When you’re organized, it’s that “anything is possible” kind of feeling. And this year? We’re taking tidy to a whole new level with organization all-stars from mess managers to tech tamers — all designed to help you take on everything 2022 has headed your way. More productive, less stress, extra confidence. Now that’s a new you you can look forward to.
First thing’s first: define and declutter. Establish a strong, distraction-free space for a foundation of optimal mental energy and focus. Things like aesthetic storage and a few furniture upgrades can go a long way for renewed motivation going into the new year.
A briefcase that transforms into a portable office when you’re on the go.
A home base for all your daily devices so you’re always at 100%.
Small organizational changes can mean big results for your business. We have smart, easy-to-implement solutions made to set up your team for success, boost productivity and grow with your ever-evolving business needs.
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A tech, phone and pen organizer that attaches directly to your laptop or notebook.
Get everything in order just in time for tax season with this sturdy yet stylish filing box.
Want to get more organized, but don’t know where to start? We did the legwork for you! Download the Staples Connect™ app and discover a curated list of the best items to get you decluttered, destressed and ready to get things done.
Plus the app will show you what’s in stock at your local store, so you’ll find exactly what you need, every time.
Smart ways to keep all your devices under control.
WORKING FROM HOME
Those of us that live in a small apartment or home already know the struggle of trying to fit everything you own into that space. Now, as many of us face the challenge of working from home, we must make room for a suitable workstation as well.
WORKING FROM HOME
Zoom fatigue from back-to-back meetings. The “always on” feature of 24/7 internet access and connection to anyone. Feeling like a slave to, vs. a master of your phone, laptop, or tablet. The seemingly endless to-do lists and projects, and your energy and attention being pulled in different directions. Any one or a combination of these circumstances can lead us to mental and physical depletion or burning out.