Good morning! Today on Simplifying and Planning 101 (Facebook) we start purging our closets! The KonMari method begins with closets. I am going to pick on Monica in the group because she’s a friend and she posted her closet! When I quit working outside of the home, I had to make some hard line decisions about all of the clothes I owned. I’m embarrassed to tell you how much clothing I owned! But I will.…"We are cleaning out closets and offering emotional support to help you toss out!"
The most wonderful time of the year to purge (to me) is after a holiday season. That is when you have spent time with all the decorations (stuff) and you can easily identify what you are tired of and wish you didn’t have to pack away. Let me backtrack, I think the best time is when you are digging through the containers and putting items back in that you do not feel like finding a…"The most wonderful time of the year to purge!"
Like everyone else in the universe, I follow lots of blogs; some more than others. I was going through my emails and came across one from In My Own Style blog. I am known as the “organized one” and I’ve quit even trying to deny it! But, the one place I have been wanting to organize and haven’t succeeded is the desktop on my computer. I can happily report that even my desktop is organized…"An Organized Screen Saver!"
Does anyone use Dashlane? I absolutely love this app. It will choose safe passwords for me and the best thing is, the only password I need to remember is my password to Dashlane. Dashlane will also autocomplete forms on the computer when needed. I am such a fan that I am a Premium user, but there is a free version. This is not a sales pitch, but if you use my referral code, YOU can…"Dashlane – one of my favorite apps – 6 months FREE Premium"
I am a person who always seem to be one step ahead; as in never in the current moment! I see the big picture. I think ahead. I am normally prepared for most things that may never happen. So it should come as no surprise to anyone that knows me, I have an app that created a lock screen photo that contains my emergency information because goodness knows I have nightmares about someone making decisions for…"iPhone – have you locked out your emergency contact?"
Not a great, catchy title, but it did grab your interest enough to bring you here. I have been meaning to write a post on this very subject for some time, but you know how that is. Life just kind of gets in the way! I saw a post on Facebook this morning which spurred me into action – a high school friend was contacting someone on Facebook because his phone had been stolen. My…"How secure have you made your phone?"