I’ve been on a quest to minimize and organize paper in my life and in my client’s lives.

In this video I explain the three things you can STOP doing today to organize your paper.

I was tired of having little scraps of paper with notes I wanted to remember. Tired of having piles of papers to “do something” with. Tired of not having a clear desk where I could work on one thing without distractions.

So I stopped doing three things and would recommend you do the same if you want to organize paper in your home and your office.

Click here to watch the video where I explain the 3 things to STOP.

STOP doing these three things to get your paper organized.


Stop ripping things out of magazines, cookbooks, books, cute calendars, quotes you want to remember, etc.

Every time you rip something out you then need to organize it.

If you can’t resist leaving the information where it is, try taking a photo of what you want to remember.

But, don’t just take a photo and forget about it. Rename it immediately and slide it into a folder. You could have a folder for recipes, one for decor, etc. I have one for quotes I like and want to share with you all!


Stop printing emails. Stop printing recipes. Do not print receipts. Stop printing cute stories. And stop printing whatever else you print.

What happens to them once you print them out? Are they in a pile?

Now you have stacks of papers to deal with.

Determine you will stop printing one thing today.

Before you hit print stop and ask, “Do I have a plan in place once I print this out?” If not, don’t print it.

Instead, you could copy the link of the article or recipe and add it to your online lists. Or, slide the email into a folder titled 2020 Receipts.


Stop writing notes on whatever is in front you. Post-its. New notebook after new notebook. The backs of envelopes.

If you take notes, look back over them immediately or schedule an appointment on your calendar to do so. Want to keep something? I suggest you immediately add it to your online list or a folder of notes or a google document. If it requires action be sure to assign it as a task in your calendar.

Categorize your lists and documents. For example, have a list for Books, Shows, Quotes, Ideas, Things To Do, Organizing, etc. In the Organizing document you could have a sub-lists like Projects in your home, Resources, Worksheets, Courses, Thoughts I Love, Thoughts I no longer believe, Books, Completed Projects, etc.

The magic is that everything is now in one place…which leads to the bonus for today!


Remember the POWER OF ONE.

I first heard this concept from Joshua Becker.

Use this concept with any organizing system, something you own, what you use, etc…

One system.
One calendar.
One notes app on your phone.
One clipboard/notepad.
One planning sheet.
One style.

Go as extreme as you want.
One belt.
One jacket.
One makeup palette.
One television.

Are you ready to prioritize organization?

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If you are ready to organize your paper, watch this video where I teach you three things to STOP doing today. After the video, join me in my FREE masterclass where I give you the 3 pivotal secrets to take your home from Chaos to ORDER!

Tracy Hoth