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Get Ready for Tax Time

Now that March has arrived, it’s time to get your tax papers organized so that you can meet the April 15 deadline without any last-minute scrambling. You’ll be able to gather 80% of your information pretty quickly — but the last 20% will take a lot of time!  By getting started now, you’ll be able to identify which information is going to be the hardest to obtain, and you can start the wheels turning while there is still sufficient lead…

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Business Cards: Information or Clutter?

They’re everywhere – those cute little 2- by 3 ½-inch paper rectangles with colorful logos, attractive graphics, and snappy tag lines.  We pick them up at stores and doctors’ offices.  People hand them to us at business meetings or social events.  We feel empowered and connected because now we have information. Now what? If your business card collection is sitting in a big pile with a rubber band around it, or in a shopping bag in the back of the…

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Small Spaces, Fast Paces

Introducing my new e-book, Small Spaces, Fast Paces: New York Organizing Secrets. This book contains the first two years worth of my “Organizing Tip of the Week”.  That’s 95 tips, organized into 13 topics, and easily navigatable thanks to the wonders of technology! Why should you buy my e-book?

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