This camping stove is awesome. We can take it anywhere, have a picnic and make some delicious barbecued food and enjoy the scenery.
My home office was missing a vital component which I’m so excited about fulfilling thanks to Officeworks. A dedicated area for organising my paperwork! Here I will share with you how you can work your dollar harder, and find affordable options and ideas to create your very own organised home office area.
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For under $50, as you can see in the photo above, I’ve got my little cute apple that dispenses my post-it notes, and is really helpful when I’m in a rush and need to quickly jot something down. Also my file stand, easily divides my documents and keeps them tidy and clutter free.
For under $100, I’ve added to my my under $50 items to get more organised. I’ve organised my paperwork including bills, warranties, work contracts, tax info and other important documents, in a huge ring folder. In the pink drawers, I’ve placed receipts. Keeping receipts is a must, so this is an easy way to store them.
Within this budget I was also able to get some stationery. Highlighters, notepads and adhesive notes. I can be a kid sometimes! I bought some of those scented texters. Yum. Strawberry! Makes the filling in of paperwork a treat rather than a chore!
For under $200, including most of the items above, I was able to also purchase a beautiful wooden filing cabinet. I have been looking for an affordable-and nice looking cabinet for so long. I looked everywhere and finally found it. Isn’t it beautiful? I am going to be so super organised, just like I am at work! Yes!!! The top drawers will have all my crafts, like letter stationery, stamps, wrapping paper, ribbons and just miscellaneous, beautiful stationery – I’m obsessed. And the bottom drawer will have all my files.
So excited to be organised at home!
Here are the links of some of the items I purchased from Officeworks.
Officeworks is definitely the one-stop-shop for the organised workspace!
Products were sponsored by Officeworks and I’m absolutely grateful.
If you’re asking yourself, “How do I declutter my home?”, this book is for you.
The big question I ask myself now after reading this fabulous book is,
“Does this item bring me joy?”