You’ll love it for:
• Showcasing trip photos in the living room
• Storing kids’ photos in their rooms
• Organizing photos by ocasion
Available at: our Amazon store
You can also try these larger photo boxes, which contain six compartments. They stack and store easily, so you can display them on coffee tables or in home offices.
You’ll love it for:
• Organizing your bills, taxes
• Maintaining expenses for your small business
• Uploading on the go (the mobile scanner weighs less than a pound)
• Managing your expenses paperless
Available at: our Amazon store
The result is a remarkable holiday storage space that is easy to use! Because the shelving and containers are consistent, and the items used most frequently are in the appropriate locations, finding exactly what the client needs is much easier! We have given the client a map of the space so that if another family member needs to access a specific bin, they will know exactly where the bin is located. The holiday storage space is so much more functional!
This couple moved into their condo just a few weeks before they called us to come in. They were moving from one condo to another, but wanted us to design the closet space to be organized and functional before they moved in all their clothes. During the consultation, we took measurements of their space, took inventory of their clothes, and discussed what their goals were for this new space.
We designed a custom closet solution to fit all of their specific needs. We took into account each of their personal interests and designed a solution that incorporated this gear, along with their everyday work and casual clothes. We also gave them space to store their out of season clothes, such as winter and summer.
They now have a closet that is functional and beautiful. The closet looks great and we know that they will enjoy it for years to come!
View more Before and After photos on our Facebook Fan Page!
1.Electric Kettle: Ever hear the phrase, “A watched pot never boils?” With an electric kettle, your water will boil in half the time. Perfect for busy professionals, the office kitchen or a college student.
I loved your presentation of Email Organizing 101. The presentation was clear and informative, and you offered wonderful tips to make our busy lives easier. I already implemented some of your recommendations, and have no remaining emails at the end of the day in my inbox. Also, you have a great sense of humor, so like everyone else, I truly enjoyed my time there. Time and money well-spent.Jennifer S., Merrill Lynch
IO has changed my whole perspective on being organized. You guys rock.Amy T., Blueflame Heating & Air Conditioning
Innovatively Organized’s Email Mgmt Webinar was great! My inbox is now down to zero for the first time in a long time. I would highly recommend it to any friends or associates!Dan F., Realtor
The one-on-one attention I got from Elizabeth helped me identify problem areas and prioritize changes to become more streamlined and organized. Replacing old habits with new ones is challenging but extremely rewarding! Thanks again, Elizabeth!Eliott P., Event Services Manager
I can’t tell you how accomplished I feel today. Even when someone came to me with an “emergency” project, I noted that on my calendar. I know that I can use that information to help people better schedule time with me to get these projects done.Erin George, Real Change News
Elizabeth swiftly and efficiently demonstrated easy methods to organizing my online clutter. My creative and innovative management style no longer clashes with daily details and extensive reporting requirements. What a relief! With a new, common sense system in place, our non-profit initiative become more productive and so have I!Brian Jaeger
Elizabeth got right down to the critical changes we needed to make to improve our work flow. And we had fun doing it!Sheree C., Paralegal, Office Max
I am able to accomplish more, in less time. When I work in my home office, I’m not distracted by piles of paper all around me. I am able to proudly show off my work space now!Angela Shen
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
You definitely demonstrated what you do best – being organized! It was very apparent that you’ve gone through training and certification and truly know your business.Jeanette H., BPW
When organizing your paper files, avoid labels like “miscellaneous” and “random.” You’ll encounter difficulties finding them later.
Set rules in your email to automatically filter messages, saving you time and keeping your inbox organized.
Use unexpected free time wisely – while waiting in line or sitting in traffic, have a list of things you can do then.
Just because your email comes to your phone, you don’t need to respond immediately. Schedule specific times to check email.
Never plan every minute of your day – add buffer time to your day for the unexpected tasks that pop up.
To reduce digital clutter, unsubscribe to email newsletters you don’t read.
Start prioritizing your tasks to ensure you spend your time and energy doing what is important.
When someone gives you a business card, make notes on the back to jog your memory later. Notes might include when you met, what you discussed, potential relationship, etc.
When downloading an image or file, make sure to save it in a specific folder rather than to your desktop.
If you can respond to an email in 2 minutes or less, tackle it now.