Sunday, June 1, 2008

June 2008 Organizing Tips and More

metal bucket with picture of dragonfly

My June newsletter is now available.

Tip of the Month: Decluttering and Organizing Aren't One-Time Projects

Product of the Month: Buckets from polkadots & moonbeams

Selling Your Stuff Suggestion of the Month: Ex-Boyfriend Jewelry

Also included: Quotes of the Month, Statistic of the Month

6 comments:

Michele said...

Love your article on how life changes. I've been slowly coming to that realization myself.

Jeri Dansky said...

Michele, I'm glad to know that resonated with you!

Julie Bestry said...

Fabulous newsletter, as always, and what a great option for selling jewelry. I've got my own tangible BEBAWGs (Bad Ex-Boyfriend's Apologies With Gifts)...in fact, there are some little blue Tiffany-boxed BEBAWGs for which I should find a new home! Thanks for the great idea!

Anonymous said...

Jeri -

If you are a home exerciser, you may just love forum.videofitness.com.

I've been a part of it for 12 years, prior to the incarnation of their curent message board. It is a GREAT place.

Thanks for your blog!

SueBK said...

I have to agree with the technology comment. Although it seems like a big job, I've set myself a goal to scan in all our past bills (and misc other paperwork) to PDF files; and then to scan bills as they arrive.
I pay most things on line and have started saving my receipts as PDF. I figure electronically I can put each year on a single CD. At the moment the hard copies a) don't get filed and b) if they do they take up a lot of physical room I'd rather use for something else. Come tax time its a lot easier to search for information electronically than physically.
I also have a nifty little alarm program on the puter that I can attach files to. Set the alarm for the day before the due date and it'll open the file and say "PAY THIS" :-)

Jeri Dansky said...

Julie, glad to help! Thanks for letting me know the newsletter was useful.

SueBK, I've got some substantial scanning projects of my own on the not-too-distant horizon.