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How to Save Magazine Articles

how to save magazine articlesAre you the type of person who loves to save magazine articles?

Do you save the whole magazine or do you tear out the pages?

Do you have piles and piles of torn out articles?

What do you do with all of those torn out pages?

Do you ever reference the torn out pages?

These are the types of questions I get asked at almost every speaking engagement I do.

Check out this short video and hear my take on how to save magazine articles

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After watching the video are you still planning on saving magazine articles?

If so you will want a system.

Set up files:

  • Health
  • Recipes
  • Decorating Ideas
  • Personal Growth
  • Travel
  • Whatever the topics are you want to save.

While reading a magazine simple tear the pages out that you would like to save and file right away. That is the key right there. You must do it right away or else you will end up with piles and piles of torn out articles. They will collect dust and you will NEVER look at them again.

I suggest putting a date on the files. If you have not read or reference the information in that  file by a certain date (say 6 months) then toss it.

Have you found that the same information gets recycled year after year? It might have a slightly different twist to it but generally it is the same ideas and tips. This is another reason why I do not save articles.

Or take my advice in the video.

What do you think will work best for you?

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By |April 1st, 2013|Articles, Blog, Home Organization, Organizer, Recipes, Videos|2 Comments

Best Ever Antipasta Recipe

Best ever Antipasta Recipe

2 L dill pickles

1 L Sweet mixed pickles

1 Small jar sliced green olives

1 Small jar of pickled onions

2 Tins sliced black olives

2 Tins Yellow wax beans

2 Tins Green wax beans

2 Tins Sliced mushrooms

2 Tins Young cut corn

2 Tins Sliced water chestnuts

4 Tins tuna (drained)

2 L ketchup

24 oz Tomato paste

1 cup White vinegar

4 cups oil

14 Mixed fresh peppers

2 Large cauliflower 

8 jalapeño (seeded)

8 large onions

Chop all vegetables into small bite size pieces. Drain and rinse all canned goods.

Heat oil and vinegar. Add chopped onions and chopped Cauliflower. Boil 10 to 15 minutes.

Add rest of ingredients. Cook 15 to 20 minutes.

At 10 teaspoons salt and four handfuls of pine nuts.

Jar and seal. Put sealed jars in water bath for 20 minutes.

Make sure all jars are sealed before storing.

This

best ever antipasta recipe

makes 14 medium jars eight small jars and 23 really small jars

Enjoy on crackers.

By |February 4th, 2013|Articles, Blog, Recipes|2 Comments