On the Hunt for Joy Challenge: Week 21 – Knoll your desk

Feel free to use your archived photos for this challenge since most of us are staying home these day. Stay safe, healthy and happy!

The topic for this week is “Knoll your desk“.   I want to see your desks or place where you use your computer or pad.  You can photograph your desk, or office area, computers, phones, pads, or items on or around your desk.  Do you have to have everything lined up in angles, only if you feel like it.  That perfect would drive me nuts.  Feel free to take new photos or use your archives.

The next few weeks concentrate on small strategies for making your job (or home) a joy.

Tip from Ingrid Fetell Lee:  Knoll your desk:  Knolling, or arranging objects at right angles, is a practice that brings a pleasing sense of order to a surface, particularly a desk or workbench. Line up your laptop, notebook, pens and other tools at the end of each day so that sitting down the next morning becomes a delight.

Feel free to use your photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or even better yet grab you camera and take a new photo!  ENJOY and have FUN.

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My entry for the week

As most of you know I just got a new iMac this past week.  So getting new photos were fairly easy.  And yes, there are a few old one mixed in as well.

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Qi (energy) hugs,

Cee

24 Comments

  1. I was in two minds tonight if I should really share my messy desk – especially compared to yours. Even the paper clips are colour coordinated!
    May I ask you about the word “knoll” you used. I have never heard it (as a verb) and I couldn’t find an explanation. Is it possibly local, west coast? Or slang?

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    1. The word Knoll came from the gal who wrote the 50 Ways to Find Joy, Ingrid Fetell Lee. The only reason my desk looks so clean is that I did clean it up and just getting a new computer helped trememdously. The timing couldn’t be better for me. 😀

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