Everything in its place: OCD on display

Recently I uncovered 10 unused, padded FedEx envelopes while going through some boxes of packing material.

Neither my client nor I, nor anyone else within earshot had use for them. Instead of throwing them away like a well-adjusted person might, I chose to bring them home to get them back to Fed Ex at some point.

Maybe I’ll flag down a driver?

Maybe I’ll drive to the Fed Ex location nearest me?

The point is, I have some serious issues about things being returned to their rightful place.

You can benefit from this (slight) mental imbalance! When I come to organize your space, everything you let go of will be taken to a good home. No doubt about it.

So call now and Get Organized Already!

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Paperwork from school

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My two kids come home every day with at least a hand full of papers to deal with from school.
I try to tackle it as soon as I can.  At the very latest, look at it before you start drinking your evening glass of wine.  :0)
I take out everything that needs my signature and sign it.  Everything else gets recycled STAT! (in the photo the top pile is trash)
If there’s any art work, I put it up on the fridge, taking down what is currently there.  No guilt, people.  Its just a days work.  You only need to display one at a time.
Stay on top of the paper and your kids won’t feel as overwhelmed by papers themselves.

I do this every afternoon, including Friday to avoid any confusion or rush on Monday mornings.