April 18, 2006 / Spring 2006

What’s on Your Bookshelf? – It’s time to get organized!

Written by Idea File Staff

In the spring, it is time to get organized for the next yearbook. One way to start the process may be to take time and do a little investigating about organizational tactics. Some of the chapters in these books may be helpful by leading you down the path for improving organization wherever you need it in your program.

Organizing for the Creative Person,
Right Brain Styles for Conquering Clutter, Mastering Time and Reaching Your Goals

Dorothy Lehmkuhl and Dolores Lamping

Organizing from the Right Side of the Brain,
A Creative Approach to Getting Organized

Lee Silber

Creative Time Management for the New Millennium,
Become More Productive & Still Have Time for Fun

Jan Yager

Organize Yourself
Ronni Eisenberg and Kate Kelly

Time Management from the Inside Out,
the Fool-Proof System for Taking Control of Your Schedule and Your Life

Julie Morganstern

How to Get Organized When You Don’t Have the Time
Stephanie Culp

Rick Sammon’s Complete Guide to Digital Photography
Rick Sammon

Conquering Chronic Disorganization
Judith Kolberg

How to be Organized in Spite of Yourself:
Time and Space Management That Works with Your Personal Style

Sunny Schlenger and Robert Roesch

The Organizing Sourcebook: Nine Strategies for Simplifying Your Life
Kathy Waddill

Idea File Staff

Idea File Staff reports are posts compiled by the Walsworth Yearbooks Marketing Department, covering a wide range of yearbook topics.