Category Archives: Paperwork

Should I Be “Spring Cleaning”?

When visiting my grandmother as a child, I frequently heard stories about her cleaning her house every spring wearing her “old” high heels. Her home was located in a valley not far from a local steel mill, so this process mostly involved washing black soot from her walls, furniture, fabrics and floors. The truth is,

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It’s Not About the Piles

Every walk into a room where every surface is clear and think “Wow, he/she sure is organized”?  You might be wrong. Many people think that being organized means having a tidy space, where there is no visible clutter as far as the eye can see. The reality is, how things look frequently has nothing to

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So Much for Paperless

In spite of the arrival of the digital age, everyone faces the daily onslaught of paperwork. Having an effective paper management system is critical for keeping the paper under control.  But what is the best way? First, establish a “hold” zone for all incoming paperwork. Remember, paper arrives from multiple sources. Mail is the obvious

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No More Little Pieces of Paper

Recently I was working with a client, and at the end of the session I suggested we record some “to dos”. She grabbed a scrap of paper to write down what I suggested…and I balked. Little pieces of paper are handy for scribbling a phone message, wrapping up a piece of gum, or tearing into smaller

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