The benefits of being organized are savings in time and money, increased degrees of efficiency and productivity, and more positive feelings of freedom and power. Not to mention an organized office, room or home is much easier to clean.
Buffalo, New York (Vocus) August 6, 2009 -
The average American spends 55 minutes a day looking for things they know they own but cannot find, according to a study conducted by a Boston marketing firm. The demand for self-storage facilities in the U.S. has doubled in the ten years from 1994 to 2004 based on data from the Self Storage Association. When you are filing those papers remember that the Small Business Administration estimates that 80% of filed papers will never be looked at again. Executives waste 6 weeks per year or the equivalent of nearly one hour a day searching for misplaced information as a result of messy desks and files, according to the Wall Street Journal. With these kinds of statistics as motivation, people who are ready to take the plunge and start getting organized can find help in the form of a new video and tip sheet from organizing expert, Lisa A. Lundy. Both the video and tip sheet are available free at her website http://www.TheSuperAllergyCookbook.com/articles.html.
Lundy has been organized since before her undergraduate days at Penn State University where she was known for managing her time and for being - "overly" organized. According to Lundy, "The benefits of being organized are savings in time and money, increased degrees of efficiency and productivity, and more positive feelings of freedom and power. Not to mention an organized office, room or home is much easier to clean." While many might feel that organizing or even the thought of getting organized is an arduous task, Lundy recommends that consumers lighten up and bring some fun into the topic by having a contest between co-workers or family members. "Becoming organized does not have to be a drag. A group of co-workers, friends or a whole neighborhood could create a contest with prizes and see who makes the most progress. It really could be a blast."
In addition to having fun organizing, Lundy enjoys helping people understand how they can improve their health by changing their diet. She is the author of The Super Allergy Girl™ Allergy & Celiac Cookbook - From A Mother Who Knows™, a highly acclaimed gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, peanut-free, tree nut free and other allergen free resource for both beginners and advanced bakers. Lundy's organizational skills enabled her to go from a collection of research notes and recipes to publish a full-fledged and complete cookbook in only 9 months. With the difficulties Americans are currently facing, Lundy hopes that people will use these hard times to get organized, clean up and dispose of unnecessary stuff, either by tossing it or by making donations to charities that can use items now more than ever.
Having weathered extreme difficulties in keeping her youngest child alive, Lundy knows that hard times call for putting one foot in front of the other and using your time productively. She enjoys helping people, which is why her website is a content rich site with a great deal of free white papers, tips sheets, recipes and videos all designed to help consumers with the gluten-free diet, milk-free diet, food allergies and food sensitivities.
Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 405 pages
Soft Cover, Perfect Bound
Contact: Ms. Lisa Lundy
Phone: (716) 835-6392