Organize Your Office in an Hour

Okay, seriously? If you can organize your office in an hour, you are WAY more organized than me. And, if that’s the case, why are you here? You were probably led her for another reason, so stick around and click on stuff.

That being said, there are areas of your office that you can organize in an hour, and today I spent an hour organizing my paperwork.

You see, I’m a massive note-taker, and my hack is to just use 8 1/2 by 11 PIECES OF PAPER for quick notes. I have POST-ITS, too, but those are really for reminders rather than notes. Why do I take notes? Because I remember the things that I actually write down. Usually. Maybe 80% of the time.  

Today’s Things

8 1/2 x 11 paper
Post it notes to organize your office
spiral bound notebooks to organize your office

Ahhh, you saw that I added the spiral bound notebooks, eh? 

Yeah, I grew up in the 80s, so I’m a bit old school on this. Yes, I’m super techy, but my friends, sometimes it’s about simple and not systems. Or wait, maybe this is a system. I just know that there are some things that I can do on my computer, and other things I do the old-fashioned way.

But, this is about organizing, right? So, here’s my thing: 

The posts-its are reminders. The paper is to take notes. The notebooks are to map out ideas and courses and training and all the things that I have in my head. They come in different colors, so I can use them for different things. Oh, and I also use them to take notes during all of the courses I take on THE ECLECTIC ENTREPRENEURS. If you haven’t checked THAT out, do so now. 

Go ahead, I’ll wait. 

It’s important. If you are hanging out with me, you will need this kind of training. 

 

Today’s Training

There is a course that I love on The Eclectic Entrepreneurs called Crush Your Clutterbug with Confidence by Heather Elizabeth Clark. She’s the queen at this, so I suggest that you grab her course (and 99 other courses my friends have created) right now.

That’s it for today! By the end of this series, I will have mapped out 100 Things that Changed My Life for you.

Then, I’m going to put it all in a book for you to read when you need inspiration. Thanks for playing!

Heather E Clark
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