Written by Karen Bates (last updated July 29, 2021)
If you deal with a lot of documents and papers, odds are good that you have piles of paper here and there around your work space. Maybe you have some important documents that you know you need to hang on to, or an article that you just never got around to reading. You could also have bills, letters, of other information that you don't want to throw out but aren't sure what to do with. Whatever the reason, these documents end up on your desk and keep growing until they are a disorganized mess.
Even the most organized people can still end up with stacks of paper that can quickly turn into clutter. Since having a cluttered work space can make it more difficult to focus and can even become a distraction, it is vital that you learn how to take care of the problem before it becomes downright overwhelming. To accomplish this, you will need to conquer the pile of paper one step at a time.
Your goal should be to file the important documents and get rid of the useless ones that are only taking up space. To set up a filing system for your documents and information, use the following steps to guide you:
Filing your documents is a quick and easy way to ensure that you will be able to find the papers you need. This system will also help reduce or eliminate the amount of paper you leave lying on your desk to clutter up your work space. By filing your papers, you can improve the look and feel of your work space overall.
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