Part 1 of the series “Manage Your Money Just Enough”: When it comes to a simple filing system, having a system in place — any system — lets you handle paper and information as soon as it comes in.
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This mental shift changed the way I approach my goals and resolutions.
You’re busy, time is at a premium, someone’s tugging at the hem of your shirt…and sometimes throwing money at a nagging problem is the best way to solve it.
Photo credit: FreeDigitalPhotos.net It’s all well and good to manage your money. But there is such a thing as being too organized. For some, precision provides comfort, but for others (like me) it leads to overwhelm and paralysis. Manage Your Money Just Enough is a series about organizing and simplifying your financial life. The goal is to […]
Let’s talk about money systems. I want to hear about your just-enough-not-too-much approaches to finances.
Discount good until January 26, 2013, unless they run out sooner.
I have five copies of Gretchen Rubin’s fantastic new book, “Happier At Home,” to give away! (Exciting! I haven’t done a giveaway in a long time.)
There are many good books and online services that can help you get organized. But if you’ve tried them without success, consider bringing in a partner — either a friend or a pro.
At Simple Mom, April gives one of the best how-tos I’ve seen for using a tickler/working file in conjunction with your calendar/to-do list.
Bethany’s amazing list of clothespin uses is like the Energizer Bunny: it keeps going and going (but without the God-awful cymbals). AND the “bag of clothespins as baby shower gift” is a pretty great hack in and of itself. Brava, Bethany!