Monday, January 12, 2009
Papers related to tasks we need to do often get placed in folders (with appropriate labels) in a desktop file (like this or this), or they get placed in a tickler file. But if neither of those options appeals to you, maybe you'd like these task clips. You can also get clips with timing (now, tomorrow, this week, someday) or importance (urgent, important, trivial, can wait).
Another option would be these clips from Decor Craft Inc.
And then there are these action organizing clips from Mateo Ilasco; the company also has number organizing clips. [via Apartment Therapy]
Or maybe you'd rather organize by days of the week, with these clips from SuzyJack. [via Apartment Therapy]
You could also use the Pendaflex PileSmart binder label clips to add your own action items, priorities, or due dates. [widely available; photo from this online office supply store]
And, of course, it would be easy enough to make your own customized clips, using basic binder clips and either a label maker or a paint pen. [via Lifehacker]
Note: I've just heard from the Los Angeles Organizing Awards I'm a finalist in the category of best organizing web site/blog. Thank you to everyone who voted for me. I'll be attending the awards ceremony on January 30, where the winner will be announced.