WORKING WITHOUT DISTRACTIONS – THE HOME OFFICE
I cant believe it’s already day five of National Organising Week. Today I wanted to talk about a space that I am frequently asked to organise – The Home Office.
You may be running your own business from home or working flexibly from your main office. You need a clear desk and a clutter free space to work to avoid distractions.
What’s cluttering up your home office?
a. Unfiled paperwork
d. Items that don’t belong (I would love to know)
Please respond to this post with a, b, c, or d.
My Organised Home Office
It’s Day Five of National Organising Week. Thank you to everyone who has joined in this week. I hope that you’ve
enjoyed my top tips.
Today is all about The Home Office.
An organised home office can genuinely save you time, help you work more effectively and generally be less distracting. It will cut down time wasted looking for important documents and facilitate you to focus on the task at hand, without flitting to other projects that you spot on the pile on your desk.
I believe that having a well organised desk and office is a must for both your own well-being and the success of your business/home paperwork management.
With more people setting up their own businesses and working from home I am often asked by my clients how they can best organise their home office to create that perfect home/work balance.
1. Clear Your Desk
2. Add adequate storage
3. Set up an effective filing system
Here are just a few simple things that you can do to maintain an uncluttered home office.
• Schedule time each day to deal with incoming post, emails and client calls
• File weekly to maintain that uncluttered desk and workspace
• Schedule time once a month to purge unwanted paperwork and tidy your electronic filing system
• At the end of each day take a minute or two to tidy your desk so that when you arrive the desk day it’s organised and you’re ready to go
Lets keep organising!
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