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Show me your desk! Decluttering in progress



A nearly decluttered desk. Surprise, right? I know and there are reasons but lets roll with the line up. It starts with my faithful MacBook Air - this reminds me I must got to the Apple shop as the screws are coming loose. Never had this with my PC laptop.

Next making an appearance after missing for a while is my desk lamp. Yes, I had house guests so one needed a reading lamp in the bedroom for the the duration of their stay. Now the lamp is back. Underneath the lamp is a piece of card which is a mobile phone top-up voucher. Yes, I have a pay-as-you-go sim, its just convenient.

After that is my calculator, very important in my line of work, which brings me to why the desk is sort of decluttered. I had a very bad cold last week, spent a couple of days in bed, dragged myself to the workplace sniffing, sneezing and feeling stuffed. So I decided it was best to work from home otherwise the journey in would do me no good, and run me into the ground. Plus, it would take longer to recover and throw off the cold. My point? Well, I worked from home and therefore had to have a clear desk. My workplace is larger so to accommodate my office notes etc,  and have a work mindset, it cleared. But after work, the desk reverted back to normal on Saturday.

Next is my pencil case or bag with some index card under it which probably relates to my writing. After  that is an eyeshadow brush - not sure what it's doing there, and finally is a coaster which says 'Everything is Good' with a picture of the thumbs up.

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