What’s your work space?

desk1This is what my desk currently looks like – something of a disgrace I admit, but not quite as bad as the one I have at work.

I’m going to tidy up and make improvements and see what happens to my work ethic. But I’m curious about people’s desks and what type of environments they find they work best in.

If you have a photo of your work space and are willing to share, please let me see.

9 thoughts on “What’s your work space?

  1. wow, your writing space looks so calm and peaceful looking. I like it. πŸ™‚

    you mentioned coffee in your comments, I agree that that’s an essential and if I could make a constant supply part of the desk itself I would!


  2. I don’t have a camera but if I did you would be able to see the piece of wood I found in a street balanced less than a foot off the ground on a cardboard box full of paint which passes as a desk, boxed in on all sides by the crap I have to fight through to leave my room.

    That, or my big black sketch book and my knees, which also suffices as an adequate work space (portable too…I take my knees everywhere I go).

    My poor spine. When I get older, that guy is gonna be pissed and I’m going to know about it.


    • You should start bribing your spine with beer and face cake now to shore up goodwill for the future.

      Your work spaces sound exactly as I would expect them to be, if it wasn’t for the fact that whenever I think of you working it is in the early morning Berlin sun at a small kitchen table by a window. πŸ™‚


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  4. Hey! nice to bump into you in the slums of Leith today! Like the new look site and blog (maybe not that new but I haven’t checked in in a while).

    My workspace often ends up being on the sofa infront of the TV (muted) – but I find for longer periods – my mind is most productive at the desk.


    • Hiya – thanks! Was nice to bump into you too. Yeah, the muted TV is a pretty good one. I’m bad at working on the sofa though. I find in or on my bed much better – I think the laptop prefers me to recline more than the sofa allows.

      You seem to have a high turn out for someone who has a full time job too, so the desk must be working for you πŸ™‚


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