1. Write Things Down I am an advocate in writing things down. Sticky notes tend to be my best friend as I can’t remember everything. I have them in my car, office, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen. Trying to remember is pointless as our minds are filled with too many to do things. It doesn’t matter if you use paper and pen, or an app on your phone, whatever fits your lifestyle to help you stay organized is important as long as you’re writing things down. 2. A Home for Everythin
Effectively managing your ADD Symptoms can seem like an unmanageable task. It is easy to become overwhelmed with numerous unfinished projects, lack of the ability to pay attention and the inability to stay organized. Owning a business and ADD Running a business and keeping it organized and structured can be difficult when you feel that you are being pulled in multiple directions with way too many items on your To Do List. Meeting deadlines can seem impossible and the number o
What to do with purged books? People have a tendency to hang onto books 📚 because they don’t know what to do with them. People also want their books going to a good cause and having a place to easily drop them off. So on my To-Do list was to research if there are any local book-drop boxes to donate books 📚.
Well today was a GOD day!!
While shopping I happened to see 2 different Book- Drop Boxes in different shopping centers. That was crazy!! I happened to be in the right
A gift shows an expression that we care, kindness or heartfelt gratitude. Gifting aims to build relationships and nurture happiness in life. But what are you to do when you get a gift that you don't need, want or love? None of us have tons of space for things we do not need or want. "It was a gift" excuse seems to be why so many people hang onto stuff and a cause for excess clutter. If you don’t like the gift accept the love and joy the gift giver intended to come with the gi