Thursday, November 10, 2016


Too busy? Too many projects and plans? Don't panic. Choose just three priorities and focus on those till done. Post them on 3 x 5 cards in a prominent place. Remove when finished.


Contents of New Ideas for Today
  1. Do You Know?
  2. Message of the Day - INFORMATION
  3. Habit of the Day
  4. Family Reminder of the Day
  5. Quote of the Day
  6. Question of The Day
  7. From the Trenches - PERFECTIONISM
  8. More Info

1. Do you know?

Don't forget the daily reminders!!! Do you have a copy posted 

Click here to print a copy of the daily Reminders and How-To's 

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2. Message of the Day


Hooked on Information? Information gives some of us a feeling of excitement and power. That's why we love magazines, newspapers, and books. We use time and energy going through magazines and newspapers, clipping as we go. We use space storing them.

But our addiction doesn't stop with papers. The desire for information drives us to stay on the computer looking up more to learn. Sometimes we print it and then we have to deal with those printed pages.

In addition, wanting to know more keeps us glued to our television sets. The search for information feels exciting initially. But it begins occupy too much time and space in our lives. After a while, we realize we are losing control over ourselves and that becomes frightening.

Are you willing to get the information monkey off your back? Would you be seriously willing to lessen or stop pursuing  information if it would improve the quality of your life?

That might mean being willing to let go of the information urge. It might mean giving up magazine articles, taking a whole different approach to computer use, avoiding informative shows on TV. It might mean abandoning the urge to cut out articles on important subjects for yourself or others. Can you do it? Would it help you if you could?

3. Habit of the Day


Gather ten things to give away. Scoot them out of the house (preferably to the nearest charity) ASAP. If you can't get them to the charity today, put them in the car to be dropped off next trip or store them in the garage to be picked up by the charity.

4. Family Reminder of the Day

Pick one of these reminders or make one of your own to 
share with your family each day.

In our family, we don't leave things out just because we plan to get back to the project later.

In our family, we wash, dry, fold, and put up our clothesas one continuous job.

5. Quote of the Day

"Bad planning on your part does not automatically 
constitute an emergency on my part."

Invaluable sign to post so your family will learn that 
your time is not without boundaries.

6. Question of The Day

How are you keeping your dream alive? 
Have you written it down? 
Do you have a picture from a magazine? 
Do you have a photo of your house at its best to keep you on track?

Tell us by posting on Friends-of-The-Organizer-Lady.

7. From the Trenches by Ella

You don't have to do it "right" the first time. Housework done poorly is better than housework not done at all. Only the perfectionist in us "has" to have it done perfectly. Waiting until I could get it done perfectly or right is what 
got me so far behind in the first place.

(Many thanks to Ella)

8. More Info

This is a simple program. We stick with the basics as they are presented in these messages. Keep reading. Keep adding one part of the program at a time.

Repetition is important. Forward to friends if desired but not to other sites. Read this whole posting or only what you can take in today, then delete it.


Please memorize this slogan and post it on your wall.

The secret to success is making very small, yet very consistent, changes.

Or to make it short; Baby steps, baby steps in the right direction.

Never underestimate the inevitability of gradualness.

11 © Sandra Felton 2010

THE ORGANIZER LADY® is a trademark of Sandra Felton, founder of Messies Anonymous.

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