HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR HOME OFFICE
organizer tips on achieving an organized home office
UPGRADE YOUR DESKTOP ACCESSORIES
Utilize eye-catching, functional desktop accessories to contain your pencils, pens, paperclips, rubber bands, and other office supplies.
IMPLEMENT PAPERWORK SYSTEMS
On your desktop, create landing places for incoming papers, paperwork that you’re continually referencing, paperwork that needs to be filed, unpaid bills, and any other paperwork categories needed.
CREATE A PLACE FOR FILES
Allocate a drawer (or free-standing file holder) for inactive, but important paperwork, like medical transcripts, tax returns, and warranties.
YEARLY, PURGE YOUR FILES
Make a habit of purging your files yearly.
CONSOLIDATE ADDRESSES TOGETHER
Combine multiple address books together, so you have one, central reference point.
DESIGNATE A PLACE FOR MEMORIES
If you have sentimental items, like cards and memorabilia, laying around, designate a box to store these items.
GET RID OF DATED STUFF
Outdated installation CDs, old yellow pages, old contact lists, expired coupons, miscellaneous/unidentified cords and chargers, old computers and other outdated technology should all be tossed.