Organize Your Home Office Day Link Love

Did you know that March 11th is “Organize Your Home Office Day”? I thought I would celebrate with a little link love. Here’s a collection of resources to get your home office organized and streamlined.

How to Build a Mobile Office and Work From Anywhere: Want a mobile office in addition to your home office? This is a great place to get tips on where to start.

Your Home Office Library (from Anywired): 45+ Home Office Tips, Hacks and How-Tos: A great list of 45 things you can use in your home office’s Home Office Category: A collection of home office articles including how to make a dry erase board with paint, ergonomics, using a mirror to create more light, organizing yourself with a wiki and a tour of an “Ultimate Home Office”.

94 Ways to Keep Kids Busy for the Work at Home Parent: Face it, if you have kids, there will be a day (or two) when you need to keep them busy while you work from home. They might be sick, or it may be a snow day. This is a great list from Wendy at to help you out when it does happen!

The Green Office: Like to reduce waste and use eco-friendly office products? Check out

Hack Attack: The Cordless Workspace (sort of): A very cool idea to minimize cords in your home office. Great idea!

Advice For Setting Up A Home Office – Group Interview: A collection of tips from home-based professionals of a wide range. My friend Ariane is one of them. ๐Ÿ˜‰ (Check out her Organize Your Office Book here)

Enjoy! ๐Ÿ™‚

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3 thoughts on “Organize Your Home Office Day Link Love”

  1. I am so excited about your suggestions for a cord free (almost) office. I am going to IKEA tomorrow and look for that basket. I can’t wait to put it together. I had never figured out how to solve this problem.
    THANk YOU I also checked out the carabeaners (sp) but I like the basket idea with the ties.

  2. I plugged my cords from the computer, the printer, etc into the surge suppressor. Amazingly, it set behind my monitor in the armoire and doesn’t show from anywhere. The surge suppressor cord goes to the plug-in behind the armoire. This is a small armoire too.

    Of course, some might want to use the basket and use the extra space behind the monitor to store other ‘stuff’.

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