Organizing @ Work: Do You Know Where Your To-Do List Is?

| June 15, 2014

As a professional organizer, I’ve seen a variety to-do lists. There has been the multiple notepad system, the task list function on email, the nest of numerous sticky notes, the list lost somewhere in a stack on their desk, and my personal favorite – their memory. First, it’s good to have some sort of to-do […]

Need an Organizing Tool? 3-D Print It!

| November 2, 2013

I first heard of 3-D printing during a webinar about The Future of Work. During the webinar, they showed a video about how they were testing 3-D printers and “living” ink to create an ear prosthetic. Very cool stuff for a geeky, sci-fi chick like myself. I work with clinicians and scientists who are always […]

Guest Post: I Love Technology!

| February 14, 2011

On Valentine’s Day last year, my husband took me to a Big Box store. He led me to the laptop section, and said, “Pick out a netbook you like.” I love that man! You see, I’m a geek and a professional organizer, and I love a useful techie gadget, whether it’s something I can log in to or just touch. So, allow me to sing the praises of the techie things I love…

Organizing Product Review: Noteshelf

| February 3, 2011

Noteshelf is an app for your iPad that allows you to handwrite notes. You can choose from blank paper, wide or narrow ruled paper, graph paper or the old school yellow notebook. To write, you can use your finger but it’s best to use a rubber-tipped stylus.

Product Review: Dropbox

| January 12, 2011

One of the doctors at work recommended using Dropbox on my new iPad. I’ve been using it for a couple of weeks, and I’m in love with it. What it is: Dropbox securely lets you store files on their servers (think of those commercials for the “cloud”), and you can access your files on any computer and your iPad. They give you 2GB for free…