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Get your writing spot organized.

Although different people have different preferences when it comes to the amount of organization they need in their lives, many people work better and more effectively when they’re organized. So, clean up your desk, cleanup your office, reorganize the layout of your office, keep your other paperwork separate from your writing, and eliminate clutter.

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