We live in a material world. Whether you’re working in an office, or a student in school, your life probably hasn’t become so digitized yet that you don’t have at least a few too many papers rattling around. Sometimes it feels overwhelming to make sense of all the clutter we’re exposed to on a daily basis. Yet a majority of Americans claim to judge their co-workers based on how organized their workspace is. The time we spend looking for things amidst all our clutter costs corporate America $177 billion annually. The average American office worker uses 10,000 sheets of paper a year, and all this clutter is piling up towards a dire and undesirable conclusion.
In the face of this avalanche of content and carbon, we’ve pulled together some ideas for ways you can keep your multitude of papers well-or