Tips from a Former Information Junkie

Tips from a Former Information Junkie

There is so much information available to help in our businesses and lives, and it comes from everywhere! You might have notes from meetings and courses, there are news sites and blogs to keep up with, and I don't need to tell you about your email inbox and social media feeds.

When you think you need to save a document or article for future reference, you need to ask these important questions...

VIDEO: Sorting Paper Piles quick tip

This week I have made my very first quick tip video to share with you.

Even the most organised among us will probably have a little pile of papers that we haven't figured out what to do with yet. So here are 3 questions you can ask yourself to help sort through that pile.

I would really love to hear from you, in the comments below or over on Facebook.

If this tip helped you clear some paper or you would like to see more videos from me in the future, please let me know!

Making filing paperwork easier

Making filing paperwork easier

Let's face it, most people hate filing. It's boring. 
But more than that, one of the common getting stuck points is those documents that don't really fit into any category that you have set up. Sometimes this results in piles of miscellaneous papers or you just put off the filing all together.. And the piles grow.

So how can we avoid this and make filing easier?

To-Do Lists - Part 2: Pen & Paper

To-Do Lists - Part 2: Pen & Paper

This week I want to look at the types of lists you can keep, more specifically the paper based methods. 

There's plenty of technology around that can be used for tasks and just as much talk about "going paperless". But I find just as many people are still more comfortable writing with pen and paper. It's usually quicker, and some say that you think differently when you write the "old fashioned way". 

To-Do Lists - Part 1: What Makes A Good One?

To-Do Lists - Part 1: What Makes A Good One?

We're all busy, with information and demands coming at us constantly. It's impossible to effectively manage all this stuff in your head, and whether you're a paper person or a gadget person, it pays to be a list person.

Some people only need a single to-do list but what if it gets too long? Or you write it on scraps of paper and keep losing them? Or you don't have it with you when you need it?