Computer Recycling

| January 25, 2009

Yesterday at work, we had our first ever Personal Computer Recycling Day as Get Organized Month. The director of Asset Management, two people from Integrated Desktop Services and I were as we took computers, printers, cell phones, and assorted stuff. Everyone who came looked happy and relieved to find a place to get rid of […]

The Danger of Chronic Disorganization

| January 18, 2009

This weekend, a Houston couple died in a house fire. The firefighters had difficulty maneuvering through the house because of boxes stacked knee-deep throughout the home. According to the Houston Chronicle, the boxes were filled with family mementos and had been around the home for years. Apparently this is not an unusual story. Another professional […]

The Princess, The Auntie and the Wedding Planner

| January 15, 2009

I’ve been busy this week. I debuted as a expert, and I will have a column twice a month as The Organized Auntie. Also, Breanne Potter, one of my Twitter friends, asked me to write a guest post in thembtiblog about how wedding planners can use the Myers-Briggs assessment to work better with their […]

Organizing Tools for the Recession

| January 12, 2009

I held my annual Organizing Expo last week at work. In addition to my regular slate of office supply vendors, I had a “recession” table to show off items you can re-purpose into organizing tools. The most popular item on the recession table was the tissue box I used as a plastic bag holder. Everyone […]