"One of the
advantages of being disorganized is that one is always having surprising
discoveries." A.A. Milne
Stumbling upon a
long forgotten pot of honey might have delighted A.A. Milne's most famous
literary character Winnie-the-Pooh but for most of us, disorganization leads to
unpleasant surprises. Unpaid bills.
Overlooked invitations. Expired documents. The list goes on.
The Beyond Folders
bloggers spend a lot of time offering tips and resources for turning piles into files and for clearing
clutter from your desk tops (both virtual and physical!) but
sometimes what's really needed is not how-to advice but why-to inspiration.
Why be Organized?
is a luxury most of us can't afford. Late bills equal extra finance charges and
fees. Lost receipts leads to footing bills for company expenses rather than
getting proper reimbursement. Crammed cabinets results in duplicate and
triplicate items piling up, unused. Read on for what being disorganized is
not only exacts a financial toll, it can cause unwanted stress and can even
make you sick. Sound extreme? Consider how your blood pressure skyrockets when
you're frantically searching for that must-have document that is
who-knows-where? And dust mites and germs lurk in piles of clutter. Unclutter
and unwind. For more about the link between being disorganized and your health
Do you see a
downside to disorganization? What inspired you to kick your clutter habit? Share
your thoughts here and on the Beyond Folders Community's Facebook and Twitter
by Carly Fadako
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