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Organize 365 Podcast

Lisa Woodruff

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Organize 365 Podcast

Organize 365 Podcast

Lisa Woodruff

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Organize 365 supplies home organization tips, strategies and motivation with professional organizer Lisa Woodruff.

Latest Episodes

ReAir 190 - The Cost of Clutter and Disorganization

This week, our #ThrowbackThursday episode is # 190 - The Cost of Clutter and Disorganization. In this week’s podcast episode, I take a look at the cost of clutter and disorganization in our lives. I want you to consider the financial, mental, time, and emotional costs of the current way you are living. Continue to follow Organize 365 and I will show you how to be more productive, more proactive, and how to plan. You can find us on Facebook, Instagram or our website!

26 min4 h ago
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ReAir 190 - The Cost of Clutter and Disorganization

Sunday Basket Workshops in the Pandemic

Listen in at organize365.com/wednesday-podcasts This week, Monique Horb and I share our conversation about how the COVID-19 Pandemic has affected Sunday Basket Workshops. We start out by talking about the rapid growth we have seen in the Sunday Basket community. As people continue to be safe at home and find a new interim normal during the pandemic, paper organization has become even more important. More people than ever have taken advantage of the FREE Sunday Basket Club membership included with the purchase of a Complete Sunday Basket System. Having accountability and a virtual community has been a game changer for many people in making progress organizing their household paper. Monique and I also talk about how Organize 365 has pivoted to allow Certified Sunday Basket Workshop Organizers to host their own VIRTUAL Sunday Basket trainings to grow their own businesses. The Certification Program is open WORLDWIDE now through October 12, 2020. There is a FREE webinar to learn more available October 3 at 11 am EST. (Replay available!) Learn more at sundaybasketcertification.com and please learn more to see if this is the right time for you to join us in bringing The Paper Solution to the world. Feel free to contact Monique with any questions!

25 min1 d ago
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Sunday Basket Workshops in the Pandemic

353 - Go with the Flow is Gone

The COVID-19 Pandemic has taken away our ability to go with the flow. We are living in a snow globe where our city, job, government, and public health are continually shaken up and we are chasing around. So many people are sharing that life feels so hard right now. There is no flow. The pandemic has stopped our hustle, bustle, and flow. Most of us have lived through hard times like this before, and humanity has definitely survived times of uncertainty and upheaval similar to what we are facing now. In the podcast, I share about how we have survived and have the lessons from other times in history when our lives were similarly out of control. However, catastrophic events do not impact everyone equally. Depending on your location, family, job, and other factors, you may be experiencing a lot or a little bit of life disruption. Today, I want to talk with you about how to find your flow again - even though it will be different than it was before COVID-19. First, if you are not a natural flow generator, find and follow good leaders. Second, get started. Let go of perfection. Release the need to do it all. But, actually taking action and moving your body will produce much better results than thinking about what you want to do. Third, I really want you to work on your schedules and routines. These basic steps will get you moving in the morning and can keep you moving throughout the day. When you clean up - you know the drill - pick up trash, clothes, and food in that order. Start simple, and just get started. I also share how my morning, afternoon, and evening routines have helped me to continue to be engaged in my life and make progress during the pandemic. It is typical to be less productive than you were before the stay at home events, but using routines will help you to transition to the next part of the day and keep the momentum going. I share suggestions for setting up your routines and share my own inside the podcast. For links to the items Lisa is using, please go to the show notes page on the website.

39 min6 d ago
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353 - Go with the Flow is Gone

ReAir 128 - How to Hire Household Help

Episode 128 is our #ThrowbackThursday Podcast this week - How to Hire Household Help. In this podcast, I share my top 10 tips for hiring help in your life (home, work, or anywhere else)! I have hired help with cleaning, driving, a personal assistant, and all other kinds of extra help! There is no shame in hiring someone else to do the things that will free you up to do the things only YOU can do!

