Everyone should have a working filing system, whether it is a plastic bin, accordion folder or a filing cabinet. The National Association of Professional Organizers, Southeast Michigan Chapter (NAPO-MI) wants to share some insight on organizing your papers.
1. Keep it simple. A file system should be easy for you use.
February 10, 2011
“Balance” is a self-care buzzword these days. We’re told that everybody needs it, and if you don’t have it, you’d better get it! Like many buzzwords, though, balance is an appealing concept that is relatively simple to define but difficult to achieve.
The National Association of Professional Organizers in Michigan will host a program about time management on Thursday, February 17, 2011. The program will feature Julie Subotky, author of a new book, Consider It Done: Accomplish 228 of Life’s Trickiest Tasks (Crown) which will be on bookstore shelves this month. Ms. Subotky founded her business (also named Consider It Done) as a lifestyle management and personal concierge service more than a decade ago. Her client list now includes many high profile celebrities as well as corporate clients.
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