One of the biggest changes I’ve watched is how we all work. Many have replaced a traditional office with a home office, or have a home office, in addition to their outside office, where they work one or two days a week.
If you are struggling with managing your home office, and many do so you are not alone, I can help.
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2. Determine where you will store supplies. Minimize over-buying of office supplies by keeping them organized in one area.
3. Decide what furniture, equipment, and technology you need. A very comfortable yet functional chair is important. There are several types to choose from. Test them out at your local Staples office supply store. The right desk is important and of course ample space for a laptop/PC, monitor and printer is a must-have.
4. Be sure that the electrical work and lighting are adequate. Too often I see home offices with inadequate power and lighting. Avoid bright lights that may cause excessive glare. Warmer lighting and the use of a desk lamp often create a more user-friendly office space!
5. Organize your desk and work area so that the things you use most often are easily accessible.
6. Create areas for related tasks, supplies or operations. For example, a technology area, an office supply area, a paper processing/filing and collating area.
7. Consider a “Do Not Disturb” sign for your office door!
Whether you have a lot of space for your home office or a limited amount of space, getting it organized and properly configured will allow you to be more productive and enjoy working in your home office!
If you, or your staff, are having challenges with disorganization and clutter, it might be time to consider a Professional Organizer. I can help. Call me at (978) 922-6136.