36 min1 w ago
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ReAir 128 - How to Hire Household Help

The New Corner Office with Laura Vanderkam

This week our Wednesday podcast is my conversation with my absolute, most favorite author - Laura Vanderkam! We discuss many things she writes about in her new book, The New Corner Office. We talk about all things working from home - how to manage time, organize your workday, still be productive, and get energized to get things done. Laura is also analytical so we talk about different ways to apply routines, rituals, transition time, separation, and habits so we can find success in this interim normal as many continue to stay safe at home.

47 min1 w ago
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The New Corner Office with Laura Vanderkam

352 - Interim Normal & Our Homes

Listen here: organize365.com/podcast/interim-normal We are living in the middle of a global health pandemic during COVID-19. The middle of any kind of change or transition is messy!!! As we go through the middle, we can end up feel trapped - we cannot go back, but we are not yet to the place we want to be. I want to help you make sense of this pandemic and disruption we are all facing. I want to share my analysis of what is going on in society, our homes, and our responses to this uncertainty we have all been living with since at least March of 2020. I am hearing from many of you that you are facing anxiety, depression, and feelings of loss.Every single personon Earth has had plans derailed this year. So - what do we do about the messy middle? We are certainly not yet to the "new normal" that will come someday, but we do have to begin to function more effectively and make some progress in life. We are all struggling to make sense of our current reality and to figure out how to funct...

27 min1 w ago
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352 - Interim Normal & Our Homes

ReAir 118 - Dividing Your Tasks Into Different Kinds of Work

My #ThrowbackThursday Podcast this week is Episode # 118 - Dividing Your Tasks Into Different Kinds of Work. There are 4 kinds of tasks that end up in my Sunday Basket: -Ideas -Repetitive Tasks -Focused Work -Thinking time Listen in to see how I organize and complete these tasks for maximum productivity!

32 min2 w ago
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ReAir 118 - Dividing Your Tasks Into Different Kinds of Work

The Paper Solution - Excerpt from the audiobook -

I am so excited to share with you a short excerpt from The Paper Solution audiobook! My publisher has allowed me to share this reading from the book with you all. I hope that you are making progress on your home papers and getting them organized, but if you find this helpful, be sure to pick up your own copy of The Paper Solution. Order your copy here!

13 min2 w ago
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The Paper Solution - Excerpt from the audiobook -

351 - The Paper Solution - Kid Papers From 0-18 Years Old

The Paper Solution - Kid's School Memory Binder In The Paper Solution, I teach you how to ditch your file cabinet and replace it with portable, functional binders for reference papers.The Paper Solutionwill tell you how to set up your binders, gives you access to sample printables, and gives you a list of what to include in each of the binders I recommend you create. The Kid's School Memory Binder Binders have so many benefits - they are easy to update, they help limit how much we save, and they are far more portable than a file cabinet. This isone place to keep art work, stories, awards, certificates, and those adorable school photos. I have even made these binders for Greg and myself. We had some great times reading each other's school papers, sharing stories, and just being surprised by each other. One binder for each person in the house is really fun and a great way to keep areasonableamount of school memories in an organized way. The Kid's School Memory Binder helps to keep your child's school papers, memories, and certificates in easy to enjoy (and space limiting) binders. When you use page protectors, it is easy to add and remove papers over time. I amalways astounded by how much kids enjoy looking back at their own work and sharing the stories.For details on what to include in your binder, listen to the podcast and then check out Chapter 14 of The Paper Solution. In the podcast, I also share about the Warrior Mama IEP Binder - a way to help you get and keep your paperwork organized if you are dealing with special needs or individualized education plans.

21 min2 w ago
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351 - The Paper Solution - Kid Papers From 0-18 Years Old

ReAir 114 - Plan Your Week - Organize Your Time to Get More Done

Our #ThrowbackThursday Podcast Episode this week is # 114 - Plan Your Week - Organize Your Time to Get More Done! In this episode, I walk you through the Sunday Basket, planning my week, and scheduling an errand day. I share how my Sunday Basket helps me get the important things done without an overwhelming, never ending to do list!

