Monthly Archives: July 2009

New Product Alert: Recipe Relish

This is an awesome new product I saw demo’d at the recent NAPO conference this year.  It is called “Recipe Relish” and I liked it so much that I ordered one for myself… it should arrive soon. It not only holds and categorizes your recipes (especially the ones you tear out from magazines) but it […]

Elizabeth’s Favorite Things – Pack-it-Flat Toiletry Kit

With all the restrictions these days on how many items you can carry on the plane and how much you can pack in your bag, this eBags® toiletry kit will help save precious space in your luggage. The main feature is its slim fit – only 2 1/4″ thick so you can easily throw it on […]

Streamline your online communications

Emails, instant messaging and social networking sites are supposed to make it easier to keep track of what’s happening at the office, in your local community, or with your families and friends. But sometimes maintaining all those connections can be cumbersome. Say hello to Digsby. This is a new free online application that lets you manage […]

New uses for the standard index card

Despite all the fancy electronic gadgets and online software we’ve incorporated into our daily lives, paper still trumps the keyboard when it comes to personalizing thank you notes, sending a message or just jotting down ideas and holding them in your hand or spreading them out on a table. The distinct physical aspect of organizing […]

Organizing Tips for the Bathroom

A beautiful Seattle summer is in full swing and that means you’ve probably had some out-of-town guests in and out of your home by now. I wanted to pass along a few organizing tips for the bathroom since that is probably one of the most important spaces that your guests will see and use. If […]

Online Password Keeper

How much time do you waste each day staring at the computer screen trying to remember the password you set up for your email account or shopping site or photo organizer?  Aren’t computers supposed to save you time?  No more shuffling through sticky notes or scraps of paper trying to find the login and password you scribbled down. […]