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Priorities are your life. They are your current circumstances. They are not something to be poked with a stick from afar but something to be faced head on and strategically. Prioritizing is the engine that propels you to your goals. So how can you make your next move your best move?
What if your new year's resolution to get organized led to big bucks? It could happen -and Antiques Roadshow may be just the ticket.
If your house seems cluttered, ask yourself if you have too much stuff or do you just need to put stuff away. Establish a routine to do so.
Every item in your life should have its own home so that you know exactly where it is when you need it. When you're done using an item, put it back in it's home to avoid the headache of having to search for it later. Remember, there's no such thing as organized chaos, only chaos.
I hope these small pieces of advice will make your first week, if not your whole semester easier. Give them a try and if you wish send me a note or leave a comment about how these suggestions are working.
When you are disorganized and you can't find what you need when you need it, you lose energy, time and money. Disorganization also lowers your confidence in yourself. Bottom line: It's not worth it.
After that, since the closet had been completely reorganized, the bedroom also brightened up a bit. Stacey centered the bed
Something I resolved to do differently in the new year actually worked. Here are five ways to manage re-entry after a vacation.
You probably dread the idea of sitting down and going through your inbox. Maybe there's stuff in there that you're trying to avoid. Or maybe the whole task is just too daunting.