Organize For Creativity

Written by Kathleen Wilson

OK, well, I know organization isn't really decorating, now is it? But, let's face it, what good is allrepparttar effort to create a nice home when it's hidden behindrepparttar 124280 mess andrepparttar 124281 clutter? So in order to help us all prevail over repparttar 124282 chaos, here are some great hints for putting everything in its place! (On a budget, of course!) The number one way to reduce clutter and mess? Deal with things as they occur, don't save it for later! Filerepparttar 124283 mail (or throw it away) as soon as it comes out ofrepparttar 124284 mailbox! Don't step over a small mess thinking you'll do repparttar 124285 whole room later. Getrepparttar 124286 idea? File your paperwork. Make a file/correspondence box with file folders. I just covered a sturdy cardboard box with some contact paper, turned it on its side, and glued a piece of miniature picket fence (cut out of leftover foam core) ontorepparttar 124287 front to hold inrepparttar 124288 bills! You could save lightweight cardboard for dividers, make a "to pay" file and a "to keep" file, and perhaps a school file forrepparttar 124289 kids, and whatever else fits your household! Hide stuff! Yes, there are times when we don't want our living room to look like Disneyland! Floor length cloths onrepparttar 124290 end tables are a great place to shove a toy box or unusually shaped toys when not needed. If you have open shelving or a pantry area, consider sewing a gathered curtain panel to cover clutter. Install it with a spring-tension

12 Quick Tips For Beginning E-zine Publishers

Written by Ken Hill

Publishing an e-zine is a terrific way to increase your profits online by successfully staying in touch with your visitors, prospects, and customers.

To help you get started onrepparttar right track, I've providedrepparttar 124279 following tips to help you successfully publish your own e-zine as well as help you successfully promote your e-zine once you begin.

1. Choose a publishing schedule and stick to it. When deciding on a schedule, keep in mind what day is best for you to send out your publication and when you will have enough time to properly format and edit your e-zine withrepparttar 124280 least distraction.

2. Use a listserver that allows you to double opt in all your subscribers by having them reply to a confirmation message or by clicking on a confirmation link.

This will ensure that all your readers really do want to receive your e-zine since they asked for it twice, and also provide proof that all your subscribers truly are opt in.

3. Limit your use of different fonts and bullets. Keep your e-zine easy to read.

4. Keep your line length to 60 to 65 characters per line when publishing in text format. If you plan to publish your e-zine in html, give your subscribersrepparttar 124281 choice of which version they want to receive.

5. Provide your readers with a table of contents so that they can quickly go torepparttar 124282 parts of your e-zine that most interest them.

6. Along with your subscribe and unsubscribe instructions atrepparttar 124283 end of your e-zine, include your copyright notice, and also let your readers know that they can forward your e-zine in it's entirety to any friends or associates that they think will like it too.

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