- Paying bills
- Planning a party or event
- Homework assignments
- Filling out your child’s school forms
At Dream Dinners, you can pre-assemble delicious meals. They have all of the ingredients, instructions, and proportions ready for you to prepare. You package everything up, take it home to the freezer, and pull out your desired meal when you’re ready to cook it. You can pre-assemble every dinner for the next two weeks, or simply store a couple for days when you don’t feel like cooking.
Each month, the menu changes to 14 new recipes, so you don’t have to eat the same meals each week. You simply read over the menu, choose how many servings of each meal you will need, pick a location to prepare your order, and head over when you are available. In just an hour or so, you will have all of your meals put together and ready to take home. It’s also a fun activity to enjoy with your spouse or kids- the people are friendly, the employees are helpful, and food is out to sample.
You’ll love it for:
• Busy families- you can make a section for each member of the family
• Business owners
• Every profession- architects, event planners, graphic designers, bakers, etc.
• Taking notes in a meeting
• Planning a wedding
• Students- college, high school
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- Can repeat recurring events (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly)
- Snooze button to remind you in a few minutes
- Birthday reminders
- Remembering important tasks
- Notifying you twenty minutes before your favorite shows air on TV
- Positive messages to keep you uplifted during the day
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Though this room was intended to be a home office, there were piles of paper and assorted household items on every surface in this space. The room had no clear, defined purpose and wasn’t being used for anything other than storage.
We sorted through the items in this space to determine what the client really felt was important in his life. Together, we purged the items that were unnecessary and kept what would add value. The client painted and picked out furniture according to suggestions we made. All furniture that was to go back into the space needed to have a defined purpose.
Upon completion of the furniture and décor selection, we were able to come back into the space and set up an appropriate paper management system. The client now has a way to process paper and a place to store it.
Underwood explained, “He has stuff come in and I’m like, ‘This is not going out fast enough. If you bring stuff in, stuff needs to go out. Do we need this shirt? It’s got a giant stain on the sleeve. Are we gonna wear this again?’”
These are the same logical questions that we try to ask ourselves when purging our closets, garages, offices, and homes. Do I really need five staplers? Am I actually going to wear this old shirt again?
We were surprised that Underwood confessed her husband’s hoarding secret, but we’re also glad that she did! It’s important to remember that we all struggle with bringing too much clutter into the home. Just try to remember logical questioning when deciding what should leave the house.
Do you have a disorganized spouse or roommate? What are your strategies to sharing space (and clutter)?
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Very illuminating going over my weekly review checklist and realizing that the parts of the work I dread doing are the things I don’t have systems and structure for… I can see already that this is going to be a big help, and wish I’d gotten started sooner! I’m feeling optimistic, and looking forward to solving the problem(s) and getting my time more focused on the patient work I love to do!Dr. Deborah E., ND
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For large, time-consuming tasks, break them down into smaller sub-tasks and spread them out over the day or week.
When organizing your paper files, avoid labels like “miscellaneous” and “random.” You’ll encounter difficulties finding them later.
Create a mobile file system to transfer documents safely between your car and office.
When downloading an image or file, make sure to save it in a specific folder rather than to your desktop.
Set rules in your email to automatically filter messages, saving you time and keeping your inbox organized.
To reduce digital clutter, unsubscribe to email newsletters you don’t read.
Create a set of email policies for your small business so everyone’s on the same page when it comes to writing and sending emails.
Never plan every minute of your day – add buffer time to your day for the unexpected tasks that pop up.
Use unexpected free time wisely – while waiting in line or sitting in traffic, have a list of things you can do then.
When organizing your office, imagine a semi‐circle around you when you sit at your desk. Place the supplies you use most often inside this space so they will always be within reach when needed.