Archive for the ‘Storage and Organization’ Category

Q and A: Keeping Files Organized in a Cluttered Office

Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Many of our products have applications of all sorts, and at times, our customers reach out to us for suggestions on how to use our products. At C-Line, we are always looking to provide assistance and point our customers in the right direction.

Here is a recent question from a customer.

Question

As a sales associate working from my home office most of the time, I struggle at times to keep my desk organized with all the different files I have to keep track of. I look to be as efficient as possible when it comes to sorting customer documents, but I’ve been struggling to find compact file organizers for all the records. Would you happen to have a suggestion as to how I can keep my customer files organized?

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Tip of the Month: Reorganizing Your Junk Drawer

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015

Start the New Year off more organized than you are today! C-Line can help get you prepped for 2016 to ensure your important documents remain protected and easily accessible throughout the year.

The first thing to get in order is your junk drawer. Yes, we know you like everyone else has one somewhere, and whether it is at your home or office, C-Line has the perfect item to sort through this mess.

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5 Ways to Use Shelving Labels in the Classroom     

Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

As parents begin shopping for new school supplies, teachers are starting to envision how their classrooms will be set up for the upcoming school year. C-Line has many storage and organization products that can help teachers get prepared.

The Shelf Labeling Strips, however, can be a valuable tool that teachers may not even be aware of. The 7/8” x 4” labeling strips permanently adheres to flat surface and the inserts can be changed by simply sliding the paper out the side of the holder.

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Tip of the Month: Reorganize Your Workplace with the Mini Binder Kit

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

I have a co-worker, let’s call her Lily, who is very diligent about taking notes. She is constantly taking notes about various things throughout her workday. Notes are taken on everything from sticky notes to scratch paper in an effort to jot down information to ensure it is not forgotten.

I proposed that Lily reorganizes her system of note taking by creating a compact and central location to store all of these random notes that relate to important information. The Mini Size Binder Starter Kit is the perfect tool to use in this situation.
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Tip of the Month: Binder Pockets + Portfolios = Uber Organized!

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

When it comes to event planning, preparation is essential to making sure everything runs smoothly. Although unexpected issues can arise, being organized can help to elevate any stress.

Whether coordinating a corporate event for 500 people or planning your son’s graduation party, paperwork will inevitably pile up and keeping the documents organized is key to staying prepped for the occasion.

What is our suggestion at C-Line? Stay organized by combining the use of our popular Poly Portfolios with Prongs with our new Binder Pockets with Tabs in order to create your very own event planning, on-the-go organizer.

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Tip of the Month: Prep for Tax Time Throughout the Year

Monday, March 9th, 2015

When it comes to tax season, I often find that half the battle is the preparation that occurs prior to meeting with your accountant. Searching for end of the year statements, donation receipts and more can be a time consuming task.

To avoid this last minute scramble, C-Line has a product that allows you to organize documents throughout the year without taking much time to file the paperwork.

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Upgrade Your Filing Style

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

After becoming familiar with using a product, sometimes people will always continue to use it. Organization methods that we learned in school and supplies that we used can be carried over into the professional world.

Products like Two-Pocket Portfolios, which were once used to hold class notes, can still be beneficial when organizing information at work. Although the products work in both scenarios, C-Line has a developed a professional look to separate classroom supplies and office products.

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Top 10 Blogs of 2014

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

It is a C-Line tradition to wrap-up the end of the year by reviewing our favorite blog posts. Take a look at our favorites and share yours with us!

  1. Luggage Tags Help Organize Messy Closet
  2. Security Wristbands Help Indicate Price Levels at Garage Sale
  3. How to Create Your Own Address Book
  4. Teacher Explains How Sorter Keeps His Classroom Organized
  5. Presentation Book Stores Travel Documents for Upcoming Trip
  6. Create an Ideal Coaching Portfolio with the 8-Pocket Portfolio and Dry Erase Sheets
  7. Colored Edge Sheet Protectors Create Sections for Storing Menus
  8. Name Badges Used to Identify Important Things in Classroom
  9. Dry Erase Kits Serve Many Purposes in Classroom Setting
  10. Slider Pencil Case Used to Store More Than Just Pencils

A Before and After Look at the 13-Pocket Ladder File

Thursday, December 18th, 2014

Sometimes the best way to see how a product can be beneficial is to look at how someone stores files or information before a C-Line product was used. To show how valuable the 13-Pocket Ladder Expanding File can be, take a look at “Before” and “After” the product was in use.

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Teacher Explains How Sorter Keeps His Classroom Organized

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

A customer favorite, C-Line’s Sorter is a tool that many individuals use to organize their paperwork. The sorters have different labeling systems on them, so almost anyone can benefit from using it. It even comes in a left-handed version so everyone can easily file!

The sorter is also commonly used by teachers. Initially, I assumed teachers would organize homework and tests alphabetically within the sorter. Although that still would work, I have always wondered what would happen if there were 5 students with a last name ending in ‘C’.

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