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April 26, 2022
Tidying the home office
Tidying the home office

Whether you working from home or simply need a dedicated space in your home in which you can sit down and complete tasks that require extensive focus, you’ll want to ensure that your office or your productive area is in tip-top shape. Following the steps below will improve your outlook as you tackle even the most daunting of tasks.


  1. Set Intentions

We believe in the power of imagining your ideal lifestyle prior to decluttering. Taking this approach when organizing your office is especially valuable, given that work plays such an integral role in our lives and our careers are often associated with major goals and milestones. Maybe you hope to earn a raise or promotion in the near future or have been laying the groundwork to launch your own company. Keep these ambitions in mind as you consider how your workspace can best serve you. You will feel inspired to design a space that will allow you to work toward your biggest dreams every day and the space has to be a space where you can focus and innovate.


  1. Discard What You Do Not Need

Go through your desk drawers and toss out old receipts, unused stationaries, and recycle catalogs or other paper items that are no longer needed.

If you store books in your workspace, you may find yourself wishing to simplify your collection. We would advise taking stock of your inventory and rehoming, reselling, or donating titles that you do not need. Best of all, these are all environmentally friendly practices, too!


  1. Consolidate Everything

If you have office supplies scattered throughout your home, take time to gather all of these belongings and then make a plan to store them all within your workspace. This way, you’ll always know exactly what you have enough of on hand versus what you need to replace or reorder, and each room of your home will serve a true purpose. You may even find yourself saving time throughout the day when you don’t have to leave your study in order to grab more printer paper from the storeroom, for example.


  1. Gather Key Supplies

You want to ensure that your home office is a space in which you can maximize your productivity. Therefore, you’ll want to have the necessary supplies on hand to help you stay organized. You can try to have a make a list of items by category for example, stationary, electronics, books and paper works.


  1. Add Joy

We would recommend placing at least one item on your desk that is bound to spark joy, be it a small trinket, a family picture or a lively element like a plant or vase of flowers. If you’re using a multipurpose spot to work, you’ll want to clear your work essentials out of the room after your work day is over. This will eliminate visual clutter but also help signal that it’s time to switch gears. As essential as work is to our daily lives, we must not forget about the importance of downtime, too!

  1. Pick your suitable office organizing item

Select the suitable organization rack suitable for the office space, we would recommend to get a under table drawer as it would be convenient to access when searching for items like stationary.


Office Side Table

ODOROKU Office Side Table with Drawer, Small Bin and Wheels Utility Rolling Cart Rolling Storage Cart with Handle Kitche


Metal Office Cabinet


Under Desk Drawer 4 Size

ODOROKU Self-Adhesive Under Desk Drawer Organizer Under Desk Storage Attachable Drawer Slide-out Desk Drawer Hidden


Under Desk Drawer


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