Paper Clutter
The daily mail doesn't need to overwhelm you. If you process the stuff that comes in each day, you can keep clutter at bay and stay on top of bills, invitations, and other paperwork. Here's how to take control.
6. Organized Bill Paying
Paying bills may never be fun, but the process doesn't need to be a painful one. Getting organized can make it easier to keep on top of bills, pay them on time, and keep your sanity.
7. Creating a Personal Mission Statement : Getting Started
A personal mission statement is a great tool for helping you clarify what really matters to you, how you want to live, and what actions you can take to focus on your priorities and shape the life you want. For ideas and tips on creating your own mission statement, read on.
8. 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.
9. 10 Clutter-Free Gift Ideas
Living--and giving--clutter-free doesn't mean being a Scrooge. Here are 10 ideas for fun, creative, unusual holiday gifts (many of them budget-friendly!) that won't wind up in the back of a closet.
10. 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.
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