Feeling Ovewhelmed? Use Systems to Get Organised
by Louise D'Allura on February 27th, 2014

Statistics show that being disorganised can have a huge impact on our bottom line and stress levels.

This is an article I had published in the fantastic Working Women's Magazine  published by Women's Network Australia all about helping you get and stay on top of it all by using systems!

You can read the FULL article on the Women's Network Australia blog by clicking here

Remember any system you set up needs to:

  • allow you to find what you are looking for quickly
  • have ‘things’ grouped and sorted into categories that make logical sense to you so you can find what you want, when you want it
  • be easily understood by someone else if you are unavailable (i.e. labels and instructions!)
  • be easy and simple to maintain so you can keep on top of things
  • easily allow you to add new things into the system

To see a System in Action visit the website: http://www.womensnetwork.com.au/get_Organised

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Rebecca - April 12th, 2014 at 8:55 AM
Thanks, Louise, for making the system set-up-tips so easy and sensical. I find that the last point is the most important, since organization is a constant cycle. Whatever systems you create have to be easy to add or delete information. Even with filing, one has to make sure those plastic tabs and little slips of papers are in a spot that is easy to remember or else files will be added without labels and then you're back to square one.
Louise D'Allura - April 22nd, 2014 at 7:11 PM
Hey Rebecca

Yes keeping them in check is key!

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