I thought traditional name cards i.e., in a paper format, were a thing of the past. But then, a couple of months ago, my husband came back from a 3-week business trip with about 100 business cards. So, I thought some tips on name card organisation might still be relevant after all.
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.
I have a love for books, I have always had. One of my dreams as a child was to own a bookshelf full of books that would be mine. My dream quickly came true, but before I knew it, my bookshelf was quite full. I knew I had to set some limits and let go of some of my books to make space for new ones.
This is when I unconsciously developed a decluttering approach that years later would become my staple approach as a professional organiser to help my clients let go. This is how this approach looked for me.
Recipes accumulate quickly – whether we save them out of love for cooking or lack of inspiration, for sentimental or aspirational reasons etc. – and come in various forms. Without a proper recipe organisation system, it might be difficult to lay your hands on them when you need them, or even remember you saved those recipes in the first place. So here are a few tips to help you set up a proper recipe organisation system.
Spending more time at home last year because of Covid-19 gave me the opportunity to tackle a personal organising project that I had been keeping for a later stage in my life when I would have plenty of time in my hands: re-organising old photos albums dating back from the late 1980’s to the early 2000’s before the advance of the digital era into photography.
In a previous post, we explored the 3 main reasons that lead to paper clutter. While having clarity on the cause of the problem is the first step towards solving it, I’ll be sharing in this post the 4 most effective tactics that I use with my clients when organising their paper at home.
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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!