3 Great Tools To Help Prioritize and Organize

3 Great Tools To Help Prioritize and Organize

Laure Joliet
Jan 12, 2009

Although we have a calendar on the computer and on our phone (which we enter events into when we're out and about), for us nothing can replace a nice big calendar we can write on. Working from home we can lose sight of the big picture so it helps us to see the whole month at a glance: where we might be overloading ourselves or where we might be able to fit in some of our resolutions (like having people over more often). It's also a great place to jot down ideas, a note to self or an important phone number. A couple more tools to help you stay on top of what's important, right here:

Considering how many times we've had to pay double the original parking ticket fee because the ticket got lost in a stack of papers, (it's too many to count and so embarrassing, we're normally so organized) we could totally use these simple cues for paying, filing, reviewing and of course, those things that become urgent.

We try to prioritize our to-do lists in order of importance and urgency but sometimes when papers start overtaking our workspace we throw the whole thing out the window. Some nice simple visual reminders of our first, second, third and fourth priorities could make it easier to stay on task and not sidetracked.

All these products are from the very talented Meg Mateo Ilasco who is the author of Craft, Inc, makes a killer space planner and has a line of home accessories and textiles.

See all of her office accessories right here.

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