What’s in your office?

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I showed you what was in mine, so I think it’s only fair I get to see what you all are collecting in your offices.  Especially because I’m working in a remote office this week and am feeling a little lonely without that trusty Handspring CD. Plus, I got a huge kick about this post and the response about a similar repository of “stuff,” and I thought it would be fun to see what is in your drawers.  Office drawers, that is.

So post on your blogs what you’ve got in your workspace and link to me so I can see it.  Then I’ll aggregate it all.  And then we can all laugh at the junk we’re keeping away from our kids’ grubby hands.  C’mon it’ll be fun.
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What you’re hiding from your coworkers:

Nataly’s cafe hideaway

Robyn’s file organizer

WkSocMom’s tsotchke

Comments

  1. I’m working on it. Promise to have it up by Monday. Pinky swear.

  2. Ooh, fun. I’ll do it tomorrow. I purposely had fewer file cabinets when I moved cubicles so I would get rid of
    my stuff. I keep almost everything electronically, yet every inch of my desk is still full. I did pass
    the fire inspection, but still have a box of pictures under the desk.

  3. Ooh, fun. But I’ll have to do it next week – taking a long
    weekend in honor of pending kindergarten. I purposely had fewer file cabinets when I
    moved cubicles so I would get rid of my stuff. I keep almost everything electronically,
    yet every inch of my desk is still full. I did pass
    the fire inspection, but still have a box of pictures under the desk.

  4. Ha! Although my home is still a disorganized mess in certain areas, I have never been MORE organized than I have been since I had my daughter. When I taught high school, I had crap all over the place–in drawers, various school bags, Meijer bags around the house and in my car, and especially all over my office (which was a fairly good sized room!). I think now that I just have ONE child to worry about and not hundreds since I quit my job, I have more time to devote to keeping my home in running order. Don’t get me wrong, I still spend most of my day playing with my litle girl and running errands. However, when she does take those elusive long naps, I get a second to fold laundry AND put it away. Amazing, I know. I don’t know how you working moms do it. Kudos times infinity to you all.

  5. Okay, you can erase my multiple comments above :) Here is mine in case anyone still cares – I added the purse one too.

    http://notjustaworkingmom.blogspot.com/2007/08/signs-i-should-spend-more-time.html

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