Organizing Your Home Office

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Hey San Diego!

Here at Classy closets, we know that productivity can diminish in disorganized environments. Home offices are the biggest areas of this loss of productivity. When papers are scattered over the desktop, procrastination creeps in. However, by employing just a few tips, your home office can become the embodiment of a productive environment.

1. Organize your drawers with dividers. Keep your pens and pencils off the desktop and in the drawers along with post-its, highlighters, and paperclips.

2. Put your papers in file cabinets or file trays. Bills can be easily lost in the sea of papers on a desktop. By organizing them with files, you don’t have to worry about losing important documents.

3. Keep your schedule in check with bulletin boards or desktop calendars. Pin reminders or to-do lists on the bulletin board and list your schedule on the desktop calendar. Having a schedule all in one place allows you better peace of mind. You can increase your productive energies knowing when your appointments are and when your kids’ appointments are. (Check out our blog post on organizing your schedule for more ideas.)

4. Create an environment that you enjoy working in. If your office is boring or chaotic, you will never want to be in it. Start by hanging pictures/paintings or redo your cabinets (Classy Closets can help with that!) and you will love working in your new and improved home office!

For more organizational ideas, check out our Pinterest page!

Our closest showroom to San Diego is in Escondido. Feel free to stop by or call us at 760-735-2545.

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