Don't get buried under a pile of books or papers! Try these tips for staying organized
Organization: Books & Papers
Everyone should start and maintain a household logbook. A household logbook and your old owner's manuals are at least as valuable as the items they will help you maintain or repair.Organize Clutter in Your Financial Life
The solution to an unorganized financial life is setting up a good filing system and knowing how long to keep the financial records you put in it. Here's how you can organize that financial clutter.An Organized Life
See how one dollar stretcher uses three-ring binders to keep her life organized and to help hers kids stay organized.
Affordable, Attractive Document Storage
If you have limited space for document storage, you might need to opt for storing it in plain sight. Here are some affordable, yet attractive ideas for storing documents in a living room or family room.Get Organized
Getting organized now and erasing those piles of paper can help to ease the stress of tax time next year. Having all of your documents scanned and filed electronically will make them easy to find and submit. And you'll also have peace of mind knowing that you now have a safe, secure electronic copy of your most important files.How to Arrange Bookshelves
Arranging bookshelves to look like a stylish detail in your home instead of a stuffy library takes a little insight and practice. But it's a valuable skill for home decorators, as almost all homes have shelving of some kind that can benefit from a few design principles to keep from getting the stiff soldier look.How to Easily Organize Your Bills
Easy-to-follow steps that will not only help you to pay your bills on time, but will also help you de-clutter your life.The Great Papers Debate
Here are some tips to help develop a filing system that is easy to use. If your system is too complicated, you won't keep it up. Once you're organized, you will be thrilled with the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have all of your important documents organized and that they are ready any time you need them.Being Organized Can Save You Money
Do you know if the warranty on your dishwasher is still in effect? Have you had something repaired on the car and you think you may have had it replaced last year, but you're not really sure? Taking the time to organize your purchases, warranties, and agreements can save you a lot of money and a lot of aggravation.Organizing Magazine Information Organizing Photos and Negatives Ending the Paperwork Nightmare 3 Simple Filing Guidelines Don't Throw Away Your Identity Recordkeeping Getting Organized With Index Cards The Paper Blizzard Tips to Organize and Simplify Bill Paying Keeping Your Papers Organized 7 Ways to Get Organized on a Budget Decluttering Magazines Conquering The Paper Piles In Your Home Organize Your Holiday Wrap
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