There are four very different clutter personalities, the Procrastinator, the Overthinker, the Saver, and the Hider, according to NBF’s Clear the Office Clutter website. If you’d like to find out what your clutter personality is, take the Clutter Personality Quiz. Take your results and find tailored solutions to your clutter challenges in the free “Clear the Office Clutter” e-book, which offers easy solutions for not-so-neat offices that can lead to a more productive 2019. “Organizational products are important to make a space functional, but they should actually be the last step when putting your space in order,” notes professional organizer Liz Girsch with Neat Method, a national company that custom designs and organizes home and office spaces. “Understanding your clutter personality will help determine a strategy that you can live with; then you can better select products that complement your design.” Reject the urge to print every piece of paper; save electronic versions instead.Cash In On That Mess!Before you start cleaning up that clutter, or encouraging your co-workers to do so, make sure to document it by taking a photo. In an effort to help those with a case of the office clutters stay on track, National Business Furniture is holding a #ClearTheOfficeClutter contest for a chance to win $5,000 in office furniture.
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