I have some confessions to make. One, I have not completed the steps to go fully paperless. I’m not sure why, but I like getting paper bills to remind me of their presence even though their due dates are in my calendar. I also will write on the bill when I paid and how I paid and then file the bill into my extremely overcrowded file cabinet. It’s kind of a flawed system.
And two, the following is not my video. Although I do have curly blond hair, that is not me. It’s Carley from Digitwirl. I absolutely love that site and love her videos. And I am happy to report that The Neat Geek is now a syndicate partner with Digitwirl. Read more
Even for someone as organized as myself, medical records are difficult to keep updated and in order. The latest idea of keeping your medical records and emergency information in your wallet is just so smart.
And for anyone who has health issues, this product is great for them to carry around in case something happens to them while they’re out and alone. There are two options out there - The Medical USB Data Card and the 911 Medical ID Card. Read more
For parents of school children, organizing all school documents, photos and report cards can be overwhelming. Do you keep it, do you throw it out, do you scan it?
And for these types of memories, there is only so much technology can do. Parents sometimes just need a place to store those precious Thanksgiving hand turkeys. And momAgenda knows this.
April 15 is fast approaching. And while there are many different avenues in which you can get your taxes done, the mobile world has just got into the action.
Turbo Tax, the leader in tax software, has created an mobile app for those who will file a 1040EZ form. Turbo Tax SnapTax is currently free, and available for the iPhone and Android phones.
I’m not what you would call a “sharer”. I don’t like to share a bathroom. I don’t like to share my meal. And I don’t like to share any gadgets, especially my computer.
For those of you, like me who flunked sharing in Kindergarten, Apple has come out with a way to have multiple music libraries in iTunes on one computer. If you must share an iTunes, this is the way to do it. Read more
You may love gift cards. You may hate them. Regardless, I’m sure you received at least one this past holiday season.
And even the biggest gift card lover hates to carry them all around. Because it happens – just when you need that gift card, you can’t seem to find it. Read more
I’m a huge fan of storage boxes. There are just so many things you can use them for. You can buy decorative ones to match any decor. And the tops come in handy to hide all of the crap you may have in there.
Whether you’re hiding – er, I mean organizing – your photos or stationary or your pez dispenser collection, storage boxes give the illusion that your home is neat and organized. Read more
Even an organization guru like myself (ok, ok self-proclaimed), did not own a file cabinet until about three years ago.
We use to use those file boxes to store important papers. But once we purchased our sixth one, we thought it was a little ridiculous. Plus we could never find anything, which completely defeats the purpose.
At work and at home, I always have a pile of paperwork that I know that I need, but I don’t need right now.
You know what I am talking about. Usually it is something like the supply list for your son’s camp in two weeks or that life insurance policy that you still need to review before the end of the month.