16 min3 w ago
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ReAir 114 - Plan Your Week - Organize Your Time to Get More Done

Latest Episodes

ReAir 190 - The Cost of Clutter and Disorganization

This week, our #ThrowbackThursday episode is # 190 - The Cost of Clutter and Disorganization. In this week’s podcast episode, I take a look at the cost of clutter and disorganization in our lives. I want you to consider the financial, mental, time, and emotional costs of the current way you are living. Continue to follow Organize 365 and I will show you how to be more productive, more proactive, and how to plan. You can find us on Facebook, Instagram or our website!

26 min4 h ago
Comments
ReAir 190 - The Cost of Clutter and Disorganization

Sunday Basket Workshops in the Pandemic

Listen in at organize365.com/wednesday-podcasts This week, Monique Horb and I share our conversation about how the COVID-19 Pandemic has affected Sunday Basket Workshops. We start out by talking about the rapid growth we have seen in the Sunday Basket community. As people continue to be safe at home and find a new interim normal during the pandemic, paper organization has become even more important. More people than ever have taken advantage of the FREE Sunday Basket Club membership included with the purchase of a Complete Sunday Basket System. Having accountability and a virtual community has been a game changer for many people in making progress organizing their household paper. Monique and I also talk about how Organize 365 has pivoted to allow Certified Sunday Basket Workshop Organizers to host their own VIRTUAL Sunday Basket trainings to grow their own businesses. The Certification Program is open WORLDWIDE now through October 12, 2020. There is a FREE webinar to learn more available October 3 at 11 am EST. (Replay available!) Learn more at sundaybasketcertification.com and please learn more to see if this is the right time for you to join us in bringing The Paper Solution to the world. Feel free to contact Monique with any questions!

25 min1 d ago
Comments
Sunday Basket Workshops in the Pandemic

353 - Go with the Flow is Gone

The COVID-19 Pandemic has taken away our ability to go with the flow. We are living in a snow globe where our city, job, government, and public health are continually shaken up and we are chasing around. So many people are sharing that life feels so hard right now. There is no flow. The pandemic has stopped our hustle, bustle, and flow. Most of us have lived through hard times like this before, and humanity has definitely survived times of uncertainty and upheaval similar to what we are facing now. In the podcast, I share about how we have survived and have the lessons from other times in history when our lives were similarly out of control. However, catastrophic events do not impact everyone equally. Depending on your location, family, job, and other factors, you may be experiencing a lot or a little bit of life disruption. Today, I want to talk with you about how to find your flow again - even though it will be different than it was before COVID-19. First, if you are not a natural flow generator, find and follow good leaders. Second, get started. Let go of perfection. Release the need to do it all. But, actually taking action and moving your body will produce much better results than thinking about what you want to do. Third, I really want you to work on your schedules and routines. These basic steps will get you moving in the morning and can keep you moving throughout the day. When you clean up - you know the drill - pick up trash, clothes, and food in that order. Start simple, and just get started. I also share how my morning, afternoon, and evening routines have helped me to continue to be engaged in my life and make progress during the pandemic. It is typical to be less productive than you were before the stay at home events, but using routines will help you to transition to the next part of the day and keep the momentum going. I share suggestions for setting up your routines and share my own inside the podcast. For links to the items Lisa is using, please go to the show notes page on the website.

39 min6 d ago
Comments
353 - Go with the Flow is Gone

ReAir 128 - How to Hire Household Help

Episode 128 is our #ThrowbackThursday Podcast this week - How to Hire Household Help. In this podcast, I share my top 10 tips for hiring help in your life (home, work, or anywhere else)! I have hired help with cleaning, driving, a personal assistant, and all other kinds of extra help! There is no shame in hiring someone else to do the things that will free you up to do the things only YOU can do!

