Organize with Smart Storage

Getting your home office organized involves more than attractive bins and pretty labels. Not all storage solutions work for everyone. Check out these great ideas and discover the ones that work best for you.

4 Home Office Launch Pad Ideas: Organization for Business On-The-Go

As an entrepreneur, freelancer or remote worker you may work at home, but when you go out into the world you want your on-the-road business supplies to be grab-and-go ready. I recently wrote about setting up a home office “launch pad” to help you to leave your office stress-free and prepared for your client meeting,…There’s more. Click here.

Three Tips on How to Make Filing Easier: Conquering the Overstuffed File Drawer

“Filing is for retrieval, not for storage.” Karen McKenna-Veliotis, professional organizer Last week I was helping a client with some of her office files. The file drawer was so full it was impossible to get a folder in or out of the drawer without scrapped knuckles. As this was a current project, we moved the…There’s more. Click here.

Easy Home Office Cable Labels: Bread Bag Tags

I have written about the sanity saving practice of labeling your cables and cords, but I came across a new approach that is brilliant in its simplicity. Unplggd posted a great DIY of using bread bag tags – those hard plastic crescents that keep the bag closed and have the “sell by” date on them.…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Storage: Whats in Your Closet?

A closet in or near your home office or workspace is an often-overlooked storage bonanza. But few people know how easy it is to make the most of it. Does your closet look like this? A high shelf filled with reams of paper, envelopes and binders, and the floor a jumble of everything else. And…There’s more. Click here.

Visible Storage for Your Office: Wall Mounted Solutions for Active Project Files

Juggling several projects and clients at the same time means lots of paper. My desk is only so big and I know stacking files is a recipe for confusion. So I took some advice from my own book, The Smarter Home Office: “Visible Storage” Some of my clients don’t feel comfortable with active files “hidden”…There’s more. Click here.