How to Organize Office Files

When your work documents pile up around you so much that it starts to resemble a cave system, you can either become a spelunker or you can clean it up. Ann Nagel can help you with the latter.

Clean It Up

She says there are only three things you can do with papers: file them, act on them, or toss them. File your paperwork at least once a week and mark important info like the date and outcomes of the paperwork. Keep your actionable papers in one spot and subcategorize them if they pile. Toss anything that you know does not serve a specific purpose. Undergo an annual process of archiving to ensure things never pile up too severely. For more details, you can read Nagel’s full article here:

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