d*s at currency: organizing your home office

by Grace Bonney

Organization is often the last thing I want to think about early in the morning, but it’s a new year, and I’m trying to break myself of my bad organizing ways. I’m embracing using a real desk (instead of my couch) and learning not to put off organizing my inspiration images until I accidentally throw them away, thinking they’re old magazines that need to be recycled. So today I’m loving D*S editor Kate‘s new post over at the D*S blog on Currency. Kate is covering home office organization tips, from foolproof filing systems to paper shredders. She also rounded up some great desktop products for organization, so if you’re looking to get everything in order at home, click here to check out the full post. xo, grace

Click here and here to check out our “Best Of: Offices,” Parts 1 and 2, for more office inspiration!

*Image above from Lauren Nelson’s sneak peek.

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