Productivity can be an elusive thing. Especially if you are working from home, just about anything can serve as a distraction robbing you of precious time and putting a pin in your productivity. The laundry is calling your name. The dog is scratching at the door. A child asks for help with an assignment. The list of distractions is long, and time is short. It takes nerves of steel and laser focus to maintain control not only of your workday,
The sentiments ring out again and again. Going back to school this year is like no other. Whether your child returns to the brick and mortar, participates in remote learning or a combination of both, create organizing systems to support a successful school year.
Back to School and Home Again
Remember when going back to school was considered the most wonderful time of the year? My how times have changed! Fast forward and here we are,
If you found yourself suddenly working from home, perhaps you jumped right into the work without thinking much about organizing your workspace. An organized work area, however, is a key ingredient to increased efficiency and productivity.
Working from Home During COVID-19
Working from home has never been more popular – or necessary. Many businesses have transitioned their employees to remote workstations, i.e., the home office. An estimated 56% of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with remote work.
As Massachusetts businesses begin to open and resume operations, though for some in a limited capacity, Sort It Out Boston is happy to let you know, Yes, We’re Open!
We missed you!
As the service we provide in move management and home organizing is very much hands-on, we will continue to apply the safety precautions we have been practicing and add even more, keeping the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone involved as our priorities.
Across the country, and in our home state of Massachusetts, the veil is beginning to lift from the grip of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sort It Out Boston joins the many businesses, locally and nationally, eager to flip the sign from ‘Closed for Business, to ‘Yes, we’re Open!’. Before that happens, we want you to know that we are thinking of you, miss working with you, and hope that you and your loved ones are safe.
While our work is generally hands-on with decluttering,