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My New Uncluttered, Organized & Efficient Office

Posted on the 29 April 2011 by Classycareergirl @classycareer
I did it.  Well almost.... I made it halfway through uncluttering my life in one week.  I re-organized my wardrobe, office, kitchen and bathroom and it feels amazing.  I highly recommend the book Unclutter Your Life in One Week by Erin Doland.  I don't recommend doing it in one week though unless you call in sick for 5 days. I am still working on my living spaces, productivity and home offices but I hope that this inspires you to do some spring cleaning. 
My office was the first thing I tackled after reading this quote from the book, "Your office sends messages about what kind of a worker you are.  Having a chronically disorganized office screams, "I am an ineffective worker!"  This may not seem like such a big deal, but these perceptions can end up having a negative impact on your career.  Gulp...Now check out my new and improved office!!  
BEFORE:  Way too many papers to organize, shred, recycle and file.  You need me to find what paper?  Fat chance!  It's lost....  My New Uncluttered, Organized & Efficient Office
AFTER:A place for everything and everything in its place.My New Uncluttered, Organized & Efficient Office
My New Uncluttered, Organized & Efficient OfficeMy office mate moved out of the office but left her crap belongings all over this bookcase.  I trashed it all and brought in my favorite business books to display.  Love it!  But, it's a little bare...any ideas for my bookcase?My New Uncluttered, Organized & Efficient OfficeAnd one of my favorite suggestions from the book Unclutter Your Life in One Week, a checklist to reference before you leave the office everyday.   My New Uncluttered, Organized & Efficient OfficeNext week you can see my new and improved closet!! I will spare you from my bathroom photos though...even though I am extremely proud of my toilet paper organization! :)
Have a great weekend everyone!!

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