For those who work from home, one of the major problems is organizing your storage needs. If you are a naturally well-organized person, that's great -- but the rest of us need some good ideas. Check out this quiz to see how you can improve your storage organizing abilities.
Being organized will help you get things done on time.
File things well so you can easily access any particular piece of paper you need.
If you don't pay bills on receipt, but wait to pay them closer to the due date, catalogue them according to urgency.
Readily available and inexpensive storage boxes are readily available at stationery shops and home improvement stores.
Why not? They stack easily and look good.
Marking the boxes would make finding things easier.
It can be if you need to unplug one of the appliances.
Add a label each cord near the plug.
You could divide your mail into four categories: bills, correspondence, outgoing mail and junk mail.
Because it's not safe to simply throw it away, you should shred it.
Go paperless. Get your bills and faxes on line and don't print anything you don't need to.
A computer can be hacked into, stolen or suffer mechanical failure, it is best to back your data up on an external device.
An external hard drive is an inexpensive and portable solution.
You can paint them with chalkboard paint and write everything you need all over the walls.
Only if you want to work in a gray or green environment!
Well, it's really hard to lose a wall.
An electronic valet (a box containing outlets with space for chargers) will keep your electronic gadgets together, charging and organized.
A pegboard is normally used to hang hammers, screwdrivers and other tools, but could be adapted easily to hang rulers, scissors, tape and other common office equipment.
If you attach a small box to the pegboard you can store papers and other objects.
Putting them in magazine storage boxes is a neat, efficient solution.