desk. Sunday , April 02nd , 2017 - 15:11:29 PM
All of these organizing tips mean nothing unless you use them consistently. The best rule of thumb when it comes to working spaces is to clean as you go. Instead of leaving crumpled pieces of paper on the desk, throw it down the bin at once. Another way to get ahead of the mess is to clearly label files and to return them to their respective organizers ASAP. Leaving them heaped up together will only take returning them to their places longer. The same goes for small things such as your pens, staplers, sticky tapes and notes. Once you are finished with them, return them to their proper places in your l shaped desk.
What's interesting is that the ultimate corner desk is found in offices all around the world today. As a matter of fact, offices purposely create corners for their desks. But they are not called corners, they are called cubicles or "cubbies". In these, the individual worker creates his own little home away from home to help him get through his work day. So maybe the corner is still a subtle form of punishment!
It seems like the classic punishment in school was getting sent to the corner. According to tradition, if you were sent to the corner you had to sit on a tall stool with a dunce cap on. Though I have to admit, even in the 1970's, I never saw one of these. If you were sent to the corner, there you had to stand. Many parents have used this punishment form also, standing with your nose in the corner. But lets face it, if you are sent to the corner today, it probably isn't empty. But has a corner desk in it with a nice computer, such as the latest iMac or PC. Yes, kids today love to sit in the corner.
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