Organizing, Time Management Tips
Organizing, time management tips should include time for actions that easily fit into your daily, weekly and monthly schedule. These actions, or small gestures, require vry little time and have BIG benefits to you and others. Time management is:
- Learned behavior.
- A set of functional skills.
- Practiced routines that becomes a habits.
29 ways to be generous with your time
Organizing, time management tips include ways to fit generosity into your routines that are useful for improving self esteem, building positive relationships, and being a good role model for others. For instance, next time you go grocery shopping don’t forget to pick up some dark chocolate. Since you are likely to shop for groceries at least once a week or more, adding this particular item will only take an additional 2-3 minutes. You can manage 2-3 extra minutes at least once a month so that you can use today’s organizing, time management tip which is to leave a piece of chocolate on your partner’s pillow. Why would your San Diego Professional Organizer and Time Management Coach include this tip? Read this article: Some of the benefits of dark chocolate.
Organizing, time management tips and chocolate are perfect partners! First, there is the benefit of taking the time to do something kind for someone you care about. Then there are the benefits to one’s health as the previously mentioned article highlights. As a final note I am compelled to give those of you a way to use the tip if you don’t have a partner or significant other to use this with. Organizing, time management tips are for self nurturing, too. That means that if you are like me and live along, you can leave a piece of chocolate on your pillow! How sweet that you can take the time to indulge yourself.
October 18, 2011At Outside In Organizer and Makeovers the approach that is used is always benefit-oriented. Will it save me time? Save me money? Reduce my stress level? Allow me to feel more in control? More focused? Only you can decide what your reason for organizing is, then let the Professional Organizer step in and make suggestions. ... Read more
October 17, 2011There is a wealth of information out there to help you with your desire to be organized. Remember that organizing isn’t something that you do, and then never have to do again! Here are some important ideas to keep in mind: 1. Before you organize, let go of what you no longer need or use. This will save you ... Read more
October 13, 2011I like to remind my female clients that before anything happens with organizing your wardrobe you need to start with the essentials. That’s right: supportive, well-fitting undergarments. They don’t have to be matronly or boring either. Check out this new Spanx product: http://www.realsimple.com/beauty-fashion/shoes-accessories/lingerie-hosiery/patterned-tights-00100000067878/index.html?xid=df-10-13-2011 Benefits of wearing the essentials? Confidence: Your clothes will fit better and enhance your image. Money ... Read more
October 8, 2011Men and women need to take stock of how their wardrobe is working for them. Here are some of the reasons and benefits for why clients want to organize their wardrobes: “I have nothing to wear.” It’s unlikely that you have nothing to wear but one of the benefits of organizing is to find items you ... Read more
October 8, 2011Outside In Organizer & Makeovers suggest these initial steps for successful organizing: Step One: Identify your goal(s)…why do you want to organize your wardrobe? Step Two: What and who will you need to get this done in the most efficient manner? Step Three: Schedule adequate and uninterrupted time so that you can focus and enjoy the process. Read more
October 5, 2011At Outside In Organizer I’ve talked about how organizing is a process. That means that it is dynamic and ongoing, not something that you do and then you’re done. One of the many benefits of organizing is that you can apply new ideas and make changes rather than get stuck in a system of doing things ... Read more
October 4, 2011Outside In Organizer takes the approach that getting things in order makes one feel calmer and more focused internally. Preparing for an emergency or disaster is not fail-proof but there are logical precautions that just make sense. Wouldn’t you feel better if you and your family took those precautions? For instance, make sure that if you ... Read more
October 3, 2011One of the most rewarding aspects of organizing is letting go of items you no longer need, that might be useful to others. As part of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) in San Diego I am collecting shoes for a nonprofit, Soles4Souls. Help us collect new and used shoes during our Shoe Drive on ... Read more
October 2, 2011Things to think about BEFORE an emergency: 1. DOCUMENTS, RECORDS: Do you safely store important documents? What about important phone numbers, account numbers, passwords, medical records and so on? Do you have a current household inventory with accompanying receipts? 2. SAFETY MEASURES: Do you have a supply of flashlights, fresh batteries, candles, lighters, bottled water, foods that ... Read more
September 20, 2011Do you have photos or momentos that you keep stored in the house or garage? If they mean something to you and when you look at them, they make you feel happy, then by all means get them out of hiding. I love these easy gift ideas that help my clients feel more organized. Check out these clean, simple and ... Read more