A few months ago a friend of mine showed me her neat (and super cute, I might add) new find called the Internet Journal where she can keep track of all of her favorite Internet sites. She found hers at a local store and when she went back to find me one they were all gone! I wondered if I would ever see one in the stores--it seemed like a long shot. Imagine my surprise when I opened up my second issue of Organize magazine yesterday (I LOVE this magazine!!!) and found the very same Internet Journal in the "Neat Things We Like" section. It's only $8.95 (not bad, huh?) at Paperstyle.com. I couldn't find a picture of the inside on this site but there's one in Organize magazine (pg. 18). The pages are alphabetically organized and have places to write the website, description, username, password, and notes. Just remember to keep it stored in a safe place if you use it for anything other than shopping. Happy shopping!
I work out of a home office without any administrative support. I worked with Melissa to organize both my personal and professional effects as I prepared to relocate. I wish I had done it years ago. While organizing my office and paperwork Melissa identified my natural tendencies and created an organizational structure that was easy for me to maintain. When I began looking for a personal organizer, I mostly wanted someone else to come in and take care of the mess I had allowed to build up over the years. Working with an “uninterested” party during the purging process helped me lighten my load considerably. During the process Melissa provided me with simple intuitive skills that have not only allowed me to maintain my newly found order but help friends and family organize as well. I can honestly say hiring Melissa is one of the best things I have ever done for myself. Kelsi Reeves