November 11, 2014
Arranged Working Desk
From the pretty, curated, beautiful, inspiring and super clean pictures I usually choose to illustrate my blog posts you may easily assume that I am a neat, super organized and tidy person, which couldn't be further from the truth. Though I love seeing everything prettily put together and clean I am most likely disorganized and that is mostly unmotivational in terms of creativity. I am struggling this battle for long and through preserverance I am finally notoriouly getting over this big issue. Considering that many of us spend more time at our desks than is reasonable, to be before an inviting, pretty, organized working environment is a major step towards increasing productivity [clutter being its biggest enemy]. Either at home or in an office, no matter how many excuses you may give yourself and others not to have a neat desk [your workspace may lack space, or you may not have the desired funds to improve your set up, or you are so busy that you still haven't had the time to spruce it up...] just remember that you can actually upgrade it in small steps every month- a vase with fresh flowers, mugs/ cups with your pens/pencils/ scissors/ markers/ clips, a beautiful notebook, nice stationery, a scented candle, a cute tray, a pretty lamp, coloured sheets of paper in a pile with an original paperweight on top... Both your desk and your mind will thank you.