We recently welcomed Lisa K. Woodruff, Springer alumni parent, to present a parent program on organizing the paper clutter at home. The paperless environment doesn’t seem to have happened yet!
Lisa is the author of “How ADHD Affects Home Organization” and the owner of Organize 365. During the program “Taming the Clutter,” Lisa shared her tips on how to manage the various types of paper that come into our homes, ranging from the vital to the trivial. Did you know that we spend an average of 55 minutes per day looking for stuff? Eighty percent of what is in our file cabinet at home we don’t need!
Here are some pointers from Lisa for the 20 percent of documents in our file cabinet that are important.
Buy four large binders and plastic page protectors and use them as follows:
Visit Lisa’s website for free podcasts with more helpful tips on managing our time and daily obligations.
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