10 Minute Tidy Office Tip 100: Media Storage

by shannon on May 5, 2014

Do you have lots of CDs or DVDs stored in your office? Are they easily accessible or are there stacks in front of stacks? How is your media organized? Do you have it by theme or genre, event, or recording date? Take a few moments right now to determine how you would rather store your media.

If you were to purchase a media cabinet, would you want something that locks, stays open like a book shelf, or is wall mounted? There is a huge range of prices and options depending on how your office is already decorated. Choosing a media cabinet that closes really reduces visual clutter. Most closed cabinets also lock, which further protects your media investments.

Evaluate the space you have to store your media. Remember you can go floor to ceiling if necessary. And when you transfer your stacks to drawers, shelves, or a cabinet be sure to see what you can donate or give away. Keeping your media collection manageable will help you find what you are looking for faster.

You can also greatly minimize the space your CDs and DVDs take up if you choose to store them in a storage case. You can fit hundreds of CDs or DVDs in one zipper binder designed for this purpose. You can put the paper insert for the disk in the file as well. Then you can recycle all those cases somewhere that accepts hard plastic for recycling, like BestBuy.

If you liked this tip, download the ebook today for only $2.99: http://www.10minutetidy.com/

Previous post:

Next post: