Personal Organization Ideas and Resources
100 Awesome Social Media Sites
This page on the StudyWeb.com website contains links to 100 different social media websites that will help you get control and keep control of your personal and business life, no matter how cluttered and disorganized. Geared towards students, but of value to others, the sites cover business, education, dating, news and information sharing, travel, shopping and deals, staying in touch (sharing photos, status updates, links, music, etc.), making a difference (volunteer opportunities and causes to support), organization and personal growth (stay organized and keep track of personal goals), health and fitness, special interest (social sites for women, bookworms, musicians and more), finance, religion and spirituality, family, and using the Internet, and more.
Time Management Principles for Students
Students have challenges when it comes to managing their time effectively, and this informative article has tips to help them keep on top of their school work. It points out that going to college is about more than just hitting the books, and that having some time to socialize and relax is also important. Find out how to make the most of your time by adopting the "Twofer" concept.
Personal Organization from Mind Tools
This Mind Tools section shows you how to use personal time management skills. These are some of the most important career skills that you can learn. Time Management skills are essential for successful people - these are the practical techniques that have helped the leading people in business, sport and public service reach the pinnacles of their careers. The skills explained in the articles below help you to become reliable and effective and show you how to identify and focus on the activities that give you the greatest returns. The section finishes by explaining goal setting, which is a vitally important skill for achieving what you want to achieve with your life. Website includes sections on timed management, stress management, memory improvement, problem solving, practical creativity and decision-making.
This site by professional organizer Stacey Agin Murray (who the site says started organizing in the womb) provides a new article on organizing on every month and now has a large archive of them under the categories of Home Organizing and Personal Organizing. The Home Organizing category has articles for organizing such things as photographs (including digital), the food pantry, the refrigerator (both inside and out), clothes closets, a garage sale, a recipe collection, children's artwork, and more. The Personal Organizing category covers organizing of your resume, tax time, travel, wedding planning, back to school, holidays, new year's resolutions, time tracking, and much more.