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Organizing & Trying To Feel Less Stressful

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

I got a little bit of the clothes done for my soon to be upcoming church consignment sales last night. I was so busy with other things (schooling, cleaning, cooking, responding to email inquiries, etc.) that it took that long before I could get to it. emoticon

Today I'm going to work on my presentation for Friday's event and later take my daughter to book club.

I'm getting my recipes organized a little better so that my "go-to" recipes are easy to find. I am putting them all in notebooks with dividers and even covering the ones that I use frequently with those page protector sheets so they don't get messed up when I'm cooking with the notebook open.

I'm trying to use up some of the stockpiled items I have and it's slowly getting used up some.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MUFFINSKI 3/3/2013 7:59PM

    You know, it was mostly about starting up a business, but they did pass on a few useful tips. I got some great paper filing and organizing suggestions that I've incorporated into my life!

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KISSFAN1 3/3/2013 6:42PM

    Carolyn - I love to organize too but haven't taken a class on it though. I bet you could teach me a thing or two!

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KISSFAN1 3/3/2013 6:41PM

    CNGMYBX - You're welcome!

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MUFFINSKI 2/27/2013 12:01PM

    I love to organize things. I even took classes last year to become a professional organizer. It's fun for me, but not for the rest of my family, so it sometimes feels like constantly going up hill!


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CNGMYBX 2/27/2013 10:38AM

  I just realized that I could print out my spark recipe book into a notebook. Thank you for the idea. It is much easier than having to log on each time.

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