“Paper Layers” is the second phase of the larger “Harmony at Home” project (started in January 2014 in response to the contents of my family home being moved to my current home). For now, we’ve shut the door on the material goods, and we are focusing only on papers. I had a thirty-day respite in May, and last week (the start of June) returned to the paper-phase of my estate-management project.
The first week of our paper layers project we focused on separating work-papers from personal-papers. You might think that these would be already separate and organized. However, when caring long-term at home for family, and having a home-based work-place (frequently interrupted by family healthcare crises), papers can be easily shuffled around into a less-than-organized state.
After two three-hour sessions, we have successfully separated work and personal papers into clear categories. Future sessions will focus on creating user-friendly filing systems for work and home.
Moving forward with a listening heart,
vision, inquiry, and action,