I have slowly evolved to using digital reminders on my phone for personal organization. As a grad student and full-time employee, I always have tasks. Once I know I have something that needs to be done, I will enter it on my phone and set a deadline and alarm on it. I can be forgetful and this helps immensely.

I have slowly evolved to using digital reminders on my phone for personal organization. As a grad student and full-time employee, I always have tasks. Once I know I have something that needs to be done, I will enter it on my phone and set a deadline and alarm on it. I can be forgetful and this helps immensely.

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How do you get organized? What kinds of tools do you use? Are you a bullet journal enthusiast? A list maker? A post-it note abuser? All of the above? Or are you one of those people who has gone all digital, from your laptop to your phone? 
After a days-long Twitter discussion, stemming from the #readadv chat about organization, we thought talking about and showing off our methods of getting stuff done and organizing our thoughts would be not only worthwhile but also (nerdtastic) fun.
Let’s talk about how we get organized over the next week. You aren’t limited to your day planner — you can talk and show off any or all components of how you get it all done.
Take photos, write a blog post, create a tumblr post, whatever you want to do, and share it. Tag it as #get organized (yes, with the space) on tumblr and if you use a particular method for organization, pop that tag on there, as well.
If you don’t want to put it in tumblr but blog about it, Instagram it, or otherwise show off your planning mojo, you can email it to my blog account at stacked.books@gmail.com, and I’ll get it up on tumblr with the tag this week. Anyone can participate, not just librarians. In fact, I think seeing organizational methods from people doing a variety of things could make this even richer. 
I’ll put together a big final roundup next weekend for stray posts, as well.  Feel free to take the image above to accompany your post, too. 

catagator:

How do you get organized? What kinds of tools do you use? Are you a bullet journal enthusiast? A list maker? A post-it note abuser? All of the above? Or are you one of those people who has gone all digital, from your laptop to your phone? 

After a days-long Twitter discussion, stemming from the #readadv chat about organization, we thought talking about and showing off our methods of getting stuff done and organizing our thoughts would be not only worthwhile but also (nerdtastic) fun.

Let’s talk about how we get organized over the next week. You aren’t limited to your day planner — you can talk and show off any or all components of how you get it all done.

Take photos, write a blog post, create a tumblr post, whatever you want to do, and share it. Tag it as #get organized (yes, with the space) on tumblr and if you use a particular method for organization, pop that tag on there, as well.

If you don’t want to put it in tumblr but blog about it, Instagram it, or otherwise show off your planning mojo, you can email it to my blog account at stacked.books@gmail.com, and I’ll get it up on tumblr with the tag this week. Anyone can participate, not just librarians. In fact, I think seeing organizational methods from people doing a variety of things could make this even richer. 

I’ll put together a big final roundup next weekend for stray posts, as well.  Feel free to take the image above to accompany your post, too. 

Peanuts.

Peanuts.

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Maury is “helping” me with schoolwork by typing with his tail

Maury is “helping” me with schoolwork by typing with his tail

cliomancer:

boop b- hang on… there. boop boop

Because I can never post too many cat gifs…right?

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This is how I feel on Mondays…

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This is how I feel on Mondays…
Maury.

Maury.

doctor-pie:

party don’t start til i walk in.

doctor-pie:

party don’t start til i walk in.

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