Writing Space Organization

I was recently contacted by the lovely people at Omni Papers about their infographic on Writing Space Organization (You can find their full article here: http://omnipapers.com/ways-to-organize-your-home-writing-cabinet-infographic/). 

I know that my writing space doesn't exactly fit with what's shown below. I didn't measure up too badly though. I do have a printed quotes for inspiration hung by my desk though. I personally love this poster https://www.etsy.com/it/listing/129178728/writers-write-art-print-author-quote?ref=shop_home_active_17. I have a large window next to my desk for natural light but I've never given much thought to the type of lighting I have. I have have lots of bookshelves, highlighters (and large amounts of other stationary), post-it notes, and other note pads. My desk area is mainly white but I do have light blue accessories so I'll count that one too ;)

I'll give myself a half point for being a tea drinker. I prefer black tea with milk and lots of sugar, but I do drink green tea too. 

I personally don't like to work at a computer standing up. My office chair is pretty basic so I guess I lose points there too. I do have an back massager that fits on it though which does a great job of kneading out tension when required.

I also lose points for not having a plant. I love plants but unfortunately they don't love me and so tend not to last very long in my house. 

Overall I think I measured up quite well. Of course, I don't work at my desk all the time. In fact, you're much more likely to find me in my reclining armchair with my laptop or out on my balcony with my tablet or smartphone. 

What about you? Does your writing space fit the image below? How do you organise your writing space?

ways to organize your writing cabinet


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