36 min1 w ago
Comments
ReAir 128 - How to Hire Household Help

The New Corner Office with Laura Vanderkam

This week our Wednesday podcast is my conversation with my absolute, most favorite author - Laura Vanderkam! We discuss many things she writes about in her new book, The New Corner Office. We talk about all things working from home - how to manage time, organize your workday, still be productive, and get energized to get things done. Laura is also analytical so we talk about different ways to apply routines, rituals, transition time, separation, and habits so we can find success in this interim normal as many continue to stay safe at home.

47 min1 w ago
Comments
The New Corner Office with Laura Vanderkam

352 - Interim Normal & Our Homes

Listen here: organize365.com/podcast/interim-normal We are living in the middle of a global health pandemic during COVID-19. The middle of any kind of change or transition is messy!!! As we go through the middle, we can end up feel trapped - we cannot go back, but we are not yet to the place we want to be. I want to help you make sense of this pandemic and disruption we are all facing. I want to share my analysis of what is going on in society, our homes, and our responses to this uncertainty we have all been living with since at least March of 2020. I am hearing from many of you that you are facing anxiety, depression, and feelings of loss.Every single personon Earth has had plans derailed this year. So - what do we do about the messy middle? We are certainly not yet to the "new normal" that will come someday, but we do have to begin to function more effectively and make some progress in life. We are all struggling to make sense of our current reality and to figure out how to funct...

27 min1 w ago
Comments
352 - Interim Normal & Our Homes

ReAir 118 - Dividing Your Tasks Into Different Kinds of Work

My #ThrowbackThursday Podcast this week is Episode # 118 - Dividing Your Tasks Into Different Kinds of Work. There are 4 kinds of tasks that end up in my Sunday Basket: -Ideas -Repetitive Tasks -Focused Work -Thinking time Listen in to see how I organize and complete these tasks for maximum productivity!

32 min2 w ago
Comments
ReAir 118 - Dividing Your Tasks Into Different Kinds of Work

The Paper Solution - Excerpt from the audiobook -

I am so excited to share with you a short excerpt from The Paper Solution audiobook! My publisher has allowed me to share this reading from the book with you all. I hope that you are making progress on your home papers and getting them organized, but if you find this helpful, be sure to pick up your own copy of The Paper Solution. Order your copy here!

13 min2 w ago
Comments
The Paper Solution - Excerpt from the audiobook -

351 - The Paper Solution - Kid Papers From 0-18 Years Old

The Paper Solution - Kid's School Memory Binder In The Paper Solution, I teach you how to ditch your file cabinet and replace it with portable, functional binders for reference papers.The Paper Solutionwill tell you how to set up your binders, gives you access to sample printables, and gives you a list of what to include in each of the binders I recommend you create. The Kid's School Memory Binder Binders have so many benefits - they are easy to update, they help limit how much we save, and they are far more portable than a file cabinet. This isone place to keep art work, stories, awards, certificates, and those adorable school photos. I have even made these binders for Greg and myself. We had some great times reading each other's school papers, sharing stories, and just being surprised by each other. One binder for each person in the house is really fun and a great way to keep areasonableamount of school memories in an organized way. The Kid's School Memory Binder helps to keep your child's school papers, memories, and certificates in easy to enjoy (and space limiting) binders. When you use page protectors, it is easy to add and remove papers over time. I amalways astounded by how much kids enjoy looking back at their own work and sharing the stories.For details on what to include in your binder, listen to the podcast and then check out Chapter 14 of The Paper Solution. In the podcast, I also share about the Warrior Mama IEP Binder - a way to help you get and keep your paperwork organized if you are dealing with special needs or individualized education plans.

21 min2 w ago
Comments
351 - The Paper Solution - Kid Papers From 0-18 Years Old

ReAir 114 - Plan Your Week - Organize Your Time to Get More Done

Our #ThrowbackThursday Podcast Episode this week is # 114 - Plan Your Week - Organize Your Time to Get More Done! In this episode, I walk you through the Sunday Basket, planning my week, and scheduling an errand day. I share how my Sunday Basket helps me get the important things done without an overwhelming, never ending to do list!

16 min3 w ago
Comments
ReAir 114 - Plan Your Week - Organize Your Time to Get More Done
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