Reading Time: 4 minutes Do you ever feel overwhelmed by how many digital photos you have on your phone, laptop, tablet, etc.? Are you stressed by how it’s all mixed together in an unorganized fashion? Maybe you also feel frustrated when you cannot find a specific photo and you spend so much time and energy scrolling through your huge backlog. Also, because photos are digital, there’s an added downside of photos being out-of-sight-out-of-mind. But the looming number of photos sits there in the back of your mind, continuously causing stress. So, what if you took control of your digital photos once and for all and organized them into a simple system? Follow along with me as I walk you through the process of how to organize your digital photos!
Stephanie King, owner of Status: Organized, is a professional organizer, writer, and reiki practitioner who’s passionate about making life easier for her clients. She’s based in Houston, Texas, but can often be found on an airplane en route to exploring new places or climbing mountains. She is the Membership Director on the Houston Chapter of the National Association of Productivity and Professionals (NAPO) Board of Directors. She previously held the position of Professional Development Director. She earned her Residential Organizing Certificate through NAPO and continues to advance her education through NAPO University, as well as her two special interest groups, Authorship & Publishing, and Holistic Organizers. Her organizing mission is to declutter and organize all spaces in a home, creating only positive feelings when walking into each room. Her hope is that by decluttering the physical, the mental, spiritual, and emotional clutter disappears as well.
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Reading Time: 5 minutes School is officially in session and you may still be trying to figure out a regular routine again. You’ve had to deal with a lot of planning, prepping, scheduling, and keeping track of . . . stuff. As with most things, planning ahead can make a huge difference so here are a few things you can put in place to get ahead of the game and get kids organized for the school year.
Reading Time: 5 minutes If you have thousands of emails to dig through, you probably feel overwhelmed by that red little number attached to your email app icon. Even though you may joke about the number, and state you won’t ever declutter your inbox, the stress that accompanies that itty bitty little number is still within you. So, let’s chat about how organizing your email inbox can improve your efficiency and peace of mind while reducing stress.