Several months ago, a coworker turned me onto this amazing app called Workflowy. It’s basically a collapsible bulleted list, and its simplicity is what makes it beautiful. Take a look at 3 of my favorite features!
It’s that time of year. I spent hours (okay minutes) searching for the perfect pumpkin design, carefully drawing it onto my hand-selected gourd, and painstakingly carving out the fine details. I was happy with the finished design and set it on display – inside, of course, because I’d carved it a few weeks in advance of Halloween.
I know the clearance aisles of Target home organization are beckoning…but you’ll have to ignore those siren songs if you’re going to get your organizational systems up and running.
Okay, that’s not true. The best part about Costco is their good prices. The next best thing about Costco is their giant, forgiving parking spaces.
You don't need to buy more stuff to be more organized. There's one Pampered Chef gadget that really blows my mind.
I like to think of good organization as a set of systems that run in the background of your life. Like breathing or blinking, once your organizational systems are up and running they should take fairly little effort to maintain and benefit you every day. Here are some systems I employ that keep things running … Continue reading Systems
In my family, we call organizing “playing Tetris.” There’s this sort of neurotic fun that comes from making everything fit just so. You can “play Tetris” with anything, whether it’s a busy Monday schedule with hundreds of small things that need to get done, or packing a cooler for a road trip with maximum efficiency.
Organization is great. It can make your life simpler and more efficient, and in doing so free up your time and money to pursue things you want to do.