Diona L. Reeves  

Create an Organizational Process That Works for You

Anything else is a waste of time

Followers of The Home Edit will recognize the beautiful rainbow assortment of markers, but this isn’t a post about sorting your writing files to improve productivity.

Sorting does little good if you have no defined process for execution.

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

For visual writers, the balance of capturing information and storing it can be tricky. You need to see things for stimulation and engagement, but too much in your line of sight clutters your mind and cripples your efforts.

Consider your writing files. Are they tucked neatly away in digital or physical file cabinets?

If the answer is yes, you probably feel pretty good about your organizational abilities. I know I did.

But this is not the right question to ask. Instead, ask whether you can find the information you need in a pinch.

Read more here or visit The Productive Writer.

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