While cleaning clutter, consider how necessary each object is: when did you last use it? When will you use it again? Is it broken? Can you store it?
When choosing whether to keep or discard something, ask yourself: when will I need this? If you can’t think of specific time, let it go.
Free up memory on your hard drive: sort through large files; delete duplicate files or old drafts; edit your photo library; and archive non-essential files.
As the year comes to an end look at ways to get rid of “stuff” and maximize your systems.
Maintaining technology and electronic files is just as important as organizing hard paper files.
Combat clutter with short and long term strategies.
Creating a system to manage the paper flow will help control the pile that can quickly accumulate on your desk, learn about simple steps you can take to maintain organization.