- Having a place for everything and nothing in its place.
- Having systems for all organization, but nothing simple enough to actually stick to.
- Having paperwork, pay stubs and other materials all over the house, albeit out of sight.
- Having a stash of things that you “just have to get around to filing/putting away,” until you finally just give up and pitch it.
I also painted this little sign for my special area. (Patting myself on the back.)
- Dates that I plant veggies and herbs in the garden.
- Updates on how plants are growing.
- Where plants were purchased (I’d like to track how they fare against each other. Is it worth spending more at an expensive garden center over the supermarket over the farmer’s market?)
- Diagrams of the different garden plots.
- Tags from the plants for specific plant information (species, light preference, etc.)
- Garden inspiration photos from magazines and the Internet.
- The most important information I’m learning from books, classes and online. (It’s not big enough for all of the materials I bring home from classes, so I just keep the best and file the rest in an expanding file for future reference.)
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