If your home office lacks organization, you’re not alone.
Most families that have a home office report that it’s one of the most cluttered rooms in the house.
Often, it’s used as an emergency storage area and a catch-all for things we don’t know what to do with!
On top of that, our home offices are filled with papers that we need to keep – they’re important.
If you’re feeling like your papers and office are disorganized, join the free paper organization challenge below, and check out the useful tips in this article.
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Start by decluttering. Don’t waste your time organizing clutter. Get rid of the stuff you don’t need so you have less to process, maintain, and organize. Design a home command central. Run all of your household business out of your home office and keep everything in one place. Go here to learn how to set up your own command central today. Organize your office with stuff you already have. There’s a good chance you already have everything you need to start organizing. Shop your home first when you’re looking for organizing products for your office. Use an inbox. Keep all of the papers you need to process in one place so you’re not wasting time searching for what you need. Organize frequently-used papers with binders. Your papers will be easily accessible, and you can grab a binder to take with you to appointments if needed. Set up a Freedom Filer system for papers you need to keep, but don’t access frequently. This self-cleaning filing system makes sure you never lose an important document again. Create your own paper organization system. Design a consistent system for processing papers so you don’t have to worry about missing something. Use a planner to organize your time. Whether you plan down to the hour, or just make daily to-do lists for yourself, a planner helps you stay on track and remember important dates. Make a Next Steps list for big projects. Stay current with your big priorities by always knowing what your next steps are. Go here to get a free next steps list template. Organize your printer paper stash. Make sure you’ve always got paper for printing or taking notes. Go here to see how we organized our printer paper. More Office Organization Ideas FREE Paper Organization Challenge – start organizing your papers and your workspace today! 10 Simple Home Office Tips for Your New Workspace Homeschool Room Ideas – How to Get Organized Paper Clutter Solutions for Your Home
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