Transitioning from paper to digital information is a good way to go paperless, but also to be able to access your files from anywhere in the world and share them with other people. Here are the few steps you should be taking if you’re considering going paperless as well as a few tips to organise the digital information so you can find it when you need it.
A few years ago, the editor of one of the publications I used to write a monthly blog post for asked me how, as a busy entrepreneur, I was finding time to consistently write for them and share my expertise with other publications while working one-on-one with my clients. I found it was an interesting question considering 3 years before I had almost turned down their offer to write for them because of time constraints. Here’s how I’ve made it work.
How many of your child’s water bottles, or caps, or toys, have never made their way back home from school? How many times has your child called you from school, asking you to urgently bring her the homework, or PE kit, she had forgotten at home? Well, probably too many times!! This blog post highlights a few systems and habits you can help your child build upon over the years to make her more organised and independent.
Technology has undoubtedly made our lives easier – instant connection to family and friends, easier access to information, remote working and learning, etc. But if we’re not mindful about how much information we bring into our digital world, if we don’t set up some systems and block the time to deal with it, it can also make our lives terribly complicated, costing us time to retrieve the information we need. And although digital clutter might not be visible, it can leave us completely overwhelmed as much as physical clutter does. Here are a few tips to help you conquer your digital clutter.
Many of us will be traveling this summer after no or limited travel for the last 2.5 years so a bit of planning will be needed. I’ve personally taken this opportunity to update my pre-travel checklist i.e., the list of things I do before leaving for a trip. I’m happy to share it with you here.
On March 30th, my mum was diagnosed with acute leukaemia. On April 4th, she passed. On March 31st, I flew to France to be by her side for what would turn out to be her last 5 days. On April 17th, I flew back to Singapore to be by my son’s side and support him through his final IB exams. Although it is still raw and excruciatingly painful, I thought I would share how my organising skills have helped in this situation.
Welcome to Get Organised & Beyond organisation tips blog!
Written by Professional Organiser Nathalie Ricaud, this blog is the place for you to find plenty of tips on decluttering, home organisation, kids' organisation, paper management and time management to help you make your life a little more organised! Happy reading and organising!