I love chocolate. Of course that has nothing to do with this post except I wanted to share it with you and this month's Smead product, The See File™ happens to come in chocolate (with a moss interior). So, on with the show (or at least the review); when you can improve your functioning and organization with a product-that's always a bonus. With the See File, you get a boatload of space (up to 900 plus sheets of storage); you get twelve pockets (that's a lot of project organization right there); you get the ever-need alpha labels, as well as the months (and the numbers to boot), plus household subjects and blank labels as well. It's simply a great organizational tool to keep all of those important files and papers that are needed to help you function at your optimal best. Simply functional!!
Products are provided free by Smead for review.
Life management insights, strategies, hints, ideas, and tips from Dr. DClutter™.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
We all like free stuff-it's just fun, but many offers come with a hefty price tag, even if it's lauded as "free". What generally happens is there's a requirement for you to provide your billing information. RED FLAG!! If it's free, why would they need to "bill you?" Nothing "free" requires your billing info. If however, you decide to venture forward into the land-of-not-really-free and provide that information-be aware- they expect you to sign up and never cancel. To avoid that pitfall, be certain you have few pieces of information handy: the cancellation period before you're billed; the method necessary for cancellation (telephone number, website, mailing address) and any confirmation numbers you were given. Also, set a reminder before the deadline to remind yourself to cancel. Then, it might really be "free", and you won't have to foot the bill, except for your time, which should be priceless.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Friday, March 23, 2012
I'm pretty good in many things I attempt. I'm also, not so adept in many things I attempt. It's a happy balance that I seek. When I'm confronted with a task that's out of my range of skills, I ask for help. There's almost always someone who can help you view your dilemma from a fresh perspective, if you're willing to seek sage counsel. Just ask.
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
While it may appear that "running away" from your problems is good exercise (it's not), it's actually futile because you'll never get a resolution, but you will remain in a perpetual state of flux. Not a joyous place to reside. Confront your problems head on and seek help if it's warranted.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
Friday, March 16, 2012
Ever find yourself stuck in a rut, routine or plan that's no longer working for you? What do you do to free yourself from monotony? Step out and find new things that excite and motivate you. Take a class, learn a new language or try an adventure that you thought you'd never try. Whatever the method, don't stay stuck.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
I love goals. I love having and making goals. I have daily, weekly, monthly and yearly goals. I have short-term and long-term goals as well. Noticing a pattern here?? With all of my goal making, I'm just as careful to not allow all of my planning to get in the way of actually living in the moment and sapping all of the joy out of life. Don't put off the excitement of life because it doesn’t "fit" your goals. Some of the best experiences and memories weren't planned. Enjoy life!!
Monday, March 12, 2012
Friday, March 9, 2012
How many of you accept your receipts without even glancing at them for accuracy in price, number of items purchased and correct change? Although most transactions are automated, remember computer can make "mistakes" and there's still the human aspect. Take a moment to glace to check for mistakes in your favor.
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Monday, March 5, 2012
The person's view is colored by many experiences, which can cause a distorted reality. It's been said that those who view the world through "rose-colored-glasses", have a skewed, perhaps naïve view of the world. Instead of viewing the world in a hue colored haze, look clearly at each situation and make the best decisions based on the evidence presented. That way, you'll have a "clear" view of your world.
- Dr. DClutter™
- Washington, DC, United States
- I am Dr. Darnita L. Payden, Executive Director/Owner of Dr. DClutter™ Life Management, a division of PreciousOnes™ LLC. I have a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and over 20 years of experience working to help clients discover their strengths and talents. Having worked as a therapist, college professor, grief specialist and trainer, I have encountered in my journey many of the issues my clients may face. I have a sincere desire to help you find clarity, organization and independence in your life and environments. I know that life can be hectic, but I desire to help my clients bring as much order, peace and enjoyment back into their lives as is possible. What separates me from the norm? I focus on the client from a holistic perspective. I realize that most people desire a functional and an organized life, but may simply need support, understanding and information about why they have the habits or tendencies that have led to disorganization. I do not perform “quick fixes” or provide “one-size-fits-all” guidance, but I strive to provide strategies to my clients that will be life changing and useful for a lifetime. Dr. DClutter™ is a name well earned!!
Dr. DClutter's™ Publications
- Dr. DClutter's™ Wiseisms and Thruthisms™ Daily Inspirations, Observations and Humorous Musings
- Dr. DClutter's™ One-Day-a-Week-Guide to a Year of Random Acts of Kindness (plus 20 extra days just in case)
- Dr. DClutter's™ 21-Day Journey to a New You
- Declutter-Four Benefits of an Organized Life
- Clutter Makes You S.I.G.H.™
- Simplify. Simplify. How to Declutter Your Life
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