Yep, that's right: Tuesday, February 12, has been designated as National Clean Out Your Computer Day. (I don't know who decided this, but here we are with the holiday heralded in several places like here and here.) So, if you have a lot of pdf files from Big Picture Scrapbooking, today is a GREAT day to make yourself some folders. I have a BPS folder, and in addition to my work files, I have one labeled My Classes -- and inside are subfolders for each workshop or Projects Now folder -- this helps me make sure I don't miss a week! Do whatever works for you, of course, but organizing those downloads will save you time when you are inspired to scrap!
If you need someone to help you organize your computer or your life, then visit my friend Aby Garvey -- many of you will recognize her from her book with Wendy Smedley, and she's a fabulous organizer for clients near and far (and retailer of my favorite favorite favorite binders from russell+hazel).
Have a great day!
P.S. If you are intrigued by these "new" holidays (as I am), here's a fascinating list (one of a zillion, I bet).
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Thanks for this fabulous information. This really helps, I've
been looking for this kind of info hub on this issue for a long time now and for sure this one is great.
I want information about the kind of websites most people spend their
time online. If its email, news, searching, watching media
content(youtube), social networking(myspace)....
If you could also break it down by popularity and percentage that
would be great. thanks.
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