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How Can Simply Placed be a Resource to You?

How Can Simply Placed be a Resource to You?

We Would Love to be a Resource to You We are thrilled to have recently been asked to contribute guest blog posts for two fantastic businesses: Good study habits are the key to success for students TeenWise Seattle is a life coaching organization for teen girls. In late September, Simply Placed Senior Organizer and Productivity Consultant, Lynette… Read more

Good Study Habits are the Key to Success for Students

Organization, good study habits, time management and goal setting are life skills that can help students through middle school, high school, college and beyond. As a student, being organized means finding what you need, when you need it. When you are able to find what you need, when you need it, it saves you time… Read more

Declutter Your Desk in 5 Minutes a Day

Is the clutter on your desk getting in the way of your productivity? Whether you are a business professional or a student, it is important to have a work space that encourages productivity. Mountains of paper, office supplies, leftover lunch, and who knows what else can make your desk look like a war zone. Piles of… Read more

Team Organizing Makes a Big Difference in Little Time

Do you have a space that could use a refresh or re-organization? Involving your team, and ours, will make a big impact in a small amount of time. You’ve heard the phrase “many hands makes light work”? We see that in action when we get to work with a company on a team organizing day…. Read more

What is Disorganization Costing Your Business?

The Cost of Disorganization Have you ever wondered how much disorganization is costing you or your business? According to the Wall Street Journal, employees waste at least one hour every day looking for things that they have but can’t find. Time wasted looking for documents, electronic files and other things is lost productivity and money down… Read more

Is Your Desk a Mess? Apply ART and Regain Control of Your Workspace!

Is It Time to Unearth Your Desk? Is your desk is over-run with paper and other clutter that might be distracting you? It might be time to Unearth Your Desk! Our current newsletter contains tips you may want to utilize to help you to gain control of your workspace and increase productivity. We’re also offering a… Read more

Is Paper Clutter Weighing You Down?

Is Paper Clutter Weighing You Down? Are you looking for ways to clear your home or office of paper clutter? If so, you’ll want to check out our current newsletter for upcoming recycling and shredding events.  Also, included is an introduction to our May “It’s About Time” topic, “Unearthing Your Desk“. Join us as we discuss… Read more

The Benefits of an Organized Workspace

How Do You Organize Your Workspace? One in four Americans wish they had a more organized workspace. Are you one of them? Staying organized in the workplace is incredibly important and leads to better output and quality work. It can be tough to get started, though, especially if you have an excess of clutter. To… Read more

The Benefits of Organizing with Color

There are lots of ways to organize your office and improve productivity, but have you thought about the benefits of organizing with color? According to Smead, using color as an organizational tool is one of the most effective ways to save time and be more productive. We instinctively recognize colors and associate meaning to them… Read more

Free Paper Shredding Events: Spring Clean Your Files

Got Paper? Paper shredding on your to-do list? Spring is a great time to Spring Clean your files. Whether you are purging paper as part of our 30-Day Practical Minimalism Challenge, or coming across paper you no longer need as you pull the last documents you need to file your tax return, make sure to… Read more

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