It’s important you don’t accept what you have done thus far & stop now.
[pullquote]11th in Series: How to Clean a Messy Office or Office Area.[/pullquote]
Things are looking great. Your genealogy work area whether it’s a corner of a room or an entire office is looking good. The temptation is to bask in its beauty and call the cleaning-the-office project done. And if you do, the stress monster will begin to nag.
Here’s my Still-To-Do List at Beginning of Phase 3:
- Pull out everything under my desk.
- Pull everything out of the five not-so-hidden storage spaces between bookcase & wall (2), filing cabinet & wall, filing cabinet & lateral filing cabinet, and desk & bookcase.
- And I’ve add to that cleaning out desk drawers. I have an L-shaped desk. I’ve already did some cleaning of the two filing drawers in Phase 2. But like almost everything else in my office, my smaller height desk drawers (5) were filled when I moved into the office. And that’s been three years! I admit it. I really only know about the stuff in the first 3-5″ of each drawer.