Clear Out Office Clutter To Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Clear Out Office Clutter To Reduce Stress and Anxiety

I suspect some of you don’t need a study to convince you, but it has been confirmed: clutter causes stress.  And, as the article “The Unbearable Heaviness of Clutter” author, Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi, points out, “Procrastination is closely tied to...
Organizing Tax Information in 4 Easy Steps

Organizing Tax Information in 4 Easy Steps

  Organizing tax information does not have to be stressful or chaotic. Start separating out the information you know you will need to file your taxes this year.   Tax statements and reports from employers, charities, financial institutions and investment...
Setting Goals for the New Year to Boost Productivity

Setting Goals for the New Year to Boost Productivity

‘Tis the season to talk resolutions, but I would rather skip the resolution talk and focus on goals.   Studies show that one is  1.2 to 1.4 times more likely to accomplish a goal that they have vividly described in writing.  Furthermore, the...
Easy Ways to Handle Holiday Retail Communications

Easy Ways to Handle Holiday Retail Communications

We talk a lot about processing email on this blog.  For all its benefits, electronic communication can become overwhelming.  I believe the past two weeks represent the greatest opportunity to effectively manage your inbox so as not to drown in well-meaning retailer...
How to Take Care of Your Memories without Creating Clutter

How to Take Care of Your Memories without Creating Clutter

Take Care of Your Memories According to the Psychiatry.org, “People with hoarding disorder excessively save items that others may view as worthless. They have difficulty getting rid of possessions, leading to clutter.  The clutter then disrupts their ability to use...
Two Minutes To Greater Productivity

Two Minutes To Greater Productivity

  Just Give me Two Minutes For some of us, there is nothing more satisfying than making a tidy, well thought out to-do list. Well, actually, there IS something more satisfying—marking that to-do as “completed.”   But that list, as helpful as it is, does have...