Charlotte television station features Certified Professional Organizer® who shares advice on boosting productivity at home
The Charlotte Today show invites Candi Ruppert, CPO® on to talk about organization and working from home
Charlotte, North Carolina---February 25, 2020-- Candi Rupert, Certified Professional Organizer® and NAPO® member, made her (now regular) monthly appearance on WCNC’s Charlotte Today show and gave helpful advice on how to set yourself up for success when working from home. Colleen Odeggard and Eugene Robinson, co-hosts on Charlotte Today, started the segment noting how easy it is for the home office to get cluttered and for us to put the “mess out of mind” (Odeggard). Ruppert went on to share three easy steps to get any home office in order.
Ruppert explained why disorganization happens in the first place, “What happens in a home office is you don’t have a supply closet like you do when you work in a regular office. So . . . everything is dumped in that home office and it gets so cluttered that sometimes you just can’t get your work done.”
Ruppert’s first step to organizing your home office is utilizing small boxes to store items like paper clips, pens, push pins. . .etc. A great tip she mentioned was using boxes you already have around the house like old iPhone boxes. Next, she exhibited how she uses magazine holders to organize office supplies like notepads, printer paper, mail, and sheet protectors. Lastly, she finished the segment by advising viewers to categorize important documents in separate binders.
Throughout Ruppert’s Charlotte Today segment, she encourages recycling and sustainable organizing. Those interested in watching the full interview can visit the Sage Organizing Advice Blog post about Ruppert’s Charlotte Today appearance at