Category: organization


Lost Wallet? What to Do and How to Prevent Identity Theft

Although I’ve never lost my wallet nor had my identity stolen (knock on wood), it has happened to a very good friend of mine. And when it did, her identity was hijacked and was being used within 3 hours of her purse being stolen! Time is of the essence if your wallet or purse goes […]


What Do You Use As A Wallet?

I remember growing up that my Dad had a wallet the size of Texas stuffed in his back pocket. I think every receipt from everything he had ever bought was being stored in there, along with a plethora of credit cards, work ID’s, insurance cards, business cards, and pictures of us kids. His back must […]


Using Evernote To Declutter My Life.

This is a post that originally appeared on one of my other sites, Simple. Organized. Life. . I cannot believe I have not used this product before last week. Wow, just wow. If you have never heard of Evernote, you are going to want to investigate it very soon. Basically, it’s a free (there is […]


5 Ways To Start Decluttering Your Life & Home.

Although I wrote part of this post over 2 years ago, the techniques still stand for how to get started in cleaning up and eliminating clutter in your home. I am a big believer that decluttering can make you feel better and ease a lot of stress in your life, but that might be because […]


Getting Rid Of Your Stuff Even Though You Already Spent The Money.

Since it seems as though I am the “guru” of organization in my family (not just my immediate family, but the whole thing!), a lot of times when I offer advice to people about clearing out their junk I hear “But I paid so much for it, how could I get rid of it!“. Unfortunately, […]

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