SparkPlugging.com, Productivity 501 & Me: Two Announcements

Announcement #1: The Home Office Organizer is now also blogging at SparkPlugging.com!

Think Big at Sparkplugging.com

It is my pleasure to announce that I have joined a stellar list of authors at SparkPlugging.com. You may know this outstanding site by it’s former name, eMomsAtHome.com (go ahead, Google it). Wendy Piersall is the CEO, cheerleader, visionary and inspirational leader of this site. When she contacted me about writing for her site, I was honored (and a little star struck!). I started with this series about organizing paper, and then Wendy asked if I would consider writing a blog about home office organization. Gee, let me think….. Wendy recently decided to go thru a rebranding, and I’m happy to say the site has re-launched as of this week. The site is packed with information, and each week will launch two new blogs. (There is seriously TONS of information that I’m still trying to wrap my head around, and I’ve been reading eMoms for a year now!)

What is SparkPlugging.com?

SparkPlugging.com is a site dedicated to “Thinking Big In The New Work-At-Home Generation”. So, you might ask, what the heck does that mean? Well, you’re in the New Work-At-Home Generation if “…you use technology to free yourself from a 9 to 5, to do work that you love, to get more time with your family, or just want to make money in your socks, then you’re in the right place.”

Sound like your cup of tea? Come, join in on the fun! Start here with my blog, “Home Office Organizer” and take a look around at the other outstanding blogs and articles in the two channels: Business & Lifestyle. Make a living around your life, that’s what SparkPlugging is all about. * 😉

Announcement #2: Productivity 501: Group Interview, “Dealing With Paper”

I was also recently asked to participate in a group interview at Productivity 501, with a great group of organizers and bloggers. It was an honor to be asked to be a part of such a dynamic group of people!

Paper organizing is a big enigma for a lot of people, so it’s a timely (and useful) topic. We were each asked the same questions about deal with paper and staying organized. Check out the first of three in the series here.

What’s Productivity 501?

Mark Shead is the man behind the curtain (or keyboard in this case) at Productivity 501. He is a “consultant using technology to solve business problems”. His site, Productivity 501 is “a site dedicated to bringing you regular tips and tricks to help increase your personal productivity.”

Thanks for including me Mark! 🙂

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