Tuesday, December 8, 2009
1 & 2 hang a dry erase board or cover area with chalk paint (and get rid of all those post-its). use one notebook to capture to-do's and notes to self.
3. use magazine files to corral projects and magazines
4. line up bins for easy access storage (don't forget to label)
5. place laptop on a stand. it will free up your desktop and make the space feel roomier.
6. move your desk so it's parallel with the wall. your back will now be facing the wall of post-its. now, all you have to do is swivel in your chair to write on your dry erase board. or, if there's room, move the desk forward 3 feet so you can easily access the dry erase board. as it is currently, Tina would have to reach over grab a post it or transcribe a note.
7. pick up a recycling bin (that's larger than the one pictured). i love this one by Simple Human from The Container Store (even has side compartment for separating the trash.