Paperless Home Organization

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Paperless Home Organization

The last few days I’ve been working my way through the step-by-step organization system outlined in Paperless Home Organization.

What I have accomplished so far:

  • Set up labels and filters in my Gmail account to automatically sort or forward certain types of emails
  • Completely did away with my paper planner and began adding all appointments to my Google calendar
  • Set up a Remember the Milk account for task management
  • Added a RTM widget to my Google calendar
  • Set up an Evernote account and installed the desktop app
  • Added the Evernote web clipper to my browser to send clips directly to Evernote

Just getting started?

If you’re just getting started with Paperless Home Organization, I highly recommend reading through the entire ebook before beginning to organize. At the very least, plan to skim through the ebook to get an overview of the complete program before you start.

This wonderful ebook is available for ONLY $3.99–a fabulous deal, especially since all the tools recommended in the ebook are completely free to use!

Enter to Win Paperless Home Organization

Would you like to win a FREE copy of Paperless Home Organization? Please enter in the Rafflecopter widget below!

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This giveaway is accepting entries until Saturday, January 26, 2013, at 11:59 PM. Winner will be notified via email Monday, January 28, 2013. Winner has 48 hours to respond, or an alternate winner will be chosen.


  1. Teri Davis says:

    This is a good idea for me, I am so unorganized with paper. Between bills and a home planner and email and sites I want to look over eventually and home school and part time work from home and kids and husband. I would more than welcome a chance to win this prize!

  2. Jen in al says:

    I would love to win this! Thanks, Jen

  3. Paperless is a fine idea! I nees fewer pieces of paper cluttering up my kitchen!

  4. Right now I use a lot of paper for home organization. I would love to try this approach. I never knew where to start before.

  5. Rachel Goff says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win!!

  6. Thanks for the chance to win this. I have seven children still at home and paper everywhere!! I am ready to do away with paper in order to eliminate the frustration of always having to sort through it to find something I need.

  7. my husband would love for me to have this- he is forever teasing me about my “old paper ways”


  8. I use Google and Evernote a lot. I’ve been looking for a good versatile task management app, didn’t realize it has Calendar plugins. yay!

  9. Paper and I have problems. We do not get along and it just ends up in piles. Please enter me to win!

  10. Thanks for offering the chance to win the e-book. I can use all the suggestions I can get in the battle of the paper bulge.

  11. Jessica Carlson says:

    I could so use it!

  12. This looks like a great day to get organized.

  13. Judy Comings says:

    Would really like this product….busy mom of 6 little ones…less paper…less clean up!

  14. LOVE the idea of Going Paperless! Great blog!

  15. I would love this!!

  16. I dream of a paperless world…at least in my little world. To be that organized would be amazing, and nothing short of a miracle!

  17. Oh, how I would love a paperless house……

  18. Amy-Lee S says:

    I am new to the homeschooling community and need to learn the ways of taming the paper monster. I would LOVE this to help me on my new journey. Thanks

  19. theresesophia says:

    Paper is definitely the “thorn in my side”…would love to learn some ways to organize!

  20. Where to start…. This book would be great! 😉

  21. I would love to read this.

  22. I so totally need this!!!

  23. I would love to win this! Paper clutter is overwhelming me at this point. I would love some pointers and think this would be a great read for me. Thank you for the opportunity!
    God bless,
    Tracey M.

  24. this sounds really interesting

  25. Christine Peters says:

    This is my first year homeschooling. My son Ryan is in 7th grade & this is the best school year ever!

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