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How to Be the Most Organized Person in the World (Infographic)

How to Be the Most Organized Person in the World (Infographic)

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Ask Unclutterer: Organizing electronic accessories and conquering Mount Techmore Reader Katie submitted the following to Ask Unclutterer: How do you handle tech clutter? I have an underbed storage box full of old wires, chargers, manuals and remote controls I’ve never used. Natural Remedies for ADD and ADHD - Natalie Jill What would you do if you went to your doctor complaining of not being able to concentrate on tasks or focus on work or even reading a story? What if you mentioned that you were also experiencing anxiety, inattention, memory issues, restlessness and sleep problems, and they diagnosed you with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)? I mean, you’re a grown-up! That diagnosis is for little kids, right?!

ISS Expedition Webcasts presented by NASA Endeavor To participate, you need to be connected through 1) an internet browser; and 2) a telephone (or through the computer's audio-VOiP) at the same time. Select a webcast below to register: * All times Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) ** Registration closes 3 days before the session. NASA boasts a strong presence on the International Space Station (ISS) as Mission Specialists conduct vital research and work with developing technologies that will impact life in space and on Earth.

Premier League clubs spent £115m on agent fees; Chelsea forking out £16.77m alone [Full List] The Premier League have released official figures for the amount of money spent on agents between October 2013 and September 2014. The figure sits at £115,202,886m, an increase on the £96,673,080m recorded the previous year. Chelsea sit at the top of the pile, forking out a quite ridiculous £16,771,328, while Liverpool spent £14m and Man City doled out £12m. Manchester United handed over £7,975,556 to people including super agent Jorge Mendes and Arsenal negotiated admirably, getting squeezed for £4,293,407. You can see the full list of agents fees spent by clubs below.

Ask Unclutterer: Organizing and uncluttering strategies for people with ADHD and visual processors Reader Shannon submitted the following to Ask Unclutterer: Do you have any tips for people with ADHD that go beyond the stuff you see or hear all the time in other publications? Work is pretty okay except for the whole “getting started” part, but my home is the tough area. Be Intentional Challenge #26 - Free Weekly Planner Download To Manage All Areas of Life We are now on day #26 of our Be Intentional Challenges! We hope it has been wonderful, productive and life-changing so far. And if you don’t know what we are talking about….. read our original post HERE with the links to the previous 25 challenges! I have to be honest, this next challenge is one of my favorites. I am now a planner.

Tim Fredrick's ELA Teaching Wiki / FrontPage Visit my ELA Teaching Blog at E-mail me with questions at How I use portfolios in my classroom Introducing portfolios What makes an entrepreneur – luck or skill? The grand vision and the great idea are overrated, it is the execution that counts here is a saying that it is better to be lucky than good, but is this true for entrepreneurs? I am interested in a related question: why do some entrepreneurs have only one big success and many failures while others succeed again and again? Over my career I have worked for and admired various entrepreneurs. Some have enjoyed a significant success but have never really been able to repeat it, while others have demonstrated an apparent “magic touch”: if they were made penniless tomorrow they would amass another million within a year. In some ways, of course, there is no substitute for luck, whether in business or any other walk of life.

Get Your Home Clean and Organized This Weekend I started going through my house room by room. I have a 3 bedroom house with a 2 car garage. The garage went first so that I could make room for the crap I needed to get rid of. When I started on a room, I picked a corner and worked in a clockwise manner around the room. If I found an item that didn't belong in that room, it got put into the proper room, but not put away until I cleaned that room. When I filled a box of things to get rid of, the box went to the newly cleaned garage.

ShopSmart mag: Best sites and apps One of the best parts of my job is researching all the cool shopping sites and apps we feature in ShopSmart. I try out all of them and some stick as personal faves. This year it was really tough to choose the best sites and apps, as well as our top shopping tips, for our January issue. Leadership Lessons: Ten Ideas to Take into 2012 To kick off 2012, I wanted to take a minute to reflect on what I have learned about leadership and being a principal. I am always learning; however, here are the key lessons that I want to remember and apply to this year. Not in any particular order, here are the ways I hope to become a great leader and great principal. 1. Communication Is King, Communication Is Key I can't say it enough, or in enough ways; that is my motto.

The 4-Step Plan to Never Procrastinate Again Ever known you should do something right now, but you can't muster the will to get started? You know the longer you put off a task, the more likely it'll be done hastily (sloppy work, #sorryboutit) or not get done at all (oops, another skipped workout!). Many of us have been there. Having a task looming over us can make us feel anxious, nervous, or agitated, and in the interest of gaining immediate rewards, we procrastinate in order to feel good in the present. When we put off today what we can do tomorrow, we’re setting an intention based on the idea that a task will be more appealing or feel more do-able at some time in the future than it is right now.

How To Get Organized: Printables & Checklists To Help You Get Started There's a good way to figure out how to get organized -- use printables and checklists to keep you on track. Each person, family and home is unique so lists will only get you so far, but they are a great way to get started, to reference when you need ideas, and to get you back on track if you start to get disorganized. The printables and checklists I've provided will also help you brainstorm ideas for how to use various spaces in your home, and where to store certain items to get the most use out of the space you've got. Many of these printables can be combined into one book, called a "household notebook," which I suggest you personalize to fit your family's routines, schedules, wants and needs. It can be a working manual to keep your house organized and your family life on track.