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Category Archives: Psychology of Organizing
Once upon a time there was a beautiful bird that flew far away from home. She ventured into an area of the world that was colder than she’d previously known, and found a big pile of steamy dung into which … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my last post, I’ll be blogging every other Friday now, rather than each Friday, as I’m writing two books and want to put more time into completing them sooner rather than later. The one book I’m creating … Continue reading
Continuing from last week’s post; more ideas in regard to organizing a safe environment: If you or your family members have difficulty walking or are disabled, consider paving the walkway from street to door – so it’s wheelchair accessible as well … Continue reading
From time-to-time it’s wise to review how you’re organizing to create safety in life. On my last blog post I talked about organizing your important papers and placing them in a fire-flood proof safe that is positioned on one of … Continue reading
Continuing from last week’s post about organizing your important papers… Ask yourself: what else comes to mind that’s vital or important to have stored in a safe place if a fire or flood occurs? This leads to the next question: … Continue reading