Purseket Purse And Tote Bag Organizer

Purseket Purse And Tote Bag Organizer

You know how a purse can become a black hole? And that thing you need, you know it's in there, but it must be buried. . . so you end up taking everything OUT of your purse and stacking it all there on the counter. . . We've all been there, right? Well these combat that. Not only do these little pouches keep things from getting buried, but if you have to take everything out, it all stays where it should. They come in different sizes, so you can pick the one that best suits your level of junk

  • Great way to make sure you hear the timer if you're cooking something, and easy to use. For those of us with ADD, this is a great way to keep track of time for anything. Need to get in the shower in half an hour? If I'm on ... Great way to make sure you hear the timer if you're cooking something, and easy to use. For those of us with ADD, this is a great way to keep track of time for anything. Need to get in the shower in half an hour? If I'm on the computer, I might lose track of that. But not if I set this baby. It's right around my neck, so my chance of losing it is greatly reduced. Also, we ADDers have a hard time getting started on tasks, especially big ones. What I do is tell myself "I'll just work on it for 10 minutes; I can do anything for 10 minutes." (This is where you set the timer.) Ten minutes is usually enough to get my hyperfocus to kick in, so I often keep going and get a good part of the task done. Also, I'm very oppositional and I don't like being interrupted by timers, so this is a great way to be able to blow it off without getting in trouble. I think only someone else with ADD would fully understand that last bit.

  • For me, this was the starting place on the road to effective organization, time and information management. My brother and his colleagues had been sent to this workshop by their boss, and he just raved about it. In fact, he ... For me, this was the starting place on the road to effective organization, time and information management. My brother and his colleagues had been sent to this workshop by their boss, and he just raved about it. In fact, he became something of a zealot. He convinced me to attend, and I'm so glad I did. This convinced me that storing information on little pieces of loose paper or post-it notes, which I would immediately lose, was a bad idea. It helped me learn to prioritize. It's like any other life-changing system: it works if you work it.