With the New Year around the corner, what better way to get prepared than to pick up some handy organizational tools. Here are five unusual ones, that work well in small spaces or offer clever features to get your office off to a great start.
I love this organizer. It’s priced under $10 and can be attached to the outer or inner side of your desk, to the wall, or to the backside of your closet door. Handy for files that need to be accessed all the time.. Great for work or for your office at home. If you have kids, these make a great place to store homework and activity items.
This is really handy if you use a whiteboard at work or home. I like this one when doing webinars, as it will hold a bunch of drawing tools, it’s colorful, and I can easily put it anywhere on the board. This handy pocket can also be attached to your desk or metal file cabinet for additional storage options.
This handy organizer is a great place to store the myriad of cords, chargers, tapes, and memory cards you may have around the home or office. The clear plastic covers keeps the dirt out . Fits nicely on a desk, table or hanging on the wall. I keep mine on a shelf in my office closet.
This is a simple way to divide your storage items by year or category for quick retrieval. The color coding identifies specific items quickly and easily. Great for yearly tax receipts, legal documents, or anything you need to find fast and store in a clean container. Included spine labels for instant identification.
Have an empty wall? These unique ledges make a great way to display a picture or knicknacks. Includes unique mounting bracket with built in level for easy one person installation. Install using only a hammer (other hardware included) – average mounting time per item is only 2 minutes! Mounts perfectly level and flush against the wall. Side to side adjustment for exact placement. This is a great place to display your favorite motivational quotes.
All five of the items are available from Amazon and make great holiday gifts. Why not give the gift of organization for the New Year?