Da-dah! My store is working at last. There is more information in the Goods tab. Please check out The Everies Book as soon as you can.
Meanwhile, I wanted to let you know the direction this blog will take now: I'm going to work through the book myself and provide extra info on tasks or theory where it seems helpful.
You won't have to have read the book to understand the posts,
but it will help!
Okay – that’s enough hibernating for me. So nice to thaw out at last. What a winter that was! I thought I'd start a spring-clean of my site, since it's so slow to warm up outside.
But what was the first thing I found? My store has been overly changed, and one of the features I’m concerned about is that it now asks for too many personal details before you buy. Sorry about that! All I need is your name & email address.
I’m doing what I can to get it improved. If it can’t be, I’ll test some workarounds. If it’s causing you any persistent problems, let me know via the contact page.
But, hello again! :-)
Heads up! I've finally put The Everies Book in my store. Soon I'll begin promoting it for real, but right now I need a rest!
In the meantime you can get it at a lower price than I expect to eventually charge.
If you have any questions you'd like to see answered in the promotional pieces, please let me know via the contact page.
All the best!
I rearranged a few features in the book to make it easier for you to put The Everies into practice. This required a few tweaks for continuity, but it won’t be long now!!
I feel like that little train I read about when I was a kid:
Puff, puff, puff...I think I can, I know I can!
I’ve now added an information page about The Everies Book so you can read all about its purpose, content and special features. Click here to go to it, or use the tab at the bottom of the left-hand menu.
My long-promised organising book is almost ready for launch! All being well – I’ve never done this before – the sales page will be completed by Thursday 19 May, 2016, with the upload following as soon as technically feasible after that. It should be all systems go by the weekend.
Thanks for your patience!
How did you go with following the NAC? Hope some of it was useful for you.
Now April’s here, it’s a good time for us in the Southern Hemisphere to do Autumn Cleaning. It’s similar to Spring Cleaning, except that instead of cleaning & decluttering to open things up, it’s done in preparation for battening down the hatches.
Especially, clear away any outdoor clutter that could get blown away – or into your windows – during a storm; get trees trimmed; and fix any leaky or fragile spots around the house. Clear away indoor clutter near outer walls, to avoid mould issues.
Clean those windows, too, before they’re covered up for winter.
Then clean & maintain the car to keep it sturdy on rainy trips.
As promised, I’ve uploaded 2016's National Organising Week Activity Calendar (‘the NAC’) for you.
You can download it from my DIY page.
Remember to take before- and after-photographs.
Hope you enjoy the activities!
I had to forego other writing to finish my online course while keeping up with book-writing targets. The Everies™ Book is nearly ready. I’m on the final draft & still need to check a few permissions on included content.
I’ve dropped in to let you know that from 7 – 12 March is NOW!
National Organising Week is here early this year. Usually held in September, Professional Organisers in Western Australia have traditionally started the week off with a calendar of introductory activities that take advantage of spring’s arrival. I’ll upload an autumn edition at the end of the week, though, because this year’s NOW aims to help you especially with wardrobes.
Check it out here:
This is one of those lucky months that end neatly with a weekend so you can do your end-of-month activities at a convenient time.
What are those activities? You may already have some you like to do, such as:
...include a review of progress and use it to
write your monthly plan for February.
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