Plan Your Way To An Epic Road Trip!

When was the last time you went on a road trip? Chances are the answer is probably pretty recent. Thanks to the pandemic and restrictions on travel the road trip seems to be the new big vacation. I know this from experience, because we recently took a road trip to one of our amazing nationalContinue reading “Plan Your Way To An Epic Road Trip!”

Getting Organized for Summer with Kids Redux

Summer is officially in full swing, and we are finally starting to come out of our pandemic fog. But let’s be honest, things may not quite feel completely the same as summers past. Whatever summer has on tap for us, it is still a good time to get organized for the warmer months ahead. ThisContinue reading “Getting Organized for Summer with Kids Redux”

Sorting, Organizing, and Filing Your Paper Piles

Part two of our series to help you dig out of your paper mountain. Recently on the Organized Priorities blog, I talked about doing a paper sort to start to get some of your paper piles under control. If you want to catch up you can check out that post by clicking here. At theContinue reading “Sorting, Organizing, and Filing Your Paper Piles”

Everything I Learned About Organizing I Learned From Star Wars

Let’s face it, with all the movies and shows in the Star Wars Universe there are lots of lessons that can be learned from them. But what can Star Wars teach you about organization? There is Always Hope “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope.” A professional organizer may not be Obi-Wan, but whenContinue reading “Everything I Learned About Organizing I Learned From Star Wars”

How To Start Tackling Your Paper Piles

Paper clutter is a problem for many of us! There is a constant inflow of mail – the mail you need and the junk mail. There are papers that come home from school with kids, and papers that come home from activities. Then there are recipes that you wrote down or tore out of aContinue reading “How To Start Tackling Your Paper Piles”

Beyond Your Traditional Filing Cabinet

Earlier this month in one of my posts, I asked a question, “is it time to break up with your filing cabinet?” If you haven’t already read it, click here to access that post. It gives examples of the ways that you can organize papers so they’re easy to find and stored neatly. The postContinue reading “Beyond Your Traditional Filing Cabinet”