Organize Your Life Carnival #19

Because of the Christmas holidays, I completely forgot about the Organize Your Life blog carnival, so it is WAY late! It’s time to play catch up now. Enjoy all of the articles on how to organize your life.

Welcome to the January 7,2008 edition of organize your life.

David presents Make A New Year’s Resolution To Get Organized – A Step By Step Guide. posted at My Two Dollars.


Veteran Military Wife presents Put Your Received Christmas Cards to Good Use posted at Life Lessons of a Military Wife, saying, “Have a plan for those Christmas cards, and make someone happy!”

Tea Party Girl presents You Don’t Have To Be Unprepared for Unexpected Hospitality posted at Tea Party Girl, saying, “Hopefully the title of this post speaks for itself!”

Rebecca presents How to organize your kitchen (once and for all!) posted at The Experimental Kitchen.

Bonnie Krueger presents How Does Abundance Thinking Help Get Rid Of Your Debt? posted at Student Loan Consolidation.


Madeleine Begun Kane presents That Errant List posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog, saying, “humor”

Pat B. Doyle presents How We Can Find Healing in Nature posted at Barton Pond Feng Shui.

SJ Yee presents 7 Motivational Quotes To Start Your Day, Everyday! posted at Personal Development for the Book Smart.

Alex Blackwell presents The Two Things We Want Most posted at The Next 45 Years.

Steve Pavlina presents Career Transitions posted at Steve Pavlina’s Personal Development Blog.

Ralph Jean-Paul presents Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “Start sticking to those New Year’s Resolutions by learning what resolutions really are, why resolutions don’t work and how to follow through on them.”

David B. Bohl presents Information Overload and Personal Development posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “Feeling innundated with today’s explosion of information and the corresponding choices available to you?”

Jose DeJesus MD presents Select Mutual Funds with Lower Turnover- Your Money posted at Physician Entrepreneur.

Jose DeJesus MD presents Avoid These Mutual Funds – Be Like Goldilocks posted at Physician Entrepreneur.


Woody Maxim presents Do you lack focus? posted at Woody Maxim.

Richard Lee presents The PDF Black Hole posted at Richard Lee.

Peter25 presents More Productive With a Better Environment posted at Small Business, saying, “Everyone wants to be productive but not everyone lives in a productive environment. You know you live in a productive environment if everything that surrounds you helps you achieve your goals so you can become who you desire to be.”

FitBuff presents Work Un-Appreciation Day posted at’s Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog, saying, “Do you feel unappreciated at work? If so, be careful. According to this study, you could be at increased risk of heart trouble…”


Warren Wong presents How To Start A Successful Blog posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Tips on how to start a successful blog and what it takes to succeed.”

Todd Goldfarb presents 11 Simple Ways to Improve Your Memory posted at We The Change, saying, “Wonderful techniques for increasing memory…and great ways to keep your thoughts organized!”

Super Saver presents Doing Routine Home Maintenance In The Fall And Winter posted at My Wealth Builder, saying, “I’m going to begin spring cleaning activites earlier, by starting in the late fall and winter.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of organize your life using our carnival submission form.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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    • Alex Blackwell

      Thank you for inlcuding my article in your carnival. I have Stumbled the carnival so others may enjoy it, too.

    • Julie

      You’re welcome Alex and thanks for the stumble! My blog loves those. :D

    • charlie

      these articles rock. recently, i wanted to organize my wallet, and figure out what to do with all my gift cards and all my stinkin’ reward points. Everytime i go somewhere, i can’t find the gift card or know what i have, or even how much i have. i used google stumble and i stumbled upon a site called and they keep track of all the gift cards and reward cards for free. it’s pretty rad. thanks for all the advice

    • Julie

      Hey Charlie, they are great articles! There are some amazing bloggers on this list.

      I’ll have to check out that website you mentioned. It sounds interesting. Thanks!