If something happened to you, would your loved ones know where to find the following?
Or would they have to dig through piles of papers scattered throughout your home?
Save them the stress and frustration. Give your loved ones the gift of pulling all of your key documents together now so they don’t have to do it later.
Get your Ducks in a Row with The Peace of Mind organizing solution. This organizing solution is for you if you want hands-on assistance and practical tools to help you organize your key documents without struggling alone.
With a degree in business and a background in the insurance industry, I “get” paper! But more importantly, I’ve received additional training as a Financial Organizing Consultant, which means that I have specialized skills and knowledge to help you organize your papers, documents and records.
1) Gathering and organizing your key documents keeps them safer and more secure than if they were lying (or lost!) around your home.
2) You never know if or when an emergency will strike. Be prepared today, just in case.
3) The sooner you take care of this, the sooner you can relax knowing your affairs are in order. Your loved ones will thank you, too!
The first step to greater Peace of Mind is to simply start the conversation by calling me at 507-351-2883 or emailing me at: email@example.com.
Starting today, be a decision-maker for all the papers that come into your life. For each paper you encounter (mail, kids’ school papers, bills, receipts, or junk mail), do one of five things:
Resist peeking at a paper and simply returning it to the stack of papers on your desk or kitchen counter. Start today and really handle the paper that will always flow into your home. If you take care of it today, you won’t add to the stack from yesterday and the days before. Then you can work on the postponed decisions pile… the one that makes you crazy.
If you haven’t already downloaded my free guide, Key Tips to Banish Kitchen Counter Clutter, which always includes paper, just click here.
If you’re curious about how we can tackle that pile together, call or email me to learn more.
It’s true; your headache has an awareness week! Often a headache is added to by clutter. Read on to find lots of practical tips to keep clutter at bay…and it just might help your headache.
The word “clutter” derives from the Middle English word “clotter,” which means coagulate. Think stagnant, accumulated… stuck! When clutter invades our homes and offices, it can make us disorganized. We lose things, forget to pay bills, procrastinate, and waste time. So stop contemplating your clutter and dedicate some time to conquering it!
With graduation parties and open houses upon us, here are a few useful (some are clutter-free) ideas for gifts: