Steps for Creating a Paperless Home Office

Productivity Bits

We’ve all been there: Keeping and storing documents that we deemed important throughout the years only to walk into the home office space one day and see a mountain of papers staring back. This can be magnified ten-fold if you work from home. Going paperless is not only better for the environment, but it can make you more productive. Creating a paperless home office is a two-part process. Start with one section of your office and evaluate every document.

The Benefits of Making Eco Friendly Improvements to Your Home Office

Eco-Office Gals

In the effort to make your home more eco-friendly, over the course of the year, you have installed double-paned windows, purchased some energy-efficient appliances, installed some low flow showerheads and purchased an electronic thermostat. As you’ve been giving your house the once over, you realize that you’re pretty much all set; except for your home office. Recycled products are good for the environment.


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How to Make Working From Home Sustainable

Eco-Office Gals

If you’re working from home, you’re already on the right track to a sustainable workplace. If you aren’t working from home but plan to do so soon, here are ways you can improve your remote work’s eco-friendliness. Eco-Office Gals

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Eight Ways to Eliminate Paper and Clutter in Your Office

Ian's Messy Desk

The post Eight Ways to Eliminate Paper and Clutter in Your Office appeared first on Ian's Messy Desk. Working at a regional head office, we see a lot of paper. Keeping your desk and files clutter–free in a paper–filled environment isn’t easy, but a little planning and a little technology can help. It’s probably safe to say that a huge percentage of the paper that enters your office can be discarded right away. Organize your office heart.

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Here’s What Millennials Want When They Buy A Home

Dumb Little Man

There are, however, some key differences in what Millennial home buyers want, compared with the previous generations. Millennials Want To Own Homes. While the previous generations had the American Dream, Millennials consider having their own homes as their biggest dream. The key difference between Millennials and other generations is that they don’t see home ownership as permanent. Millennials Shop For Homes Differently. What Millennial Home Buyers Want.

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Featured Soloist Burton Kelso: “Putting Yourself First Is the First Secret”"

The Solopreneur Life

Type of business: On-Site Technology Repair and Support for Home and Businesses. I took the time to think about the type of equipment I would need for my business before I purchased it. Every day I see many businesses (big and small) purchase equipment without thinking about the long-term aspects of those purchases. With the exception of my computers, the equipment I purchased for my business lasted many months after my first 10 years of business.

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19 Work From Home Success Secrets to Eliminate Distractions & Get More Done!

Stephanie LH Calahan

There are more professionals working out of their home now than ever before. Working out of your home can be a blessing and a curse at the same time. Today we will cover 19 tricks or tips to make working from home. Create Your Office Space! One of the most important steps I did when creating my business was to create a REAL office space! and within a couple of months - redecorated our guest room to serve as my husband's new office.

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Work-Life Balance 2.0 and Small Business | THE SMALL BUSINESS BLOG

The Small Business Blog

Concentrate on your business, not your office. For all your IT supply needs in your home and in your office. WinWeb – Your Office Online Simply the best way to manage your small business! WinWeb TV Free Small & Home Business Videos for you. Other Great Business Blogs Social Media for Business WinWeb Pitch of the Week – Martin Everard Benefits Of Building A Home Business Is There More Financial Hardship To Come? E-Mail me or follow me.

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