Always write angry letters to your enemies. Never mail them. – James Fallows Dachshund Letter                   Holder Paperclip Organizer            “Mail” Sorter   If you didn’t have the patience or time to do this DIY Mail Sorter find one of these puppies!  I will definitely be ordering the paperclip sorter here soon.  I mean this is the Paperclip Files…   Oh don’t you like to write letters.  I do because it’s… Read more »

desktop wallpaper - paperclip files

I don’t know if anyone is like me, but when working on the computer I prefer to save files onto the desktop.  It is easier to find the file while I am working on it.  However, if I am not careful and don’t keep up my organizing system my desktop turns into a disaster. I strongly believe in making it a priority to organize your files on your computer. Luckily for my readers, I have a solution to our desktop piles… Read more »

office mail sorter - paperclip files

I don’t know if anyone else is like me, but I usually have office mail (incoming and outgoing), notes, memos, etc scattered across my desk on a daily basis.   Below I have a little DIY tutorial for a book-office mail sorter.  This sorter will be a perfect addition to your desk or really anywhere in your office.  What I love about this sorter is that unlike other mail sorters, this one allows for smaller notes and cards.  Little things… Read more »

Learn Evernote -

Evernote reminders, lists, notes, and ideas are my latest organizational find.  What is so terrific about Evernote is the fact that you can sync it on all of your devices.  I personally have this app on my phone, kindle, laptop, and desktop.  Putting down your ideas, making lists, jotting down quotes, entering directions, etc., has never been so easy.  It lets allows you to separate your notes into notebooks, and has many different options to make your notes appealing, organized,… Read more »


No matter your method, whether you check it, cross it, swipe it, mark it, erase it, or toss it, task lists are essential to productivity.  With all the gadgets and gizmos we have these days, one would think that the electronic “to-do list” is highly favored.  However, personally I prefer the doodles and scratches of the handwritten list.  It’s easier to add notes and customize as you go. Personally, I design my own custom “to-do list” that is designed for… Read more »