From Eagle Magazine (May/June 2012)
“Stacks and boxes, piles and clutter. It’s okay. It’s life. It happens.
But what if one quick change in your routine could save you hundreds of dollars in a given year? What if new storage trends could let you keep thousands of folders in an office work space that usually just fits a fraction of that?
Expert organizer Jessica Kline has been helping Treasure Valley residents make sense of their messes for about two years through her business Room to Breathe Organization Services (boiseorganizer.com). She says being disorganized can be a financial and emotional drain.”
Click here to read the Eagle Magazine article where I share valuable organization tips!
Getting the appropriate furniture that can handle your work documents and still have enough room to get your work done is a challenge so choose carefully. Function first, but design is important to create a sense of ease so youfeel good about your day and can tackle your workload.
Magnetic whiteboard or, chalkboard, or what ever it takes to organize your to-do lists and daily tasks is the first step to keeping things in their place. There are many ways to use plants to separate the space out while adding color and beauty to your home office, or you can go traditional with modern work space dividers. Get inspired by looking through magazines to find what works for you! And don’t forget to maximize the use of your windows to really create the space most conducive to getting lots done.
Read more: http://www.underworldmagazines.com/creating-a-successful-home-office/
What’s the best way to organize your dorm room? Use every space available to you, from the closet to the floor. For example…
CLOSETS: install double hanging rack, closet organizers, and shoe shelves.
UNDERBED: store luggage, out of season clothes, books.
SHELVING: sports equipment, sound systems, photographs.
TOTES: laundry supplies, shower needs, manicure products.
DOORS: memo boards, hanging racks, hooks.
Read more… http://interiordec.about.com/cs/dormdecorideas/l/aa072003a.htm
Just start. If you wait for the right time or to have a complete plan laid out before you do something, you will never get it done. If your project has been nagging at you for a while, the best antidote is action. By starting, I mean go to the space you want to organize and take everything out. Once everything is out of its place, you will have to deal with it.
Read more: http://onewithnow.com/2010/06/start-today-7-simple-tips-to-organize-your-space/
“Your desk is not just a piece of furniture. It is the hub of your working life and should be tailored to your physical needs. Make sure that yours fits with the way you work and your personal physicality. Carefully consider different options based on your real needs and not just aesthetic qualities.”
An easy and fun way to get some ideas is to visit the showrooms at a container store where you can see organized rooms and get inspired.
Read More: http://personaldividends.com/lifestyle/timothyng/10-simple-ways-to-organize-your-office-space
“Clutter can put a lot of strain on relationships, so I am so glad to know that these two women worked things out after eight years. I hope other readers in similar situations can find a way to have comparable conversations to reduce stress and clutter in their homes.”
Read More: http://unclutterer.com/2011/01/14/ask-unclutterer-handling-other-peoples-clutter-in-your-space/
“It took a lot of time for your space to get cluttered, and you won’t declutter over night. The best bet is to start with one section or room at a time, and don’t quit until it is properly organized. The main point here is to not get overwhelmed with the clutter.” Time to be organized.
Read more: http://www.doityourself.com/stry/diy-organizing-space-2#ixzz1B7wkDR6s