Bennie Franklin, America’s 1st Rock Star, has had a profound (to say the very least) effect on the world – To his credit, Read More
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I know many of you have small businesses and are overwhelmed with papers, e-mails, and pending matters.
Most people make piles, the piles get too big, the feelings of overwhelm set in and the cycle continues.
SOLUTION: Start a filing system and use it. If you don’t have these items, please do yourself a favor and give yourself the best gifts money can buy – your sanity. Click on any image to view items or start a cart with Office Depot.
Order a solid file cabinet in a size and depth that works for you. Get a label maker – a visually pleasing file system makes a difference. 3 tab hanging files and manila folders create room for easy to read labels.
Recycle papers you don’t need and SHRED the ones that have your name and address on them. Trust me, those credit card offers you keep saving in fear you’ll never get that offer again will come again next week and the week after! Get organized.
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A friend of mine, Deborah, who works at La Casa de Maria in Montecito, sent this info to me. I’ve always wondered about post-its’ sticky adhesive and whether it’s recyclable. Here’s the answer! Read More
Everyone I’ve ever known has issues with their closets, drawers, files, and supplies.
I have found over the years of working with every kind of space imaginable that there are some inalienable truths.
So it goes, my day generally starts the same way … I get out of bed, get my foil covered on my coffee cup prepared by my sweetheart hubby and then go to my office. Most of the time I am either glued to my computer or … I’m glued to my computer. Read More
January 17, 1706
Sir Benjamin can be thanked for hundreds of the cleverest quotes – here are a few of my favorites:
“Diligence is the mother of good luck.” “A small leak will sink a great ship.”