Getting Organized for a New Year
Eat healthier and exercise more. Spend more time with the kids. Reconnect with an old friend. Remember what’s truly important. This is the time of year when we each pause for a moment to reflect on what we have accomplished this past year, where it has brought us, and where we want the new year to take us. We write lists of goals that we optimistically hope to achieve and we make new plans. For each of us, it’s the chance at a new beginning. The opportunity for a fresh start.
Keeping your personal information and financial records organized and in a safe place is another critical step. To assist in that process, my office and I have put together an Organizational Toolkit as a helpful resource for constituents of the Fourth District. Use the informational guide below as a starting point to getting organized, or pass it along to a family member or friend. You can also find a copy of this Organizational Toolkit, here.