Clare Kumar shares tricks and products to keep your paperwork organized.
The faster you can make a decision about paper, the faster you can move it off your desk. When you don’t know where a piece of paper goes, it tends to pile up.
Each piece of paper requires a decision: Is it an ACTIVE item to work on, an item to store for REFERENCE, or an item to TOSS.
A. Active: Active files should occupy the easiest to reach places, starting with the desktop, close by shelving or filing drawers. It could be something you need to act on or something you delegate.
B. Where you store information should relate to how often you need to access it. Frequently used items should be a step or two away. REFERENCE materials can be a bit further away in bookshelves or filing cabinets Items you seldom use can be stored more remotely.
C. A big help to reducing paper is to edit regularly and get rid of paper you don’t need. TOSS it! Recycle or Shred depending upon sensitivity or privacy requirements.
Wilson Jones® 1” Recycle Binder = $4.99
Wilson Jones® View-Tab® Dividers, 5 Tab = $3.99
Wilson Jones® View-Tab® Dividers, 8 Tab = $4.99
Swingline® Stack & Shred™ Shredder = $299.00
Swingline® Optima® 20 Electric Stapler = $99.99
Swingline® Optima™ 20 Electric Punch = $149.99
Desk , GALANT Conference Table with A legs, $369.00
Chair, VILGOT/NOMINELL (red), $99.00
Keyboard Shelf, SUMMERA Keyboard Shelf, $12.99
Filing Cabinet, EFFECTIV, Birch, $289.00
Magazine Holders, KASSET Magazine File, $7.99
Recycling Bin, MOTORP Media Box with lid, $19.99
Bankers Box Literature Sorter, $26
Expanding Stadium File, $20.50
For more information on Clare Kumar www.Streamlife.ca
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