31 Small Steps to Organize Your Life

There are zillions of organizing books out there, and many of them can be quite helpful. But just like the disorganization in your house, your schedule, and your life, the sheer size and complexity of most organizing books can be overwhelming. Maybe all you need to get started is a few simple ideas. This book is just that: one simple idea, served up each day, for a month. One small step towards getting your dhucks in a row.

31 Small Steps to Organize for Weight Loss

Do you want to lose 30 pounds in 30 days? Sorry, that’s not what this book is about. Do you want to make short term changes in order to lose 5 pounds? 50 pounds? No, nothing like that in here. Are you willing to make small changes that last a lifetime and improve your health AND your happiness? Yes, that’s definitely more like it! This book contains small, painless actions, thoughts, ideas, and strategies that will inch you towards the waist size you want rather than dump you into unsustainable choices or an unhealthy cycle of loss and gain. It’s just thirty-one simple ideas that you can take one at a time. Thirty-one small steps towards getting your dhucks in a row.

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31 Small Steps to Organize for Emergencies (and Disasters)

31 Small Steps to Organize for Emergencies (and Disasters) by Shawndra Holmberg

This book is not intended to be a survival guide if life as we know it crumbles. This book is for those who understand that emergencies and disasters can happen to individuals, families, communities, and geographical regions, and who want to be ready to handle them better. A winter storm can take out your electricity for days or even weeks. A hurricane may threaten your city and you have to shelter in place or choose to evacuate until it passes. A tornado carves a path of devastation and utilities are disrupted; you’re fine but you have no electricity or water. There’s a fire in your building and you have to evacuate with the basic necessities. A tree crashes down on your house and you have to find other accommodations until repairs are made. Or you’re stuck in your car on the highway due to a major accident ahead.

 

You will be planning and preparing for large emergencies, which means you’ll be better prepared for the smaller emergencies. If an emergency happens, your life will be affected, but you’ll handle it better if you take these 31 Small Steps to Organize for Emergencies.

31 Small Steps to Organize Your Paper

31 Small Steps to Organize Your Paper by Shawndra Holmberg

Stop sweeping your piles of paper into the nearest box minutes before company comes. With as little as 15 minutes a day and applying the next 31 steps, you’ll begin to breathe easier knowing that you’ll find what you need when you need it. These 31 small steps will have you conquering your mountains of paper so that next April, you’ll be able to hand your tax accountant a more organized file, on-time; without that wild, destructive sweep through your office. You’ll build maintenance into your system rather than put it off; which will encourage you to discard old documents in manageable chunks instead of ending up with boxes of paper to toss and shred. No more late fees because you misplaced your bills; your papers will have a home. This book contains small actions, thoughts, ideas, and strategies that will move you towards controlling your flow of paper. It’s just thirty-one simple ideas that you can take one at a time. Thirty-one small steps towards getting your paper dhucks in a row. Fifteen minutes over the next 31 days may not be enough time to get through years of accumulated paper, but you’ll have the tools and the systems to begin digging out from under the piles. You’ll begin to lose the paper piles and regain your life and space.

Quick Reference Guide to

31 Small Steps to Organize for Emergencies (and Disasters)

Quick Reference Guide to 31 Small Steps to Organize for Emergencies (and Disasters) by Shawndra Holmberg

When you think of emergencies and disasters, you may picture hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, or blizzards. This Quick Reference Guide is intended to help you be better prepared for those emergencies and disasters.But a disaster does not have to affect your whole community. A disaster is anything that overwhelms your resources. Sometimes things can happen just to you or your family. It can be as routine as your car needing repair, a water heater that floods your basement, or gremlins in the attic. These steps will also prepare you for those more immediate and personal emergencies. For those of you who want to cut to the chase and skip the background information, this Quick Reference Guide to 31 Small Steps to Organize for Emergencies (and Disasters) is for you. It’s the actions you need to take to be prepared for the next emergency, disaster, or zombie attack. I’ve kept the checklists and resources and left out the explanations, the reasons why, and further clarifications. This guide is the bare bones information you need.

31 Small Steps to Organize Your Life

31 Small Steps to Organize Your Life by Shawndra Holmberg

There are zillions of organizing books out there, and many of them can be quite helpful. But just like the disorganization in your house, your schedule, and your life, the sheer size and complexity of most organizing books can be overwhelming. Maybe all you need to get started is a few simple ideas. This book is just that: one simple idea, served up each day, for a month. One small step towards getting your dhucks in a row.

31 Small Steps to Organize for Weight Loss

31 Small Steps to Organize for Weight Loss by Shawndra Holmberg

Do you want to lose 30 pounds in 30 days? Sorry, that’s not what this book is about. Do you want to make short term changes in order to lose 5 pounds? 50 pounds? No, nothing like that in here. Are you willing to make small changes that last a lifetime and improve your health AND your happiness? Yes, that’s definitely more like it! This book contains small, painless actions, thoughts, ideas, and strategies that will inch you towards the waist size you want rather than dump you into unsustainable choices or an unhealthy cycle of loss and gain. It’s just thirty-one simple ideas that you can take one at a time. Thirty-one small steps towards getting your dhucks in a row.

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