Organizing Checklist for October 30-November 6

Posted on 31 October 2010

Organizing Checklist for October 30-November 6

Jewish Life’s Weekly Organizing Checklist

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_____ Organize your computer passwords by writing them down in a notebook or on a piece of paper and then filing the paper in your desk drawer. Keeping them in your computer or in your head just leads to a lot of time wasted by requesting new passwords!

_____ It’s hard to think of organizing for hard times I know, but necessary. Do you have a will? Life Insurance? Or even just a document you’ve typed up outlining basic important instructions in case of chas veshalom an emergency? Not pleasant for sure but something worth thinking about!

_____ I’ve read that tissue paper and dry cleaning bags can help prevent clothes from wrinkling when you use them to layer clothes in a suitcase. We talked last week about planning vacations now, why not organize a space for all your luggage and include extra dry cleaning bags and tissue paper in that space for when you’ll need it. Something to look forward to!

_____ Do you have a filing system? Is it stuffed to the brim that your cuticles get ripped up everytime you look for papers? This week, why not go through 10 file folders and throw out or shred what you no longer need.

_____ Schedule whatever doctor appointments are needed for the rest of this year. That way it will be done and out of the way!

2 Responses to “Organizing Checklist for October 30-November 6”

  1. Dalia says:

    I love your last on the to do list. However, I have found that a lot of Doctors and Dentists only schedule an appointment for two months a lead not 6 or 9 months ahead.
    I love all your organizing tips and have shared many of them with my friends. Yasher Koach to you.

  2. Yisrael Cohen says:

    Rivka, that’s a very good idea about saving your passwords. I’ve saved more time by using a program, that stores all my passwords, and other vital information. It also acts as a form filler. All your passwords can be different, but you only need to remember one master password. Likewise you can also save your bookmarks in the program.

    They have a free trial at:

    There is a companion program that allows you to load all your passwords and other information onto a USB stick and use the program on any other computer.

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