August 19, 2017

Amanda Stillwagon


Amanda Stillwagon As Chief Marketer for Small Business Trends, Amanda oversees online marketing, email marketing and social media marketing for the Small Business Trends group of sites.

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  1. Being organized is a life-changing work experience. You can’t measure how much stress it takes away to get rid of the mess.

  2. Valuable piece of advice and some of the best way to handle stuffs at work place,Work from home office is more messier as every activity of grown up kids goes along with you,More Organize the work place more effective the outputs

  3. Aira Bongco

    I really need to let go of paper. I am now drowning in paper and I am at a new office. I need to remove the papers I am no longer using.

  4. Excellent ideas shared to make any office look a clean, at the same time well organized. For these, proper ideas needs to be in place where weekly maintenance & clean up needs to be done randomly

  5. Thanks for the ideas, Amanda.

    I like the corkboard suggestion. I’m also guilty of not using folders, though I have a few about, somewhere. Should rectify that.

  6. Hi all. These are great ideas. If you need in-person, hands-on help with organizing your office or your home, you can call on a professional organizer. POs are trained to work with your natural habits, so that you use your innate skills and the proper products that support the way you think. I am based in NJ but I provide phone coaching support to clients anywhere. To find someone local to you, visit the website for the National Association of Professional Organizers (napo.net) and the Institute for Challenging Disorganization (challengingdisorganization.org). You’ll be very thrilled that you did!

  7. Great article to read, really interesting. Although you could also add to the section regarding archiving old files, that you should although archive or shred of paper files that you’ve hidden in a folder.

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