Organizing Your Office

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Organizing an office is as simple as designating areas for pencils and paper and using a shelf for books. Learn how to end chaos in an office and give it some order with tips from a professional house cleaner and organizer in this free video on... View Video Transcript

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Ann Myrick

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Hi, I'm Ann Myrick, and today I'm going to show you how to organize an office. The important thing - I'm a big container person, I think if everything has its spot, it's always easy to keep a room more organized. And so I would say whatever it is you like, if you like baskets, if you like interesting containers, let everything have its place. I also like to label. Put all pens in one area, put pencils in another area, put paper in another area. So in organizing you want to put everything in its place, and have a place for everything. And so you just want to slowly start looking at, as you look at your office, you look at the areas and say how could I make this better, how could I make the bookcase look more organized. Are there too many - do I have too many books where I don't need so much display but I need all my books up there. Or, do I have things in my office that really have no reason to be in my office? So I would say concentrate on if you have a small office and there's a lot of extra items in it, that you don't need, get those out. And then try to decide what's in your office that you really need, and what's in your office that can either go into another room, go to Goodwill, or go into the trashcan. Because I think a lot of people keep things that they really don't need. Paperwork, things that are just really taking up space that you don't need. This is Ann Myrick, and that is how you organize your office.