Tag Archives: Electronic Organizing

Stay Organized with Firefox Home on iPhone

I’ve been using Firefox Home as my mobile Internet browser on my iPhone, and there are some great benefits: What you have on your desktop goes with you on your iPhone – your Firefox history, bookmarks, and open tabs. You won’t have to retype URLs or spend time searching for your favorite websites. Every time you launch […]

Upcoming Webinar about organizing your contacts

Weighing Your CRM Options Thursday, November 4th 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM PDT Effective Customer Relations Management (CRM) helps you manage sales and client communication and tasks so you can stay focused on reaching prospects, clients, and vendors and plan for your business’s future. In this session, learn about: – Tracking/managing leads, customers, and contacts to drive sales. – […]

Tracking tasks on your iPhone

Keep better track of your to-do list on your iPhone with 2Do, a free iPhone application to help you stay organized on-the-go! Since your contact list already lives on your iPhone, this is a great tool to remember birthdays, meetings, phone calls, errands and shopping lists.

Help a charity by donating your old electronics

Get Hitched Give Hope is a local non-profit group started by businesses in the Seattle area who specialize in the wedding and bridal industry. They host an annual event to raise funds to grant wishes for breast cancer patients. This year, they are partnering with BuyMyTronics to help reduce and recycle electronic clutter and raise money! I’ve talked about […]

Mary Kay Beauty for your iPhone

Waiting in line, on the bus, in between meetings – if you’re on-the-go but still want to maximize your time, the iPhone is a great mobile tool. It supports an abundant number of applications, and I recently discovered that you can view the latest Mary Kay® products online and actually flip through the Mary Kay catalog on […]

Google shortcuts to save time

Google clearly leads the pack when it comes to search engines, but did you know about some of its less obvious functions? Most users know that if you type a word incorrectly into the search box that Google will suggest the correct spelling; but you can also quickly pull up definitions of a word by typing, “define:” in front of the word. (Example: define: […]

Turn off electronic gadgets before you turn in

Checking your cell phone and reading emails in bed are activities that have become synonymous with our society’s online obsession. However, although many of my favorite organizing tools come in the form of electronic devices or web-based applications, it may be a good idea to put away the computer or iPhone before you get into bed. According […]

Useful organizing tips for Evernote

A couple of months ago, I blogged about Evernote, and now I have some even more useful tips on taking advantage of this digital filing system: Save your printer’s ink cartridge numbers, so you always know which one to pick up or stock up on when you find a great sale. Keep track of your loved one(s) clothing […]

Buying a shredder – What to look for

With so much technology, it’s ironic how much paper we still receive in the mail and have piled up on our desks. It’s important to shred anything with sensitive information like financial statements or credit card applications. A lot of clients ask me what to look for when they go out to buy a shredder. Here’s […]

Upcoming Event this Friday – Email Management 101

Is your email inbox full? Are you overwhelmed by the number of messages you receive every day? Do you spend hours just trying to catch up with all that email? This is the right seminar for you! EMAIL MANAGEMENT 101 Friday, March 12th, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Bellevue Chamber 302 Bellevue Square, Bellevue, WA 98004 Click […]