Monthly Archives: March 2015

One Organizer’s Thoughts on Organizing Books

We all have them. They are bright and cheerful and full of promises. They claim to fix our time management problems, do our small space planning, and organize every aspect of our life and room in our house. But have you ever read through one and immediately become overwhelmed? Or thought that the steps sounded […]

Simple Tricks to Organize Your Inbox and Say Goodbye to Email Clutter

Just because something doesn’t take up any physical space, doesn’t mean it can’t clutter up your life or affect your productivity and time management. You know what I’m talking about… emails! Some are fun, some are discounts, and some are really important messages we don’t want to miss. For many of us, though, emails are […]

Focusing on One Step at a Time

The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg was, in fact, a powerful book for me. I was particularly drawn to the concepts of keystone habits (those habits that can truly transform a person’s life) and small wins. The further into the book I read, the more an inspiration to make a personal change began building […]

Meet Jennifer Sheller

Meet Jennifer Sheller!  Jennifer was born in Pottstown, PA and still remains a huge Philadelphia sports fan. She “bleeds green” and has traveled all over the country to cheer on her beloved Eagles. She is also a proud Spider – graduating from the University of Richmond with a degree in Business. She also spent a few […]