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Case Study: Home Office Organizing Done Virtually

In many cases, a home office is not only used for work related tasks but also for managing the household and for personal tasks or activities.  This is the case for my client who is a neonatal intensive care nurse and lives out of state. She has a large space that can easily accommodate the… Continue Reading »

How a NYC Professional Office Organizer Decluttered Her Own Files

Are you also using this forced time at home to tackle some of those projects that have long been on the back burner? I recently had the chance to cross one of these projects off my list. I have had cleaning out my home office files on my list for the longest time. As I… Continue Reading »

How I Organized Paperwork in My Files

With the NY on Pause order in place, we have had weeks of working from home and spending the bulk of our days at home. This forced time at home has given us the opportunity to tackle some of those projects that have long been on the back burner. This has been true for me…… Continue Reading »

Home Office Organizing Case Study: The Mobile Office

My client had downsized and moved from a very large home with an abundance of space into a much smaller home with very limited space. They had set up a home office in a small room that was shared with their laundry machines and needed a home office organizing strategy. Their new home is on… Continue Reading »

Case Study: An Organized Process for Tax Paperwork

Do you find that you are more likely to get things done when you have a definitive deadline? This tends to be the case, especially when the task needs to be done within the next few weeks. My client, who has a home-based business, and I met periodically to organize tax paperwork for her accountant…. Continue Reading »

Organizing Strategies to Limit Your Use of Paper at Work

According to The Paperless Project, paper in the average business grows by 22% a year. This means that the amount of paper used in your office will double in 3.3 years if you don’t take steps to start curbing your paper usage right away. But where do you start? You need a plan to organize… Continue Reading »