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Keep Things Simple with a Minimalist Desk Setup

Posted by on November 13, 2020 in Business, Economy, Education with 0 Comments

With more of us working from home than ever before, the issue of desk organization and management has never been more important. There are so many problems that can arise when you allow your desk to start overflowing with all your stuff, whether it’s papers, files, tech or even used plates from Monday’s working lunch. Well, the solution to these problems might be to create a minimalist approach to your desk setup.

For most people, the way in which they organize their desk is about productivity. But it’s hard to be productive when your desk area is completely cluttered up with stuff that doesn’t really need to be there. Research has shown the impact clutter has on productivity, and the impact isn’t a positive one. Feeling surrounded by clutter can also damage your mood and drain your motivation, which is the last thing you want while trying to work.

With a minimalist approach, you’ll be able to spruce up your work area, make it look much nicer and hopefully improve your approach to work. You might even give your mental health a boost by making this change, so what have you got to lose? The infographic below will walk you through the process of transforming your desk setup and achieving a more minimalist aesthetic, so take a look and find out more.


Infographic designed by: Autonomous

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