Welcome to the July 28, 2007 edition of organize your life.
The Free Geek presents How to: Make Your USB Drive into a Digital Swiss Army Knife posted at The Free Geek.
Lodewijk van den Broek presents Why Backlogs Suck Big Time! posted at How to be an Original, saying, “Both categories apply. A post about different kinds of backlogs and how they originate. And about how to get rid of them of course.”
Meredith Mathews presents Letting go of memory clutter. posted at Lemonade Stand, saying, “Many have a weakness for clutter that involves the sentiment of objects, where you find yourself struggling to let go of trinkets and souvenirs merely for how seeing, touching and holding them reminds you of my past, places you’ve been, and people you’ve loved and lost.”
Warren Wong presents Why Not To Drive posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “These days, everyone expect you to have a car as soon as you can afford one. However, that can be a very costly decision!”
Trent presents Financial Paperwork Bankruptcy: Should It Be Done And If So, How? posted at The Simple Dollar.
Meredith Mathews presents Fun Facts n’ Stats on Storage & Organization! posted at Lemonade Stand, saying, “The National Association of Professional Organizers claims that Americans spend 55 minutes a day looking for things they know they own but can’t find.”
Kay presents Project: building a shoe-storage bench posted at frugalux, saying, “It only took a few days of work to build a bench that eliminates shoe clutter and gives us a comfortable place to relax, as well.”
Host Bee presents Busy Bee Lifestyle – Inspiring ideas for entertaining, shopping, decorating and more! posted at Busy Bee Lifestyle.
edithyeung presents How to Clean Out Your “Closet”, and Make Space for More Good posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..
Craig Harper presents You’re Not the Boss of Me. posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “What happens in my life affects me… but doesn’t define me. My choices will define me… because that’s what I’ve decided.”
Barbara Swafford presents Observationmountain.com » Organizing Your Office With Color posted at www.Observationmountain.com, saying, “Great way to set up your office to find things easier”
GP presents INNside Innkeeping in Montana: Inn The ZoneInnside Innkeeping in Montana posted at Fish Creek House – INNside Innkeeping, saying, “Having a game plan and being organized was key to starting and running our bed and breakfast”
FitBuff presents FitBuff.com’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog » Blog Archive » 5 Tips to Empty Your Inbox and Keep It That Way posted at FitBuff.com’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “An empty email inbox provides an almost zen-like state of calmness–no pressing messages, no advertisements for a bigger penis, and no month-old newsletters that you haven’t had a chance to read yet. Unfortunately, very few people ever see the bottom of their virtual box for long, if at all. You will be surprised at just how effective this simple technique can be at reducing stress and clearing your mind for more important tasks.”
Raj presents Ergonomics For Computer Users And Medical Transcriptionists | MT Herald Dot Com posted at MT Herald Dot Com.
Kelby Carr presents Tame Your Paper Mess posted at Tiki RSS feed for the wiki pages, saying, “Do you find you are buried under piles and piles of paper each week? There are so many sources of paper these days like advertising flyers, catalogs, school papers –they can all add up to a big pile quickly. With these tips you can dig a hole in your paper pile.”
Larry Russell presents Summary Table of Traditional IRA and Roth IRA Tax Rules posted at THE SKILLED INVESTOR Blog, saying, “For your convenience, the table provided summarizes 2007 rules for traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. The table has a left-hand column of questions and 12 columns of information. Read the first four questions in the first four rows to determine which of the twelve columns would apply to you. Be careful to distinguish between the rules about whether you can make a contribution and whether an allowable contribution is tax deductible.”
Samir Bharadwaj presents Bits of Paper and Other Calendaring Software posted at SamirBharadwaj.com, saying, “While I finally didn’t find an Open Source calendaring application that fit my specific needs, I did find many good candidates along the way.”
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