Get Organized With the Help of These Websites
These resources will help you stay on track when it comes to fighting clutter.
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Organize Your Life
Quite possibly the king of all online calendars, 30 Boxes allows you to publish, collaborate on and share your personal schedule with anyone you choose. It's simple to use and looks a lot nicer than the messy family calendar hanging on the kitchen wall. Other features include a photo-adding feature and sharing via a blog, Facebook and more.
The first thing to do when your bundle of joy arrives is take pictures. The second? Make him or her a website. (Somewhere in there you've got to feed and take care of the little one(s0, too, but we can't help you with that.) Baby's first website at Bundlo is free and can be customized. Get organized by sharing photos, journaling about that first smile and keeping an online baby book up-to-date with those all-important milestones.
Very Short List
We love anything with the word short in the title, because it usually means we can fit it into our busy schedules. Find some time to learn about one new thing each weekday in the briefest form imaginable. This free e-mail alerts you to entertainment and media items that aren't yet highly publicized, so you can impress all your friends and still have time to get organized.
Simple, basic and even low-tech, the high-powered information manager serves as "command central."
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