Monthly Archives: January 2010

An Eco-friendly Way to Cut Clutter

I just came across another useful tool to reduce your paper clutter and help you PRINT LESS!  You’ll also lower spending on ink toner and help save a lot of trees.  GreenPrint is a simple-to-use software that eliminates unwanted pages and reduces printing by 17 percent or more.  The application lets you preview documents and has […]

Elizabeth’s Favorite Things – Freedom Filer

One of my top recommended products is Freedom Filer – a self-purging system that will have you saying farewell to file clean-up day. Whether you decide to use it for organizing your personal finances or your business, this filing tool is highly functional and versatile. The system provides color-coded tabs that keep your papers sorted […]

Guest speaker at Women to Women Luncheon this week!

The Women to Women Committee is a networking group for working and non-working women who meet once a month to discuss ideas and share experiences, both business and personal.  This month, I’ll be speaking on a variety of organizing topics at their luncheon at the Columbia Tower Club this Wednesday, January 27th.  Club members are admitted […]

Event Recap – Email Management 101 Seminar

Last week, I held an email management seminar at an event hosted by the Seattle Chamber of Commerce. It was very well attended and really showed how people are interested in more processes and tools to help them with electronic organization, especially email! To see all of Innovatively Organized’s upcoming events this month, check out our website.

Multiple Ways to File Paper

Files not piles! No matter your preference, there are a multitude of ways to file your documents that can work for you. It can be as simple as using in and out boxes or hanging bins on the wall – here are some of my favorite recommendations: Traditional File Drawers: Great for when you want to […]

Guest Blog: Optimism in the Housing Market

When I help clients organize their homes or help them prepare for a move, the topic of the housing market often arises. I decided to ask for some professional insight from a realtor. His observations might surprise you! “Reasons to be Optimistic about the Housing Market” by Dan Faulkner I spent all of December hand-delivering […]

Reduce paper clutter with Earth Class Mail

Sometimes checking your mailbox every day is not an option – maybe you’re on the road, on vacation or just plain busy with work and family. Sorting through postal mail can be a huge burden on your productivity, not to mention that the physical mail we receive is mostly unwanted, unsolicited and unwieldy. Earth Class Mail is an […]

Why Organizing is Better with Binders

It’s no wonder the 3-ring binder is a required school supply – it’s a versatile organizing tool. Invest in a sturdy binder that you can use over and over, and if you’re storing receipts or time-sensitive items, remember to clean it out at the end of the year and archive important documents. Binders can serve a lot of different […]

New Year – New Closet! Check out the elfa sale!

My favorite closet organizing tool from The Container Store is on sale! Versatile, durable and easy-to-use, elfa® is a modular shelving and drawer component system that helps you maximize your space, increase storage and boost productivity. It works for tiny closets as well as walk-ins and is also great for the garage, home office and kitchen. Check […]

New Seminar: Email Management 101 – Get control of your inbox!

Did you resolve to be more organized and productive this year?  Join me at this well-timed seminar to learn how to overcome email overload and detox your inbox!  Click here to learn more and register today! EMAIL MANAGEMENT 101 Thursday, January 14th – 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. (includes lunch) Rainier Square Conference Center 1333 5th […]