When I moved into my current apartment I promised myself I would set up an office space. A year later I did but now it’s more of a damping ground than working office space. I got a really lovely desk from Argos but now I feel the need to change it up. At the moment great solid oak furniture for the house is most appealing. I am also looking at changing up my chair as it gives me the worst back ache ever. Sometimes I sit in it for so long I only realise how long when my back starts to hurt.
With all of this going on and back to school becoming a reality Day in and out, I need change. I have been looking at items that will make my new office space a place I can work and be comfortable. A place I can be productive and work on achieving my goals and create new ones.
New chair – whilst a desk is just as important I feel the type of chair one has, has even more impact. The chair I have cost a mere £9.99 self assemble from Argos, it was something I could afford then and needed it quick. I wasn’t thinking about my comfort, back alignment nor durability for me it was a quick fix. A year plus later and this quick fix is giving me back problems and now I prefer to work on the floor than my desk.
New desk: The desk as I said I wish to replace when I can afford it. The bottom drawer has given way and now I have no way to close it. It’s annoying bumping into it all the time and it has made other drawers lose too. I am in desperate need of a replacement but back to school puts that back on the wishlist.
Back to school definitely calls for new stationery like cute stickers, marker pens and highlighters. I have a few notebooks untouched but could still do with some more for good measure. It’s funny that I have so many pens