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Office Out Box: With meetings, school, practice, and pets, it's easy to lose track of time on busy mornings. A drop zone is a foolproof way to manage mail that needs to go out the door. Designate two trays -- one for bills to pay and one for outgoing letters -- near the entryway of your home to make sure nothing is missed.
File Folders- Make managing paperwork less of a hassle. Store important notes and documents in brightly colored file folders with color-coordinated labels. Print the file folder labels on adhesive labels and the file tab labels on heavy cardstock or matte photo paper.
Quoted from Better Homes and Gardens: Max out available space in an office closet with adjustable wire shelving. Use open baskets for supplies you access regularly and boxes with lids for infrequently used items. Divide papers to be filed in layered trays and set up file folders for items that require action in the upcoming month.