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Time Management and Organization

Time Management and Organization

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Now you're ready to begin. Start in one corner of your entry or at one end of your table and work your way
around. Make a decision on each item as you pick it up. Ask yourself the following questions:
Do I (or others in the household) use this?
Is it a decorative item that is beautiful or loved?
Is it a treasured memento?
Is it a piece of paper I must act on or keep for legal or tax purposes?
If you answer no to all these questions, your solution is simple: get rid of it. If you answer yes, you need to
decide where the item should be stored and how. Review the organizing rules and put those simple concepts into
play. After you've done this a few times, you'll find it easier to make quick decisions.
If you're organizing your cluttered entry, perhaps you need to hang some hooks for backpacks, jackets, and
keys. Add an attractive wicker tray for mail. Try a small wipe-off board for quick notes to family members.

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