If this is similar to what you face each time you step into your home office you may be finding it hard to be productive. Whether you’re using your home office for business or personal projects you want your work space to be inspiring and inviting. It’s hard to get any work done when the mere thought of sitting down at your desk is unappealing.
After you have recognized the clutter issues it’s time to get rid of the things you are not using. Let go of that unopened box of paperclips that has been on your desk for 2 years. Weed out all the broken pencils and dried out pens. And you probably don’t need ten rulers, right?
Don’t let unused, unnecessary items clutter up your office. It’s true that an extra box of staples only takes up four inches of space, but let it go. You aren’t using them. A local school or church would benefit from your donation. Getting rid of the small stuff is a big step in the right direction.
There are many filing systems out there. Just pick something that works best for you and use these basic guidelines:
Hang photos of loved ones and art that inspires you. Use furniture that is comfortable and represents your personality. Maybe even add an essential oils diffuser and play your favorite music while you work.
At the end of every project put away all work supplies. At the end of every dayclear off your desk. Put pencils back in pencil holders, throw scrap paper away, put files back in the filing cabinet, etc.
This is your area, so make it work for you. Increase your productivity by surrounding yourself with an inviting, clutter-free workspace that represents your personality. A productive day is a great day!
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