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My Super Bowl Weight-Loss Plan
The Ravens didn't make it. I'm snowed-in under a blanket of 26 inches of snow, so I can't escape it. So while I was in the shower this morning, I came up with a way to lose several pounds during the Big Game.
During 2009, I gained some weight. So did you. Not that kind of weight. I'm talking about the weight of paper statements. Think about all of the weekly, monthly, and quarterly statements you accumulated last year:
· Pay stubs
· Investment statements
· Explanations of benefits from your health insurance company
· Credit card statements
If you have received your W-2 and year-end summaries of the transactions in your accounts, you can eliminate the weekly, monthly, and quarterly statements!
So I'll spend the Super Bowl watching the commercials and shredding those statements. Now that's a winning weight-loss program!
posted on: 2/7/2010 11:30:00 AM by Katherine Trezise
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Katherine Trezise is president of Absolutely Organized, based in Baltimore, MD. She is president-elect of the National Study Group on Chronic Disorganization. Katherine holds a masters degree in business administration, is a Certified Professional Organizer® and a Certified Professional Organizer in Chronic Disorganization®. Absolutely Organized specializes in helping people organize their homes, paperwork and financial records to make room in their lives for the things, people and activities that are most important to them.