How To Declutter Your Finances

How To Declutter Your Finances

Guest Post By Jen Turrell 

Decluttering your finances can feel overwhelming, and it’s something so many of us put off. It’s hard to know where to start, what to throw out and keep, and how to manage all that information.

Keeping your money matters streamlined makes managing your dollars so much easier, and dealing with money becomes a pleasure, not a chore.

Best of all, decluttering leads to a better mindset around money, and a fast track to increased wealth.

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How to Organize Your Paperwork

How to Organize Your Paperwork

Do you want to know how to deal with the paper clutter that is taking over your house? In order to organize your papers, the first thing you need to do is create a home for them! I'm going to show you how to create a paperwork system so you know what to keep and where to put them.

This is the second part in the Paperwork Bootcamp: Putting Paper in Its Place series! You can find part one here.

If you've done the suggestions in the first part of the series, you've corralled your papers into one or two places in your home.  We are going to focus on the (relatively) current paperwork in your home and build a "Current" paperwork filing system. I will say it again and again: Keep It Simple. No, not leave it where it lays simple, but up into a simple, easy system that everyone in your home can get understand and use.

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How to Knock Stuff Off of Your To Do List

How to Knock Stuff Off of Your To Do List

One of my favorite productivity gurus is David Allen of Getting Things Done fame. He teaches us that getting things out of our heads and into a system that you can trust such as a notebook or productivity app is the only way to go. We walk around thinking of stuff all day long and it stresses us out! He suggests doing a brain dump and then start sorting out your thoughts and turning them into actionables.

A lot of things that we have on our to-do lists are not actually actionables.

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