Do you work in an office area? Chances are that you do whether it be a home office or company cubicle. Do you find yourself wanting things to run smoother, look better and overall be a bit neater and more aesthetically pleasing? And let me guess- you don't want to have to pay all that much, correct? Good! Then you are ready to try out these 4 tips!
Remember don't take every tip so literally, as it's always up to you to decide what you want to do with your home office or office space. Don’t be afraid to be creative!
Now, let's begin with some basics.
Tip 1: If you're starting a new office space or updating an old one, make sure that everything is in order before you start ordering new ink cartridges or coffee tables or whatever. Get your files straight, your computer cleaned up, and everything in a general order so that when you begin your renovations you will have the right amount of space and room to do what you need.
Tip 2: Are you transferring from hard copy materials to something more internet savvy, like digital files? That's good and overall a much more efficient way to save time and space by cataloguing your hard copy files such as tax breaks, court files, logs, etc. This can be done in a multitude of ways.
First off, you can travel to FedEx or your local copy, print, fax place/shop and get this done easily using their easy to use systems. Alternatively, and arguably the better option of the two, get your own personal, digital, escanner or file machine. These can be bought at local As Seen on TV store (found in malls or sometimes in Walmart) or can be ordered online through auction sites for used versions or new at places like Amazon.com.
Digital escanners have been around for a while, but now more than ever they are being taken seriously and a rise in demand is causing other manufacturers to get in on the action and therefore they make their own. This means that competition is high and that prices are constantly being lowered on a regular basis being the competition is so fierce. So be sure to head over to Amazon.com or some other favorite shopping site so that you may purchase an escanner or digital organizer to scan and store your hard copy files into your computer and thus, update your old office space.
Tip 3: Now that that's out of the way, are things beginning to look a little drab? Well that's okay, head on over to your local furniture store, such as Ikea or Rooms to Go and pick out a new chair (actually, Walmart tends to have high quality, low price office chairs for cheap. Not only that but they are extremely reliable!) or perhaps a new desk with cubbies to sort all of your files that you will undoubtedly need sorted in the weeks to come during busy business hours.
Tip 4: Also, a new, faster computer couldn't hurt. Computer can be built over websites like NewEgg.com for unbelievably low prices and can be assembled to be more powerful (and cheaper as I mentioned before) than the desktops and laptops that you see going on sale at your local computer stores like Best Buy. And while on that topic, always remember you NEVER buy a computer (prebuilt) from Circuit City or Best Buy. Prebuilt computer generally are weaker than ones you can assemble over the internet and have shipped to you and are even less powerful.
So how about you treat yourself and update your office space in an orderly fashion with the tips provided. And all at a costly rate, I can assure you of that! Updating your home office or office cubicle space has never been easier or more affordable.
Liza loves working from her own computer workstation. She knows what she needs in order to do her job efficiently and enjoys her setup, complete with a keyboard drawer, which makes going to work easier for her each day!