While you all read this, I’m out in the back having a couple of drinks and enjoying the party. My little brother graduated last night and I’m pretty darn proud of him. He’ll be going to Purdue University and is going to be in the All-American Marching Band. That boy has talent, and as I said, I’m pretty proud. Please excuse the short post, as I tried to make sure I had as much finished and pre-written as possible and published. Lots of cleaning, organizing, and oh, furniture receiving to do this past week.
During the apartment suite clean up, I bought a couple of really awesome pencil/marker/pen organizers for me. The picture below is what happens when I get in an organizing mood and decide that I’m going to feel that acrylic display so that my pencils and markers are organized by color and shade. Sadly… this is only a small amount of what I actually own when it comes to the handy art utensils that I love so much. But I think you get the idea.
Count those Raindrops!
I found this article incredibly motivating. I am most certainly someone who is guilty of this, as right now my desk area looks like a bomb went off with no warning. I’m hoping that my week long organization project helps in this so that not only are my future guests next weekend happy, but I’m happy too.
Written by Anne Gideon, Professional Organizer
Tired of those piles of paper, missed appointments and lost documents?
Well, you need to ‘Just Get Organized’ once and for all.
When it comes to paper, the saying “Out of sight, out of mind” is the fear of some people. The opposite is just as true “Insight, in mind”. Clear the clutter and eliminate the distractions. Working with a cluttered desk can lead to procrastination, important calls being missed, bills going unpaid, vital records misplaced and mostly, distract you from the things that matter most to you. Some studies suggest that as much as 1½ hours per day can be wasted because of a messy desk – YIKES !!…………What would you rather do with that extra time?
Have items you use everyday within arms reach of your desk chair. Less frequently used items or papers can be filed and stored away in file…
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