organization

I've let my mess go
174 entries
Started Jun 8, 2020
justin

Have been thinking of ways I can just keep one desk for work and play and other uses. I don’t know of a good way for a desktop computer Setup to be “multi context” without having To move everything all the time.

Do I need to look into cheaper swivelling arms that can swivel out of the way, and put everything onto those? I could also utilise that pan holder I have so that all input devices can be stashed easily.

One thing I’m looking for is the ability to spread out on my desk and have a bunch of papers onto it. @InternetVin had mentioned recently about printing out articles to read, and I really enjoyed it when I had a full table to use. Now that I don’t, I find it a lot harder to get into that mode.

Another option would be to use temporary tables like a folding table. This could be put away every day, and could be used for laptops, reading, eating.

This is the only closet I have now, even for clothing. I also can’t put too much on top of the heater, as thats probably not a good idea.

I’ve recently started paying for a storage unit and I think it makes daily life a lot simpler. Maybe it’s just a cheap transition until I get less stuff, but right now it’s eased the pain of moving into a smaller place.

Things looking much nicer now. I feel like the basis of a good work setup is in place.

Switching locations has really forced me to pare things down. I like where I'm at currently. Thing feel much cleaner in a studio. I feel like having everything I own in the space of a studio makes it easier to make decisions on what I want to add or remove.

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