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Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

Organize: The Office

Ali

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Office Organization
Cubicle land? Open office with no privacy or personal space? Home office action up the wazoo? Surrounded by filing cabinets? Drawerless? Whatever your situation I’m sure your office space could use a little annual cleaning (beyond wiping off your desktop).

My Design Public desk is drawerless which is a blessing because it forces me to be super strict with what papers and knick knacks I collect. At home though, it is a different story. I have a Steelcase desk (seen above) with drawers large enough for me to curl up in (if needed). It is such a tank it has been deemed “Big Bertha, The Station Wagon of Desks.” The pluses: I can hide stuff in it. The minuses: I hide too much in it (a.k.a. massive piles of chaos). Again, along comes Emily Wilska to the rescue. In our Storage and Organizational Guide Emily helps us tackle the unnecessary office piles. Go, Emily!

  • Organize: The Office
  • The organized life Emily Wilska is an Inaugural Certified Professional Organizer and the owner of the San Francisco based company, The Organized Life. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), and the Director of Professional Development for the NAPO-SFBA Chapter. She is the Editor of the BellaOnline Organization site, the chair of the Scheme Committee of the Board of Certification for Professional Organizers, and the Editor of the NSGCD‘s newsletter, The Chronical. Emily is also the author of Knack: Organizing Your Home.

    About Ali

    I enjoy wood paneled station wagons, German food and senior citizens (I am 80 years old at heart). Nearly every weekend I am taking photos at other people's weddings and I have a blog of my own (but I don't update it often enough). I love to paint, sew and knit. Check out my DP Staff profile on Hatch.

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