Google Inbox, Gmail, and Your Time

Google Inbox and Gmail offer two different venues for accessing and managing your e-mail. So, how do you choose which one to use? If you’re already a Gmail user, why would you switch? We did some searching on-line and collected some information 

Unpacking Your Travel Lessons to Find Time

You probably have a list to help you pack for your trips, but what about when you’re unpacking? How do you organize that part of your trip?  Or do you even think about being organized at that point? My VA traveled to Ireland recently, and when we talked about it, I encouraged her to do her 

Brainstorming with a Twist to Find Energy and Time

Brainstorming is a very effective tool for loosening up your energy and thinking when you’re stuck. It also helps you access creative, and sometimes unexpected, ideas. Today we’ll explore ways that brainstorming can also be a vehicle for turning negative thinking on its head. When you use brainstorming this way, you fundamentally and powerfully transform…

Paperless Organization to De-Clutter and Find Time

Going paperless is becoming more and more the norm in our digital and increasingly cloud-based world. The advantages of storing information in a digital format are many. You save space – and that, for many businesses, translates directly into saving money.

Kanbanote Plus Evernote for Finding Time!

Kanbanote looks to be an interesting web-based app that lets you arrange notes in Evernote into clear, actionable lists. The advantage with Kanbanote is that it enables you to rearrange items you’ve added to Evernote in new 

Gmail-Use Your Address to Clean Clutter and Find Time!

Gmail is full of add-ons, tricks and tweaks to help you get and stay organized … and find more time. From Labels to Labs to Filters, Gmail offers all sorts of ways to customize your e-mail experience so that you see what’s most important to you and/or what you most need to see.  It’s all in how…

Filing Tip – How to Organize in (Literally) No Time!

Filing is an activity that often falls to the bottom of our priority list – especially when time is short. Do you agree? You know it’s important, but it’s seldom something that you actually get to.  (And then by the time you do get to it, the papers have piled so high that the task is…