If your office has become home to more files, folders and documents than you can figure out what to do with, it might be time for an office declutter.
Working in a disordered environment can cause stress, anxiety, a lack of focus, wasted time and added costs, not to mention potential health risks.
If you’re tired of working in a cluttered and chaotic environment but you just don’t know where to start, I’d love to help.
Believe it or not, organising paperwork and sorting through files is my thing. I love it and I can get lost for hours restoring a tired and messy workspace into a tidy, structured and productivity-inducing haven.
Don’t put it off any longer. Your future self will thank you.
How does it work?
What does it cost?
Why should I do it?
I’ll come to your office to assess the situation, then give you an idea of how long I expect the job to take. I charge an hourly rate, so my estimate will give you some idea of the cost.
As well as sorting through the clutter, I can give you ideas for:
Improving existing systems
If you’d like, I can even work with you to implement these ideas or handle them completely.
This is a local service only. I’m based in Ely, Cambridgeshire.
Improve your state of mind: It’s important for mental health
A chaotic, unorganised office can be frustrating and stressful. Not only is it hard to find things, but it can cause distraction and anxiety. Remember: mess equals stress.
Create a good first impression: Appearance matters
Show your visitors that you’re organised, structured and productive. A messy office portrays the wrong image and can harm your reputation.
Save time and get more done: Make life easier for everyone
Take away distractions, make it easier to find things, have more room to work, and create the right culture. Mess breeds mess. Set the right example.
“Sadie is brilliant at getting stuff done and to a very high standard. She is very good at sorting out documents and to a very high standard. I would have no hesitation in recommending her as your assistant – virtual or otherwise. I have always known of her to be very diligent and honest.”