Monthly Archives: January 2014

5 Ways to Thinking Inside the Box!

Did you read that right? Think Inside the box? Yes, you did. Everyone wants to think outside of the box, however, thinking inside of the box could help you get organized quickly. We don’t mean to go back to traditional ways of paper and file management; we mean literally think boxes. Big, clear, versatile boxes. Here are 5 ways that a box can improve your productivity in the workplace.

Tech Tuesday – Happiness+

Want to get motivated? Try this App with some daily motivational quotes.

Motivation and Organizing…Oxymoron? Part II

Getting organized is hard without motivation. Here are a few ways to sustain motivation on a long project. It will help you achieve your goals.

Tech Tuesday – IDoneThis

App Description: IDoneThis is a simple task manager. All you have to do is reply to an evening email reminder with what you did that day. The next day, get a digest with what everyone on the team got done. It's that simple. No hassle, no micromanagement. Get stuff done, and celebrate it with your team.

Motivation and Organizing…Oxymoron?

Getting organized is the #2 resolutions people make every year, followed by getting more exercise. Unfortunately, by the 3rd week of January, most of us have failed at our resolutions. Here are 4 tips to getting your goals accomplished.

Book Club – Coming Clean – Kimberly Rae Miller

Kimberly grew up in a house full of love, laughter, tears and clutter. Coming Clean focus on the journey the hoarding took her, instead of the difficulties of her life.

How do I Recycle Holiday Cards?

St. Jude’s Ranch for Children recycles greeting holiday and all-occasion cards. Recycled cards support programs that service abused, neglected homeless.

Tech Thursday –

We Love Technology! Here is our review for App Description:, a social network designed to help you organize and plan your daily lives and coordinate activities with your family. A mobile and online applications built around shared family productivity tools (calendars, to do lists, photo albums, journals, and grocery lists).

What is Executive Function?

When someone refers to the executive functions, what they are referring to are the areas of your brain that allow you to plan, organize, manage time, and focus your attention. Executive functions are also related to memory. In other words, executive functioning is extremely important in today’s society.

Organizing Maniacs® Earns Esteemed 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Organizing Maniacs has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the consumer review service in 2013.