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Electronic Organizing For Your Home Office

Working from home comes with many perks such as flexibility and convenience. One downside to working from home instead of in an office is not having an IT department to set up and organize all of your technology. That responsibility falls on you. Since some of this essential equipment is expensive, keeping it organized is a must. Here are a few home office organizing ideas from this NYC Professional Office Organizer to keep your electronics organized.

Setting Up the Larger Electronics

Depending on your type of business, you may need to use a variety of equipment to operate efficiently. This could be a desktop computer, a monitor (or two), printer, scanner, or even something more specific to your industry. It’s important to store and organize these pieces in your home office in a way that makes sense based on the available space and frequency of use. Investing in a sturdy desk, rack and shelving with adequate storage is a necessity. Keeping this expensive equipment off the floor so that it isn’t a trip hazard, doesn’t get broken and operates effectively is essential. Only the most frequently used equipment needs to be on or near your desk. Those items that you don’t use as often can be further away from your desk.

Don’t Forget Your Smaller Electronics

What do you do with your phone and tablet while you are working? For many people, these are essential tools during their workday. Create a charging station for these smaller items. Label the chargers and store them in one location so you aren’t wasting time untangling a bunch of wires every time your phone needs to be charged. The bonus to a charging station is you will always know where your tablet or your phone is!

Maintain Firm Boundaries

It’s not uncommon for your home office to become home to other electronic devices, such as gaming systems and DVD players. These items need to be stored elsewhere in your home if your office is not a shared space. Another issue you may have is storing items that no longer work or that you no longer use. Old cell phones, palm pilots that are no longer used, a computer that you used before you upgraded – these items are taking up valuable space in your home office! Stop adding to the clutter and set time aside to donate, recycle, or dispose of them properly.

There are a few important tips to remember when organizing a home office – every item needs its own space, keep like items together, and get rid of items that no longer serve a purpose. Following these home office organizing tips will free up space and decrease clutter in your workspace. For more hands-on support, reach out to your NYC Professional Office Organizer!

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