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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Resolve To Get Organized

Most of us make New Year's resolutions that end up being broken, forgotten, and therefore, unresolved by the end of January.  

This is the time to change that. Start with a simple step ~ get a calendar! Buy one, print one, draw one, download one. Just get one. Once you have a calendar, take just 10 minutes to sit down (perhaps with a phone nearby to call for help) and write down birthdays, appointments, trips, science-fair projects, basketball games, dance recitals ~ whatever it is that you know you have coming up this year. A few minutes of organization now will save time later.

Place your calendar somewhere you will see it everyday. If your calendar is on paper, highlight the birthdays in one color, appointments in another color, and games in another. If you are using a digital form, attach a chime or reminder tone to these important dates. Give yourself some kind of reminder to send a birthday card, make a phone call, or get in your car so you don't miss what's on your schedule.

By taking a few minutes to do this now, you will start the year off feeling (and looking) more organized and focused on what's important in your life. Being organized on paper, or digitally, will help you achieve any other resolutions you make right now or in the future.

Organization

4 comments:

  1. I have a calendar! Two actually. A paper one and my blackberry. Gosh I'd be TOTALLY lost without it :)

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  2. Now that IS a good idea. I shall update my electronic one.

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  3. Good advice. I do part of your suggesstions. Birthdays for the year, dr. appointments, and other things I know ahead of time. The calendar is by my desk so it's convenient. Otherwise I'd forget most everything :)

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  4. I agree! Organization is important. I downloaded a calendar to my phone recently and would be lost without it!

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