Time Tamer Tuesday – 5 Steps to Time Management at the Office

Time Management, The Illusive Goal Wouldn’t it be nice to know that time management was actually possible? Do you wish you could get more done at the office? Unfortunately, despite all attempts otherwise, none of us can manage Time; that is the reality.  It continues to tick away – 24 hours in each day, 60 minutes in each hour and…

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The Organized Home Office: 3 Key Ingredients

So you’ve decided to work from home – congratulations!  Chances are you’re going to love working in your jeans and t-shirt, without a commute and with the flexibility that a home office provides.  It takes some work, however, to ensure your work space is functional, productive, has all the tools you need and  is available to you when you need…

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Keep Small Business Organized: 5 Strategies

Is Your Small Business Organized? We live in a changing world where small businesses must stay nimble of foot and focused on their goals.  Sometimes those imperatives seem to contradict each other.  How can we stay flexible, nimble and organized as a small business while staying focused on goals and strategies for business growth. Its probably easier than you think….

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What to Know Before you Work at Home

In a recent article “What to know when you are work from home” in The Post, the author has identified staying focused, security of your work and maintaining a social and professional connections and key components of a successful workspace.  While these are very important, I would add a fourth key element of protecting your workspace. When setting up a…

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Honouring your Filing Preference

We recently moved.  Not far, mind you; but just far enough to require a truck, a moving company, many boxes and complete upheaval of our orderly lives. You’d think a professional organizer could handle her own move with ease.  Suffice it to say, I’m as normal and human as the next person when it comes to sorting, purging and packing…

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