I think the key to being productive is to be comfortable and happy spending time in your office. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a corporate cubicle; a dedicated room at home with a door that closes; or another space you’ve carved out for yourself.
If you love your office, great! Carry on.
If you don’t, though, here are some tips and inspiration for decluttering your office and making it a place where you really enjoy spending time.
A room with a view
The thing I love about my home office is that my corner desk is surrounded by windows, facing my back yard. From that vantage point, I get a wonderful view of the birds and trees; the changing light and weather; and the occasional hot air balloon or roadrunner. I even have a hummingbird feeder (in the summer), and a suet feeder (year-round) next to the window for up-close avian entertainment.
After 15 years of being Organized for Life, my business is changing, but my office isn’t.
Org4life: The First 15 Years <– scroll down to “What’s Next for Org4life?”
If you are not as enamored of your office as I am, try something new:
Here are some ways to maintain a clutter-free office:
My office is deceptively clutter-free.
That’s partly because I have a hidden storage closet!
(Shhh….don’t tell anyone!)
My office is also completely open to my kitchen, dining room, and living room.
An organized office includes organized containers and files.
And, what’s an office without an office supervisor?
Is there something you really love (or hate) about your office?
Are you inspired to make a change?
Please share with us in the comments below!
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