- Helping children develop organizing, uncluttering, and other important life skills
After reading books like Willpower and Top of the Class, I understand that parents can easily help their children develop the self-control necessary to be organized, uncluttered, and have positive study and life skills.
- Ask Unclutterer: Difficulty parting with sentimental objects
Reader S. is having difficulty parting with sentimental items.
- Gorgeous gifts without all the clutter
Simply using construction paper and a razor blade, a plain brown package is transformed into a beautiful gift.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Cool Cones
Is eating store-bought ice cream bringing you down? Well, let Cool Cones turn that around!
- Exercise and focus
A neuroscientist at the University of Illinois, Arthur Kramer, in “Ageing, Fitness and Neurocognitive Function” in Nature magazine, reports on another way to improve your ability to focus and brain cognition. The answer: Regularly participating in aerobic exercise.
- Reasons to unclutter
The September 1 issue of Woman’s Day magazine provides 12 “surprising benefits of getting organized.”
- Bento 3 adds sharing and security, integrates iPhoto
New version of FileMaker’s Bento supports encryption and sharing.
- Unitasker Wednesday: Rock, Paper, Scissors Card Game
First, you need hands to be able to deal, hold, and play the cards. Hands that you could simply use to PLAY THE GAME. Second, you — wait, forget a second point. I think the first point about HANDS says it all.
- New Eye-Fi products
The Eye-Fi memory card has been out for less than a year and noticeable improvements have been made in that time.