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Product Review: Microsoft OneNote

When I purchased my new laptop earlier this year, I also made the leap to Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007, including Microsoft OneNote 2007, which quickly became my favorite software package and time management program and remains my favorite to this day. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m a list maker. I […]

Microsoft Office for All of Your Holiday Planning

I’m a Microsoft Office geek through and through. I create most of the Life Your Way printables and ebooks in Word and there’s nothing like using an Excel spreadsheet to track your budget or freelance income! So when Microsoft offered me the opportunity to try Office 2010, I couldn’t resist. They’ve made some really great […]


Create an Idea File of Christmas Activities, Crafts and Traditions for Next Year

This series was first run last year. I’m rerunning it now as we begin to decompress and reflect on this year’s Christmas and think about what we’d like to do differently next year! While I know most people are ready to just be done with Christmas by the time it’s over, now is a great […]

Organizing Your Way to a Simple Christmas: Christmas Cards

Today is day seven in our two-week Christmas series: Organizing Your Way to a Simple Christmas. l love receiving Christmas cards in the mail, especially those with updated family pictures. We hang ours along the garland on our staircase, and it becomes just one more reminder that Christmas is about people not stuff! Whether you […]

Using Cozi’s Free Online Tools to Simplify and Organize

In the interest of full disclosure, I have been asked to be a featured contributor on Cozi’s Live Simply site, and that is how I learned about this amazing productivity suite. However, they never asked or even implied that they’d like me to blog about the program, so all of the enthusiasm in this post […]

All About To-Do Lists: Decoupage a Notebook

We’ve talked in the past about the different methods for creating a to-do list that works for you, and I wanted to share more of my system with you today. While I continue to love and use Microsoft OneNote faithfully, I’ve found that I’ve moved back to a paper list for my weekly and daily […]

All About To-Do Lists: Starting with a Brain Dump

Lucretia from GeekMommy recently shared her fear of forgetting something important because of her lack of organization. She said: “I keep telling myself that if I could just sit down and get organized, I would sleep better – because I wouldn’t lie there thinking about what it is that isn’t organized and therefore must not […]

Quick Tip: Maximize Your Blogging

Almost anyone who blogs will tell you that blogging is a time-consuming commitment. Because I maintain several blogs and don’t want to sacrifice more time than I have to with my family, I look for every time-saving tip I can find. Here are a few quick tips that work for me: Write Quickly Professional writers […]