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Paperless Home Organization

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Organize Your Life and Home

Never lose a list again!
Keep track of everything in one place!
Put your gadgets to good use!

Best of all, this book shows you how to get organized using only free, web-based applications that sync with free apps on both Apple and Android devices.

Your home management "binder" will be digital, will take up no extra space no matter how much you add
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ebook, 75 pages
Published 2013
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Gary Paulson
Jan 19, 2013 Gary Paulson rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: GTD, Organization
Recommended to Gary by: Mystie Winckler
Shelves: ebook
Though written for homemakers to be better organized, the organizational principles taught in this book are universal. I have taken a number of Mystie's ideas and worked them into my current attempt to be more organized both at the office and at home.

If you have a computer, a smart phone, or a tablet and want to know how to organize your life using two simple digital tools, Remember the Milk & Evernote, this is a good how-to.

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Melanie
It will take awhile for me to implement these systems, but I'm going to give it a try. Some of the steps to using these applications are laid out very clearly in the book, while others jump to complicated in a heartbeat, leaving me with that, "Wait, what? But how?" feeling. I would have liked more step-by-step all the way through. Evernote feels vast and confusing at the moment, but I'll keep referring to this book as a guide.
Betsy
Jan 01, 2016 Betsy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: nonfiction
I don't use all the systems the author uses, but I really appreciated the way she talked the reader through how to make good use of the digital resources available for home-related stuff. I particularly appreciated the evernote section. This is a supremely practical book, really more of a tutorial.
Sara
Feb 23, 2013 Sara rated it it was amazing
Shelves: home
LOVED this book! I have been struggling to find a balance between the home management binders I WANT to use and the fact that I like technology more than paper. This gave me the techniques to use the programs I already use to accomplish what I needed. This book has changed they way I manage my time, paperwork (or lack of), and gives me the structure I need to stay organized.
Darlene Hull
Jul 21, 2013 Darlene Hull rated it really liked it
Shelves: organization
Loved this book! Simple to read, excellent ideas, and at her suggestion I combined the best of her ideas with the set up from "The Secret Weapon" and voila, home, 3 businesses, and all my areas of focus to reach my goals are all set up from one single hub. Brilliant.
bonita ann smith
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I'm really looking forward to being able to use all of my devices to their potential and FINALLY be organized without having a million notebooks laying around. I can't wait! I would recommend this to anyone struggling to be efficient and effective.
Jay
Sep 12, 2015 Jay rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Solid but Uninspired

The author overviews her own system, a combination of calendar, RTM and Evernote. If this is your setup, the specifics may help you tune your system. It isn't my system and I saw no compelling reason to change.
Christine Smith
Jun 27, 2015 Christine Smith rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Lots of good ideas but I think it would have been better if the author had a better way to manage to do lists than having multiple apps (Evernote plus a task list). Like another reviewer on Amazon said, just the info on managing your gmail is worth the price of the book.
Shannon
Jan 16, 2016 Shannon rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: organization
0515: Great ideas, but a little ambitious for me. And, I do like paper, just minimal and organized.
Angie Libert
This blogger/author is a great inspiration to me. I am looking forward to reading more of her stuff.
Natalie
Jul 14, 2013 Natalie rated it it was amazing
This was excellent and I plan on implementing these ideas.
Melanie
May 01, 2013 Melanie rated it liked it
Really quite good. New info, other ways to use the features, other books to look into. Great alternative to the binder system which never worked for me.
Hunter
Aug 17, 2013 Hunter rated it really liked it
Shelves: technical
Very practical technical advise using a system of Evernote, Remember the Milk and Google Mail and Calendar, plus a good lot of templates and examples for home planners in electronic format.
Rachael
this was a great guideline for going digital.
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