"Where did I put that file?", "Wasn' t there a filing cabinet here?", "Where the hell did my bill book go?"...If these phrases sound familiar, you've got a serious problem. As a space dedicated to working from home, the office can quickly turn into a shambles. With paperwork piling up, unsuitable or inappropriate furniture and a poor spatial layout, having an office can be counterproductive. Is it serious? Yes. Fatidic? No way. This article was written just for you.
1- Investing in storagespaceDon't underestimate the clutter capacity of A4 sheets of paper.
Make this mistake and in the blink of an eye, you'll be drowned under a white mountain.Vintage, storage boxes allow you to keep your files in style. More modern, hanging shelves offer the advantage of being accessible in seconds. No doors to fold down, no boxes to open. If you have enough space, choose a desk with integrated storage to match your office space.
2- Get Desk AccessoriesRabbit-tailedpaper clips have not become popular just because they're fashionable. When you're drowning under a pile of orders, you'll thank heaven for having invented these gadgets...Diaries aren't just for general managers. They will allow you to keep an eye on the progress of your projects and stay one step ahead.
Likewise, stock up on binders. These large stationery items are unbeatable when it comes to putting your files in order.
3- Buy a (real) office chairYou're going to spend many hours sitting at your desk. Scoliosis, lower back pain and swollen wrists don't only affect others, because prevention is better than cure, invest in a real office chair. Not a living room chair, not lawn furniture. Be kind to yourself and think about your health. Professionally designed office chairs are available at all prices and in all styles.
No doubt you'll find one that will fit perfectly with the natural look you've taken care to install.