Home Office Set-Up Tips: Risky Home Office

The extreme natural disasters in the news of tornadoes in Oklahoma, flooding in Georgia, and wild fires in Colorado leads to two thoughts: Where is your home office? And where is your data? Where is your home office? Where your home office is is just as important as how your home office is set-up.  …There’s more. Click here.

How to Keep Your Laptop Cooler: Review for Mac and PC

Summertime: you need to keep cool, keep your home office cool, and keep your laptop cool. Macs, PCs and laptops generate a lot of heat. If they overheat serious damage occurs.  I wrote a blog [link] about a green way to keep your laptop cool. This is an updated review to tell you how this…There’s more. Click here.

Home Office Organizing: Are You a Filer or a Piler?

It’s official! Professional organizers now recognize there are two valid styles of organizing papers: filing and piling. My theory: “Pilers” are visual, and once something is filed-away, out-of sight, it is gone forever. This create panic, so they pile everything where they can see it. The standard solutions for home office pilers is to get…There’s more. Click here.

Mid-Century Modern Style Home Office Needs Twenty First Century Function

The photos I see over and over in the media (television and online) of home offices Look Beautiful, but are Not Functional. I am amazed at the creativity and vision of many of them, but they are not set up to really work, let alone work for you. This is the first of a series…There’s more. Click here.

Laptop Stand: Why it is Essential for Home Office Ergonomics

Setting up an ergonomic home office with a laptop is a challenge. To prevent laptop hunch have your screen high enough so you can look straight ahead and the keyboard low enough so it is level with your elbows. Click here to learn more about simple ergonomics and see a helpful ergonomic diagram. To set…There’s more. Click here.