One of the downsides of working from home is my office can get to looking a little "lived in." Nothing hoarder like, just a little too comfortable for what should be in a professional office.
How do you keep your home office working like an office?
In an effort to keep that under control, beginning today I am blocking 30 minutes out on my calendar to, as the old term goes, "sharpen the saw." A little work on the working area will hopefully be a positive contribution to the productivity of the space and myself. Spending time making sure your space is ready for work is as important as doing the work itself. A good mechanic keeps his or her tools in order and clean, the workshop safe, and everything where it can be found for the tasks at hand. This is a rule we should all follow in our work.
How do you keep your workspace under control? Any tips or tricks you'd care to share? Post them in the comments, please!