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Table of Contents:

Introduction                                                                xTimerOrganizer_Soft_Cover-7466
 PART I – The Who, What, and Why!?
Chapter 1 – Do I Really Need to Be Organized?       1
Chapter 2 – If Being Organized is So Good for Me,

     Why is it So Hard?                                    7

I Want Everything Organized!    
     Why is Getting Organized So Hard?  
     So Am I Lazy?
     Isn’t Having a Clean House
      the Same as Being Organized?        
Doesn’t Everyone Want to be Organized?         
What is the End Goal of Being Organized?        
Chapter 3 – Before You Start Organizing      19
What is Important to You?          
Why is it Important to You? And, is it Still?        
Different Phases in Life  
What Would Your Perfect Day be Right Now?   
What is Reality?  
Unintended Consequences         
Write Down Your Goals 
Personal Goals   
Having It All       
Hold Off Just a Little Longer      
Weekly Assessment Worksheet    
Chapter 4 – Go Ahead and Get Started—

          Let’s Organize (Not Really!)    37

It Seemed Like the Right Thing at the Time        
It Can’t Be Done?!         
To Do Lists vs. I Did it Lists!      
Paper vs. Plastic 
In the Morning and Before Bed  
Train Yourself to Deal with Interruptions Well   
Be Able to Switch Gears Often
   and Without Hesitation
Use Pockets of Time to Your Advantage
You Do Not Feel You Deserve to
   Take a Break or Have Fun      
Doing Things You Want to Do Takes Less Time—
   Than Doing Things You Don’t Want To Do    
Take Small Steps Some Days and Leaps on Others       

Chapter 5 – When it ALL Goes Backwards!53

Was it Really That Important?    
Perhaps it Was Important and Now it is Not      
Intentional Chaos
I Can’t Remember          
But It’s Free        
Giving Up           
PART II – The Specifics of Where, When, and How!?
Chapter 6 – Organizing Belongings   81
Decide on Your Idea of Perfection         
  The Bedrooms, Bathrooms, and Closets          
     Clothing Closets         
     Bathroom Towels and Linen Closets 
   Collections that Have Run Their Course         
The Kitchen        
     Going Through the Pantry     
     Refrigerator and Freezer       
     Refrigerator and Freezer Maintenance          
The Kids and Puppies (and Cats, too?)
   Children’s Rooms, Play Areas, and Pet Toys  
     Toy Boxes       
     To Go Bags for Kids  
     Pet Toys         
Other Various Home Organizational Needs      
     Holiday Organization
     Moving and Storage   
     Avoid the Garage Sales—Unless You Can Handle…
     Legal Documents (Personal) 
     Personal Documents Which Have
                   Past the Statute of Limitations          
     Replace it or Forget About it?
   Organizing Belongings in Summary    

Chapter 7 – Organizing Time (The Heart of the Matter)      115

Sucking Up Time
Scheduling Others          
Organizing Time in Summary    
Chapter 8 – Daily Timesheets–

 (Don’t Worry You Won’t Need to do These Everyday)        141

Narrative of the Daily Timesheet
Daily Timesheet  
PART III – Specialty Areas
Chapter 9 – Organizing Electronics   157
If You Are Creating a Whole New File Structure
Organizing E-mails        
Statute of Limitations for Electronic Documents
Software Programs and Hardware        
Security Questions          
Networking and Wi-Fi    
Organizing Electronics in Summary       
Chapter 10 – Organizing Offices        191
Home Office       
Breaking Your Files into Quadrants       
Cubicles and Shared Office Space          
Home but Not an Office  
Scanners, Shredders, and Facsimiles     
Important Legal Documents       
Both Home and Office Ideas      
Labels for Year End        
Year End Cleaning         
Labeling Your Files for Storage 
Filing Your Information  
What to Keep on Your Desk       
Scanning Documents      
Organizing Large Stacks of Papers        
At the End of Each Day  
Take a Video       
Organizing Offices in Summary 
Chapter 11 – Organizing Projects      213
Projects In General        
What Makes a Good Plan?         
Realistic Time Expectations        
Time Commitments When Others Report to You
Time Commitments When Others Do NOT Report to You         
Putting your plan into place when it’s just you

           (or you are part of the bigger project)  

What About When YOU Get Off Track? 
Breaks and Mini-breaks  
Stress During a Project  
Celebrate Your Accomplishments           
  Events You May Not Think of as Projects         
Dinner Parties    
Holiday and Christmas Shopping           
Organizing Projects in Summary
Chapter 12 – Organizing Travel         235
Creating an Itinerary      
Airline Travel      
Cruise Line Travel          
Driving Travel    
Cosmetics and Toiletries 
Where to Eat Breakfast? 
Trash and Receipts         
Organizing Travel in Summary  
In Conclusion – Now That You are Organized         249

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