I parted ways with my former coupon organizer. I was winding down after a long day of errands and then it hit me. The Moleskine pocket memo I used a while ago to keep track of receipts can also be used for coupons.
I took everything out of the organizer.
Then I put index card dividers with alphabetical labels. You can label the dividers with whatever you want.
Finally, I filed the contents in the appropriate place.
3. Pick up the phone and call someone who you lost touch with. Nothing like a snow day to catch up.
Have an internet connection? Great! Let’s move on.
4. Catch up on emails. Responding to and sending. Also deleting ones that are no longer applicable, like past events (unless your the organizer.) Let’s not forget to unsubscribe to those emails that are no longer relevant.
If you have a Facebook account, you probably already know that Facebook has published a year end review of the highlights of your Facebook feed.
Unfortunately for some, this year symbolized a year of loss. Some may not want to keep that moment in their summary.
Good news! You can change your year in Facebook before you choose to publish it.
Using the Facebook app on my mobile phone, I had changed the Title, Caption and Pictures (up to 4) in my summary. Facebook also categories moments by calendar quarters. You can also delete the quarter if you choose to.
This functionality is only available to Facebook profiles and public figures.
Did you manage to change your Facebook year end summary before making it visible? Tell me in the comments.