You can streamline, combine, and massage tasks to infinity, but most of us will reach a point where there are simply too many things for one individual to do.
Pros and cons of buying a dedicated scanner such as NeatDesk of Fujitsu, or sticking with a multifunction copy/fax/scan device.
Being a Certified Professional Organizer, I actually enjoy working with paper – I know, I’m strange! Even so, I don’t want to spend too much time on it; like you, I have many other tasks on my to-do list.
Keeping up with magazine subscriptions can feel like homework, so stop them from piling up by giving them an expiration date, clipping the essential articles, or reading online.
We’ve got way to go to reach the paperless future shown in The Jetsons and Star Trek.
There are lots of tools and techniques that can help you go paperless, but what are the best ones? Here are my top choices for creating your paperless office.
Paper takes a lot of space to store, and especially if you’re used to searching for documents on your computer, rifling through paper piles and digging into file cabinets can seem practically archaic!
The final month of the year is here, and for many of us, it’s a time of wrapping things up before the new year rolls around. This year, as part of your year-end wrap-up, consider taking a few moments to revisit the systems that serve you every day, and see if you can improve them.
Finding a unique filing system that works for you is an important step to staying organized!
There are some upsides and downsides to scanning paperwork and saving them onto your computer.