Hello again, savvy savers! For this weeks Organizational Ideas post, I want to share with you one of the ways I have found to organize the little things in my home office and workshop, my rolling workstation cart.
I purchased my unit from Amazon.com, and I can honestly attest that I use my workstation daily! I am able to store many smaller, but needed objects in my home office by category, all within easy reach during the workday; I use the drawers to separate stationery and letterhead, review samples, coupons, business notices, promotional offers for my blog, sweepstakes and giveaway items, and so much more! I also have a second cart which is used solely for my ETSY shop supplies and Scentsy items, as I am also a Scentsy Consultant, and run an online ETSY shop! Another bonus? I can use it to work from my laptop or iPad, making switching from work to my other online ventures quick and easy! I also love that the cart is roomy, durable, and easy to guide!
By in large, I would say that the reason I love this cart the most, is that is is mobile! In warmer, fair weather seasons, I roll my cart and laptop to my patio, and can wirelessly work, as well as if I want to take my cart from my home office to say my den, living room, or even downstairs to my workshop, I can easily do so! Keep in mind, the carts are not cheap, but as my grandmother always said, you get what you pay for! The acrts run around $100.00, and you may be able to find smaller units at your local craft, warehouse, or office supply stores (with coupons), but if you prefer to shop online, as I do, consider investing in this cart for yourself; another savvy tp would be to save Swagbucks or Amazon gift cards rendered from Crowdtap or online survey sites as well, to apply towards the purchase! Also note, this cart can be deducted from Federal Taxes, if used as a home office, school, or business-related expense, so be sure to save and file away your receipts!
So, that’s just another way I personally have found to help keep my home as organized as possible!
Here’s to organizing!