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A Comfortable Space Where Creativity, Efficiency & Productivity Flows

Working from home is hardly a new phenomenon, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made it an unplanned requirement for many. Employers have discovered that they don’t need large office buildings, nor does the team need to be in the office every day wasting hours on commuting.

Many people have set up makeshift home offices for the pandemic that haven’t worked well in the long term. Fortunately, OrganizeU Now can help! Our Kingston office organization specialists can help you create a comfortable, productive space for you to work in.

In addition to having the right equipment, one must also carefully consider the ergonomics of the workspace. If your workspace looks like a tornado touched down, you will be overwhelmed and distracted. Upon entry, you will automatically squash your potential for efficiency and creativity, leading to procrastination.

You need a workspace that will motivate you to jump in at any time, without distraction. This space may be the nerve centre of your entire house! If you work from home, this is where you keep your files, communicate with others, keep track of your schedule, conduct Zoom meeting, do your bookkeeping, etcetera. As well you manage your household’s most important financial, medical and educational documents here. 

No matter your office’s official use, you can’t get much done if it’s a cluttered mess. With an organized system in place you will not have to search for files or navigate through a tangle of wires papers to find your desk. It is vital that your workspace supports productivity and good health over the long term.

  • An Organized System
  • A Clear Desk
  • An Inviting Filing Cabinet
  • Office Equipment & Accessories Positioned for Optimal Ergonomics
  • An Organized Calendar & TO-DO Lists
  • An Organized Computer
  • Organized Digital Files & Apps
  • Orderly Desk Drawers, Cabinets & Storage
  • To Set the Tone:  Shelving, Carts, Tables, Lamps, Furniture, Decorations, Stationary, Art

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