We all want to be more organized, but sadly, on most days it is easier said than done. The good news is that the right tools can make the job easier! One of these tools is your handy-dandy bullet journal!
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I know that I am not alone when I try to search for something on my computer and have to scroll through about a million random bits of screenshots and gifs in my downloads folder.
Just like other areas in our houses, the computer is something that needs constant organizing and vigilance.
Our computers hold all sorts of digital resources that we utilize both at work and in our personal lives. From family photos to financial records, the data we store on our hard drives can be very important. But, if your computer’s files are cluttered and disorganized, it can be difficult to find the file you need when you actually need it.
Here are some hints for tidying up the resources you keep on your computer.
Christmas can be such a lovely time. . .in theory.
To be honest, I work really, really hard to make Christmas special for my family.
But, between church, and work, and school concerts, it is all too easy to lose the spark.
I’m closing in on my fifth year of this working mom adventure. Some things are getting easier, and some things never really will.
However, I’ve found that there are some things that have really worked to keep stress (and work) from taking over my holidays.
We know that Organization will eventually make our lives easier–once we get past the actual, you know, organizing part. But, do you realize that being more organized can save us not only time but also money?
We all want to be able to organize our schedules and maintain them on a day-to-day basis, but how? Creating a workable schedule is typically time-consuming and often results in a frustrating battle with our calendars.
Read on to see how organization saves you time and money:
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