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Home Office Organization
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I once worked with an engineer who had used the same office for his entire career and was near retirement. His personal mode of organization: Piles. He had a wrap-around desk covered with stacks of paper three feet high. Along with that, he had commandeered a long folding table and placed it near his office door. That, too, was piled at least 3 feet high with papers. So from the outside looking in, I could never tell if he was at his desk. I had to walk into the office and follow the path around the loaded table and into his buried workspace.

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By Naomi Cook

As a self-employed business owner, aside from working with clients in their homes, I spend a lot of time in my home office. It's wonderful to get out of the office and network with new people who can help you and your business grow. However, while a lot of networking can help both you and your business grow, it can also create a dust covered growth on the corner of your desk...yes, stacks and stacks of business cards!

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By Joshua Zerkel 

How you organize your time, work space, and personal life are key ingredients to your small business's success.

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Happy Family by UrbioIf you ever attend a junior high school dance, you'll learn a lot about organizing. First: People sort automatically. The "popular" girls will be huddled in a corner away from the speakers giggling over their shoulders.

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Natural Canvas Window Boxes 1 Sm, 1 Sq by Honey Can DoThe weather outside may be frightful—unless you’re planning a winter adventure. But it’s the perfect time to organize your home.

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PDFs, Docs, and image files all take space, but how much?

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By Monica Friel

Have you ever been motivated to organize your desk/office space and gotten lost in the details? Have you made a plan to get organized and found yourself wasting time trying to figure out how to print the perfect, color-coded file labels? Too often we find ourselves having good intentions to get organized, but wasting time focused on the wrong things. Here are some solutions to keep you on task when organizing:

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By Monica Friel

Working from home certainly has its benefits, but it is not without its fair share of pitfalls. The average person only focuses on work for 11 minutes before being distracted. So how do we combat the never-ending call of household projects, screaming children, visiting neighbors, etc.? There is no way to avoid all of the interruptions that occur, but here are a few tips to help minimize and manage the distraction deluge:

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The sky is falling! You'd simply fall for this. Personalizing your desk can be harder than you think.  It is important to find the perfect combination of functionality and style. 

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It's that time of year again, where resolutions have hopefully been started or implemented, and we're ready to move forward! But before we do, it's a great idea to do some pre-spring cleaning. Why wait for later to clear out the clutter? After all, a big spring cleaning can be a daunting endeavor. As with most things organizing-related, if you work on small tasks, the overall project can be a lot easier. Let's start by paring down some of the extra supplies and electronics that might be lurking around your workspace:

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