How to Jog Your Memory

Some people think I’m extra organized because I always enter notes in my iPhone. The truth is that I have the world’s worst memory. I can remember faces, not names, and directions, not addresses. Over the years, I’ve taken a few steps to try to improve my memory or at least fake that I have […]

Are You Controlling Time or is Time Controlling You?

I’ve always wondered how a time management seminar could last two days, so a few weeks ago I went to one. By the end of the first day, I knew I was right…the speaker could have shared all of his information in three hours, not eight. He showed us how we were wasting time — […]

4 Ways to Develop a Home Office Routine

It took me a few years of working from home to figure out that I needed to follow some type of schedule. My schedule is flexible, but for the most part I work out early, take a shower, get dressed and make the 5-second commute to my home office. There are days though, when I […]

5 Organizing Myths Keeping You From Getting Organized

For years, I’ve worked with clients who’ve tried everything to organize their home offices, but then have finally given up. Either they didn’t know where to start or were overwhelmed by the process. They also started to believe the negative comments their family and friends were telling them about getting organized. If you’ve tried to […]