Your home office is a mess. Scratch that. It’s a hot mess.
Important files have crayon doodles on them. Legos and wooden blocks litter your floor. And you have no idea where you placed the stapler.
Momaha recently spoke to organizing expert Donna Smallin Kuper, author of a dozen books on how to declutter and get organized including her latest The Secrets of Professional, and begged her for tips.
Work-at-home moms and dads can stay organized, she said.
Home is rapidly becoming the new workplace as even the single largest U.S. employer, the federal government, increased the number of its teleworkers by more than 200 percent between 2011 and the end of 2012, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community survey and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Kuper explains how to designate an office space in your home, maintain regular hours, use technology to keep yourself organized, store files electronically, and define and organize work time space.
Click the video below to hear what she has to say: