How to Organize Your Home:
You should have a designated space to keep Emergency Information as well as Personal Information. If something were to happen to you, and your family needed access to these types of documents, you don’t want them to have to dig around through your desk, spending hours of precious time looking for what they need. Here are some of the items I suggest you keep in a safe place:
Patents and Copyrights
Life Insurance Policy
Health Insurance Card (s)
Copy of your License
Medical Directives (should you not be able to speak on your own behalf, a medical directive will ensure your decisions are followed)
Emergency Medical Contacts (primary physician’s phone number, etc)
Medical Information (blood type, allergies, etc)
Up to date photo of everyone in your family, including your pets (in case someone goes missing)
If security is a concern of yours, then store these documents in a safe, locked drawer, or in a safety deposit box. Here are the items I suggest you store in a secured space.
That wraps up our 5 part series of how to Organize and Declutter Your Home! Now is the time to buy my e-book on Amazon for a copy of your own list of items to consider when trying to organize and declutter your home.