10 Steps to Organized Paper
Can you imagine being able to find ANY piece of paper in your house anytime you needed it?

10 Steps to Organized Paper will motivate, encourage and walk with you step by step while
you turn your mountains of paper into organized systems.

For less than $4 you can have a Professional Organizer walk you step by step through creating systems that work to organize all the paper in your house.

You’ll Learn:

  • The difference between active and archive papers.
  • Why home offices don't work to keep your paper organized and how a simple basket is all you need. 
  • How to create a system to organize the paper clutter on your kitchen counters.
  • How to create binders for frequently referenced papers for your home, and medical needs. 
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  • My dining room table is over flowing with papers. We can’t even sit down and have a meal at it anymore.”

  •  I shuffle papers from the counter, to the table, to the bookshelf! It drives me CRAZY! HELP!!!!!!!”

  • “My paperwork is scary messy and all over the place. When I need to find something, it’s all about the panic.”

  • My current system… a box I shove things into hoping to get organized “someday.” And when that box gets full, well, there are always more boxes!”

  • I have papers everywhere, we lose things constantly. I’m surprised I can function at all!!! Please help!”

Lisa Woodruff

About the Author

Lisa is passionate about sharing her love of organization and the freedom an organized life brings with her sensible, modern posts about organization and life.
 

Lisa began professionally organizing clients’ home offices and homes in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2004, which led to the launch of her second book, 10 Steps to Organized Paper.

Since then, she has gone on to produce numerous eCourses, more eBooks and a variety of organizational Printables. 

Lisa launched the blog, Organize365.com, in February of 2012, with the goal of helping women across the country organize their homes and their home based businesses.


Lisa blogs to the sandwich generation mom who is working so hard to raise her children, provide for her family, keep her marriage alive and provide support to her aging parents.  

Lisa’s blog posts focus on achieving balance, creating systems, giving perspective and adding humor to her readers’ daily lives.