What's on My Desk?

April 7, 2018

Your workspace should be clutter free, yet efficient. Check out what's on mine! Only the necessary items can remain atop my desk.

 

 

 

 

Yes, I am somewhat of a neat freak but I also believe in doing what makes sense. On my desk you'll find important items within arms reach and a few items that help me to remain ergonomically correct.

 

1. Paint Supplies

 

 

 

My absolute favorite activity is creating. Throughout my life, I have always had some form of creating or expression in the forefront. There was a brief period during my career in corporate America where I totally let go of all things fun in exchange for insane hours and mounds of stress. I keep my art supplies near: 1. As a reminder to make time to paint and 2. So that I already have supplies ready to get started!

 

 

2. Connection from MacBook Pro to 24 Inch Flatscreen

 

 Having two screens is EVERYTHING! Especially because my second screen is 24 inch. Some tasks require having multiple windows and it's great being able to see everything I need to see at the same time. The new Macbook Pro has a unique USB C so an adapter is required to connect to pretty much anything else. 

 

The one in the link below is the one I would have purchased had I not needed the one I have right away (purchased from Best Buy).

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. White Out Tape, Notes, Cuticle Oil

 

 

 

The first two, white out tape and notes, are obvious. I keep white out tape around because I despise scratch outs!

 

The cuticle oil is more likely to be used while I'm working and I know it will have time to absorb as I type or design. There is a huge difference when I use it vs. when I don't.

 

 

 

4. Daylight Lamp

 

 

 

After doing some research, I decided to replace my normal, 60 Watt bulb desk lamp with a full spectrum, daylight lamp. What a difference! I noticed that it helps me stay up longer and my eyes don't burn out as much as they used to. By burnout, I mean that dry burning sensation you get after working for WAAAYYYYY too long. Be kind to your eyes and get some fake daylight!

 

 

 

 

5. Macbook Pro

 

 

 

I was team PC for a very long time. Then I got a Macbook and my life changed forever. If you have one you know. If you don't, imagine a lag free/spam free/virus free/non-slow with multiple programs open working oasis.

 

 

6. Wrist Cushion

 

This bean bag like wrist cushion helps relieves aches from being on the computer, cell phone, and iPad all day, every day. I travel with it.  

 

 

7. Screen Height Boosters

 

I found a way to put my cell phone packaging to use! Computer screens should be eye level. Your neck should not be stretching up or tilted down or you risk having back issues. In order to boost my flat screen to the appropriate height, I set them up on the boxes my cell phones came in.

 

 

8. Tall Cup

 

 

No, it's not for drinking. I keep this cup upside down on my desk so while I'm using speaker phone I sound clear to the person on the other end and remain hands-free. (Clever, huh?)

 

 

9. Shungite Pyramid

 

This one is a new addition. It's only been a few days, but I think maybe I am feeling a difference. The benefits are supposed to be great overtime. 

 

  • A pyramid amplifies and focus the energy through its apex. The shape of the pyramid also enhances the properties of the stone it is cut from

  • Shungite is called The Stone of Life and is said to eliminate and absorb all that imposes a hazard on people and living beings, and to concentrate and restore all that is helpful for a human being

  • It also shields harmful electromagnetic radiation of any origin like computers, microwave ovens, TV sets and mobile phones

     

     

 

 

 

So what's on your desk?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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