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Reduce Clutter – Limit Your Online Shopping

The holidays are a time of indulgence – we eat more, drink more, and inevitably shop more. We buy gifts for our family, friends, colleagues and clients as well for ourselves as the sales are too good to pass up. Since we can shop without even leaving home or changing out of our pajamas, we… Continue Reading »

Increase Productivity by Minimizing Multi-Tasking

Are you good at multi-tasking? Science tells us that although the brain is an amazing part of the body, it works best when it can focus on just one task at a time. Switching back and forth between tasks, trying to do too many things at once, all require an enormous amount of brain work…. Continue Reading »

The KonMari Method – Can it Work at the Office?

Simplifying their space has been an especially common “must do” for many people over the last year. Minimalism is a popular trend, and no one is quite as talked concerning this topic as Marie Kondo. She is the author and creator of a popular method for decluttering and streamlining your possessions – the KonMari method…. Continue Reading »

What’s Next? Office Organizing Strategies for After a Disaster

As Disaster Preparedness Month comes to a close, it’s time to address a topic we have yet to touch on. What happens to your business AFTER a disaster? What steps can your business take today to prepare for navigating the aftermath of a disaster situation? Here’s the truth: according to the New Jersey Business Action… Continue Reading »

Personal Issues Causing a Distraction at Work? Try These 5 Strategies

Issues at home, problems in your personal life, and even world issues can often weigh heavy on your mind. It can be difficult to leave these at the door when you enter your office. Whether you are struggling with a national tragedy that is weighing heavy on your heart, or facing the loss of a… Continue Reading »

Take Action! 8 Organizing Tips to Prepare Your Office in Case of Disaster

This month we’ve been talking about preparing for a disaster while at work, and in doing so, creating plans and strategies to support your team and keep them safe. Office fires, hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes can only be planned for at a basic level – you can’t dictate what date something might possibly happen, or… Continue Reading »