Fact: behind every computer desk lies multiple power cords and connecting peripheral cables. Usually, not all of them are neat, and in fact- most are a complete mess. Some may even pose a shock and fire hazard. In Part 1 of this series, we learned how to make useful labels for power cords out of file folder labels. This form of organization works to de-clutter and minimize your workspace, allowing for clarity and peace of mind. In this next installment, we’ll take a look at how to make power cord labels out of even more readily available household items: plastic bread tags and duct tape.
For most of us electronic-savvy folk, an excess of loose cables can often get in the way of a clean workspace. When factoring in all the accessories and peripheral devices that each need their own power cords, we most likely picture an unorganized mess. Thankfully, there are easy ways to organize and simplify your area, some of which utilize everyday household items.
Oh the Auto-Lock™ power cords. They are really a dream come true. They plug into any inlet without the hassle of extra hardware or tools and lock into place so you don’t have to worry about any unwanted disconnection. But wouldn’t it be nice if those handy power cords came in color? I mean, the color offers a great organizational tool and looks pretty amazing. But wait! Now they do! Continue reading