Cull down to only your most important records and documents.
Contact your accountant/lawyer for help deciding which legal or financial documents you need to keep.
Keep your ‘Vital Documents’ together in one place – birth, marriage, death certificates; passports, Wills, Power of Attorney. Important records to prove who you are, your wishes, and legal arrangements
Make sure all family members & your trusted helper/s know where your important documents are located.
Howards Clear Suspension File Box is great for creating a grab-and-go file for your important documents.
Label and keep your cables and connectors in a central place.
Untangle messy piles of cables.
Keep spares of only the most important cables (i.e. phone) in your car or with your travel luggage.