There are lots of tools and techniques that can help you go paperless, but what are the best ones? Here are my top choices for creating your paperless office.
We all have so much to do – and it always seems like there’s no time to get anything done.
Getting things done can be a challenge when you have a laundry list of to-do’s begging for attention. Engaging help is a great way to work through your list.
If you are tired of trying to keep track of every detail in your life, it’s helpful to look for tools that can help offload some of that mental overhead.
Shortcuts to using less paper while maintaining your productivity and effectiveness.
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I’m a huge proponent of using Evernote to keep track of your stuff. It’s great for centralizing everything from your to-do list to your recipes. I constantly am recommending it to my clients because it’s so useful. As it turns out, I’m not… Read More
Being a Certified Professional Organizer, I actually enjoy working with paper – I know, I’m strange! Even so, I don’t want to spend too much time on it; like you, I have many other tasks on my to-do list. One of my big goals for 2010 is to reduce the amount of paper that I… Read More
My browser of choice is Firefox – it’s fast, open-source, and almost infinitely customizable. As with any of our tools, it’s great when they can be customized to meet our needs, and Firefox definitely can be customized a zillion different ways. For instance, I use the Evernote Web Clipper extensively to take notes on sites… Read More
I’m a HUGE fan of Evernote, the note-taking tool that lets you collect and organize all sorts of information. I love it so much that I regularly recommend it to clients for a variety of purposes, from simple note-taking, to organizing medical records, storing collections of information, and more. Evernote has a very handy add-on… Read More