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How to be the Master of your time

I did a guest post for Deb Lee, Certified Professional Organizer® 

 

Technology can be a boon and a curse depending on who is the master. The ease at which you can create information and spread it across a large network of people carries a responsibility, not only for your time, but also the time it takes for the recipients of your message to open and read the message.

Here are some tips that have helped me manage my time and technology:

Read the rest of the post at Organize to Revitalize! The article is called

Advice From the Social Media Swami: How to be the Master of Your Time

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