Farm Office Organizer

By: Simply Organized Solutions  09-12-2011
Keywords: Professional Organizer, Mail Processing, Office Organizer

Are you struggling to keep up with all the paper involved in running a farm business?

There’s help out there to get as efficient and profitable in your farm office as you are efficient out in the barns and fields.

The Farm Office Organizer can now work with you virtually, no matter where you are located.

For more info please check out my


Here’s how the farm office organizer can help you :
  • Turning your piles into files, creating a filing system that will work for your specific farming operation.
  • Setting up a mail processing system and help you develop a paper flow, and making a habit of following through the process with each piece of paper, which will stop new clutter from accumulating.
  • Office set-up, organizing your office does not need to be expensive. Second hand desks, filing cabinets and tables correctly arranged can go a long way towards improving office efficiency on a shoe-string budget.
  • Organizing your e-mails.
  • Time-management strategies.

An organized office saves time, and reduces stress while looking for that #%!!# piece of paper. A structured office, desktop and paper flow improves productivity of the office worker, and gives him or her more self-respect and pride. An organized office also gives more credibility to you and your business. A business-like office has a positive effect on bankers and other business people you need to deal with and impress.

As a professional organizer, I hear it time and time again, I don’t have time to get organized. I can’t help but ask; can you really afford not to?

If you can’t find your desk, need to borrow your child’s stapler or can’t remember the last time you had an effective system to handle incoming paper, then it’s time to contact Mariette the professional farm office organizer.

Did you know?

Detailed records are useful. The best performing agri-preneurs are usually those who keep detailed accounting and production records. Because this is their standard practice, these agri-preneurs are able to determine the best time to expand or diversify their business.

Did you know?

Most people spend 30 minutes a day looking for things. That’s more than 15 hours per month, 182 hours per year, or over 4 ½ weeks of vacation time!

Investing time and money to create an organized office should be just as important as investments in the soil and machinery resources on your farm.

Contact me today to set up a free consultation, helping you take the first step in simplifying your home… your office… your life…

Mariette Bardoel - Professional Organizer

Phone (519) 485-3673

Cell (519) 533-7515

Keywords: Mail Processing, Office Organizer, Professional Organizer

Contact Simply Organized Solutions

Email - none provided

Print this page

Other products and services from Simply Organized Solutions


Virtual Organizing

We make a plan for the upcoming week with “homework” assignments to work on after each session, which are designed to help you take action and reinforce the concepts we talk about during the session. 30 minute calls to discuss your progress address any problems, walk you through new organizing concepts you can implement the coming week, and keep you on track.



Mariette will be happy to share tips and ideas on how to get and stay organized and will be available for seminars to local community groups, be it church, school, women’s club or other organization. Hosting a Home Organizing Workshop with Mariette was a very enjoyable evening. De-Clutter 101 - An interactive seminar geared to women’s groups. I can certainly recommend hosting a Home Organizing Workshop..



Relocating or downsizing, we can help manage the details from preparing for the sale of your home, sorting through years of possessions, deciding what to keep/sell/give, to unpacking and organizing your new place. Create file systems that keep your office running smoothly and efficiently. Design smart storage solutions that take advantage of the space you have. Organize photographs, memorabilia and collections.