Join Simply Organized + Evernote Live on Monday, January 9!

Jan 8

My fellow organizing lovers, please join me tomorrow, as I have the great pleasure of participating in a Facebook Live event with Evernote, Simply Organized at Home…

This hour-long, casual, q&a event happens tomorrow morning, Monday, January 9 at 10:30am pst. We’ll be doing a Facebook Live from their headquarters here in the Bay Area. So excited!

Evernote is my go-to app for all things digital organizing. It’s how I organize everything from client documents, receipts, kid’s school paperwork, future blog post ideas, and business documents. I also utilize Evernote for drafting blog posts and keeping track of my dreams for this little professional organization business. This year I’ll be talking more about the topic of digital organizing, as well as my goal of becoming a certified Evernote consultant. I can really help you guys with that paper monster!

In this event, though, we’re talking more than just digital. They have an incredible list of questions for me including how to get started with organizing (or as an organizer), setting realistic goals, and steps you can take toward moving past your block with sentimental clutter. And much much more!

I still can’t believe they invited me to join them for such an amazing opportunity – a chance to share my love of organization, but also my love for keeping it simple. I probably won’t be sleeping tonight either as I am feeling a mix of excitement and I want to be totally prepared to share as much as possible in 60 minutes.

To join us, just hop over to our event page on Evernote’s Facebook page and click “going”. If you’re unable to join us live, the replay will remain on their Facebook page indefinitely.

I’ll be sharing some behind the scenes fun on social media, so be sure you’re also following me on Instagram and Facebook. Look forward to seeing you guys there!

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