Now there’s a way to effectively organize all of your papers, business cards, and mail in one place! Let’s finally get organized! If you are like me, and a lover of all things gadgets, then you are going to love this too.I’ve always been so frustrated at trying to organize my notes, papers, mail, etc in one easy to find place.
Use note cards that allow you to write enough information you can refer back to when it is time to start putting your cards in order. They can be grouped together in smaller batches depending on the content, and in turn help you write paragraphs for each set.
Use the double space and always include the quotations, lists, and notes in your college research paper. Use margins that are of one-inch from the top, bottom, left.and right unless it has been stated otherwise. Use citations that are parenthetical while stating your quotations or ideas that you have borrowed from other people.
Make it easy for you to find and retrieve papers. Carve out an area on a shelf to store reference binders or accordion folders, designate a drawer or section of a filing cabinet, or create space on your desk to store papers. Create an inbox for papers.
The trick with organizing notes is to keep it very simple. Keep all of your notes from each class into a folder dedicated to that class and that class alone. Just using a “notes” folder and then cramming all your files into one place isn’t going to help you stay organized. Instead, keep a different folder for each subject.
Taking the time and effort to develop a systematic way of organizing your papers can result in a lot less stress and hassle in your life. Try the following as you create your filing system: Start simple: Come up with a filing system that’s relatively easy to use. You don’t want your filing system to be more stressful than the stress it’s supposed to alleviate. Be colorful: Files of.
The feeling of grabbing a sticky note and jotting something down feels so natural that it’s easy to understand why we fall victim to “sticky note clutter,” the chaos you feel when you have 12 sticky notes stuck to a monitor instead of one simple full-page list. Take a break from sticky notes to end the cycle of clutter. Return to stickies when you’re ready to commit to using only a few.
That many notes looks tacky. And cluttered. You’d be better off getting notifications in your project management or productivity platform where they’d be safe away from the dangers of the office vacuum. Save those sticky notes for only the most urgent tasks or that last crazy idea that you don’t want to forget over lunch.