Organizing paperwork can seem intimidating because we are CONSTANTLY being bombarded with more mail, more papers, papers from work, papers from the kids school-- you name it. The key is not necessarily in the initial organizing and decluttering of papers and documents even though that is important, but instead in the system you implement to KEEP your paperwork organized.
Having functional organizing solutions in place will help you sort through and file current papers as well as future papers. Here are 6 ways to organize your papers and documents:
Organize those piles of papers stylishly. Magazine file folders are stylish and easy to file papers in so there's no excuse for leaving papers out on the kitchen counter.
This desktop paper filing solution is a great way to organize papers you are actively using on your desktop. Easy to reach and easy to put back!
3)WALL MOUNTED HANGING FILES
Use your vertical storage space! This one is great for offices, kitchens, or even by the door. Wherever you typically flip through mail, hang one of these nearby!
4) PRETTY FILE BOXES
No filing cabinet, no problem! Organize files in these lovely file boxes.
5) CARDBOARD BANKER'S BOXES
Perfect for long term, inside storage. Store taxes, business documents, and more in these convenient boxes that can be easily labeled with a sharpie and stacked in the attic.
6) PAPER +CD SHREDDER
Shred as you go to eliminate paper clutter and prevent your organizing solutions from getting stuffed. This nifty gadget shreds paper, CDs, and credit cards.
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