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3 Steps to Organized Files

Hi friends! I hope y’all had a mah-valous weekend.  Mine consisted of lots of organizing, which feels amazing in the end, but throughout the process you start to think you’d much rather just throw everything away than deal with sorting it all. (Ya feel me?) After organizing our coat closet though, I really can’t quit!Read more

Organizing the Most Thorough Home Office Filing System

Hi friends! I hope y’all had a mah-valous weekend. Mine consisted of lots of organizing, which feels amazing in the end, but throughout the process you start to think you’d much rather just throw everything away than deal with sorting it all. (Ya feel me?) After organizing our coat closet though, I really can’t quit!Read more

As you organize to file your taxes, it's also the perfect time to tackle overflowing desk drawers and paperwork pile ups. But how do you know what to keep safe and what to get rid of? Well here’s some helpful hints for when it’s time to keep it or shred it.

As you organize to file your taxes, it's also the perfect time to tackle overflowing desk drawers and paperwork pile ups. But how do you know what to keep safe and what to get rid of? Well here’s some helpful hints for when it’s time to keep it or shred it.

Family File Categories - Organizing all of those family files can be daunting. This filing system can be completed in 5 simple steps and will make organizing a breeze!

Family File Organization

Family File Categories - Organizing all of those family files can be daunting. This filing system can be completed in 5 simple steps and will make organizing a breeze!

I’m going to assume that you’ve read my previous post about backing up your digital devices and are therefore safe in the knowledge that, should you suddenly drop your phone in the toilet, you haven’t lost all your photos and contacts. But not everything is digital these days, so what do you do with the other stuff? There are certain documents that you should always keep a copy of — birth certs, marriage certs, wills, contracts, title deeds, passports, warranties, tax receipts, etc. — so…

Protect Your Important Documents

I’m going to assume that you’ve read my previous post about backing up your digital devices and are therefore safe in the knowledge that, should you suddenly drop your phone in the toilet, you haven’t lost all your photos and contacts. But not everything is digital these days, so what do you do with the other stuff? There are certain documents that you should always keep a copy of — birth certs, marriage certs, wills, contracts, title deeds, passports, warranties, tax receipts, etc. — so…

For our countertop.  Bills, random "I'll file this later" papers, catalogs, appointments, etc.

For our countertop. Bills, random "I'll file this later" papers, catalogs, appointments, etc.

Printable sheet of how long you need to keep important documents, organize and declutter your home office!

Banish Paper Piles Forever

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