A home office is the ideal spot for a family planner. Six weeks’ worth of squares in a variety of shades can accommodate several schedules. The entire wall is also coated with chalkboard paint for memos.
Every once in a while, there comes a time in a person’s life where they undergo changes. This may seem like a no-brainer, but bear with me. I’m not one for change, not dramatic change anyway. Changes for me are subtle…except obviously high school graduation because that’s one of the largest changes a person can go through in their lifetime. Recently, though, it’s all just been a large change. I used to have clutter all over the place, and now I’ve cleaned out my attic, basement, and storage unit. I’ve also cleaned my room, which was probably the most cluttered room in the house. Sure, there are still some odds and ends that need wrapped up, but I took care of all the major stuff. In addition, I am currently completing an internship with two college blogging sites, and my area magazine. I’ve got so many things for my portfolio, it stuns me. I’m hoping at this rate, things will keep going on the up and up. I’m trying to see if I can get a job in Las Vegas. They don’t get severe weather out there, plus it’s always warm…for the most part anyway. They don’t have snow, and the housing is cheap with excellent perks. All in all, you can’t beat it. This organizing will hopefully get me to that goal.
I spent $110 and saved the same amount. I think I may have a problem.
I’m a student blogger for both eCampus.com and Our Campus Market blog. Over the last several weeks, I’ve completed quite a few posts, and I wanted to share them with you all! Below are the links to the posts. Like them? Share with your friends! Also, if you have any tips, let me know via my ask box! Thanks!
guys we made it, we are in a multifandom post
Whether you use email for work and for your private life, these ten tips will help you to manage it in an effective manner.
- Never use email for urgent matters. It is more effective a phone call or talk in person.
- Write your emails as if you read them without knowing anything.…
“Life, eventually, succumbs to chaos. Worms await us all. But the Container Store’s tidy, colorful aisles suggest that we can, at least for a time, triumph over the messy inevitable.”
(Source: See Jane Work)