You can lose minutes, even hours, when you really need a document or piece of information and you can’t find it.
In the office, that’s bad news, but, at least, people can see you searching for it – at home? It comes across as though you’re just mucking about on company time.
That means learning to declutter your work environment is an essential skill for success as a remote worker.
Why We Love How to Declutter Your Home Or Work Office
Sarah Adams has written the definitive work to organize your home or work office and we’re so glad that she has.
We’ve always felt that we were pretty tidy but this has taken our organization to a whole new level.
Now, whenever we start a project, we feel confident that everything is in the right place and immediately at hand.
Final Thoughts On How to Declutter Your Home Or Work Office
If you suffer from disorganization, then you need this book. Even if you don’t, you may find that you learn a few tricks that really boost your productivity.
If you need other useful advice to improve your productivity you might want to check out our remote work productivity tips, these excellent podcasts to listen to while working from home and our guide to avoiding burnout.
You can grab a copy online here.