It can be hard to focus on the task at hand when your workspace isn’t clean and organized. At Arch Interim Housing, we have the pleasure of working with many St. Louis area professionals who are the best in the business, and are always on the go! We know that busy schedules can make it harder to stay organized, so we’re sharing a few ideas to help keep your office in optimum shape!
Create a Command Center
Whether you’ve created an office space in your new St. Louis executive apartment, or you primarily work from your company’s location, devote a specific space for your to-do lists, paperwork. Keeping these items organized in one spot minimizes the risk of losing important documents or forgetting notable dates. As part of our fully furnished apartment offerings, we include highly quality, versatile desks.
Utilize Vertical Space
Your organizational furnishings and ideas can be limited by the size of your office. Fortunately, our interim housing options are more than twice the size of a typical hotel room, making it easier to create a space designated just for work. Utilizing vertical space when organizing your office both at work and home adds additional space that would otherwise go unused. If your workplace has cloth cubicle walls, consider a variety of hanging tools that require pins that can stick into the walls. You can also keep things like scissors, tape, or files handy by hanging them on your wall in inventive ways that can be found here.
Allow 30 Minutes a Week for Organization
Choose a day every week that you can allot 30 minutes for organization. Make sure to pick a time and day where you can be consistent. If you tend to have less meetings scheduled on Friday, pencil yourself in for 30 minutes every week. Fridays are an excellent option as you can give yourself more “peace of mind” over the weekend and start your week off on a clutter-free note!
At Arch Interim Housing, we work hard to provide the finest executive housing available for our residents, and we know our residents work hard, too!
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