It’s easy to spot when your organizational system isn’t working. Things are difficult to reach, the space is too small for what you’re storing or you are always rummaging through things because they aren’t logically grouped. But sometimes, the warning signs that your space needs a little help, are a little more subtle. Small things happen slowly over time and go unnoticed at first, but overall have a large impact on our happiness and comfort. Here are some stressful states that may have rooted themselves while you were busy with life, and how you can resolve them.
Working from home has many advantages for personal wellness and convenience. Your commute is about 10 seconds so you get more sleep without having the stress of daily traffic, you can work in your PJs, and you don’t have to deal with the distractions of being in a big office with lots of other people around (not to mention the tax deductions!) Whether you are working remotely as part of a team or running an entire business, your home office doesn’t have to be just an old desk covered with loose papers and sticky notes. Spending the time to design your office properly can transform it into an organized and beautiful work environment that is efficient, productive and ergonomically friendly. Our goal is to ensure that your home office will become a place that you will look forward to going to each day where your stress will be minimized. Here are 8 creative home offices ideas that can help you get organized and increase productivity.
Whether you work for yourself or work from home, it’s important to have an office that allows you to feel motivated and also comfortable. Before creating your office, you should think what your ideal office would entail and how to properly plan out your space so it includes everything you desire. Once you’ve determined how you want your space to look and feel it’s time to get to work.
Are you as productive in your home office as you could be? If your office is cluttered with papers, personal things and stuff that doesn’t directly relate to your work, the answer is likely no.
Bills, bank statements, tax forms, papers from school. Walk into your home office and you can probably spot all of these papers—and more—dotting your desk, the top of your filing cabinet, or even your desk chair.
Receipts. Bills. Financial documents. Mail. It’s piling up in your home office and, really, filing away papers is the last way you’d like to spend your time. The papers in your home office are begging for some organization with a filing system that’ll make it easy to find them when you need them, and give you clear guidelines for storing bills, forms and important documents as you get them.