Zen garden desk organizer; €121 (plus €10 p&p to Europe), Karolin Felix Dream.
I like this desk organizer not only because it is roomy enough to accommodate the many different types of paper clip I'll have to tirelessly source, but it's basically a set of building blocks so I can spend hours putting it together just so. Every day. It also has room for plants. Which got me thinking...
Haute culture mini garden; $36 (plus p&P), A + R Store.
...sometimes I'd rather watch grass grow than accomplish anything remotely constructive. Now I can. Living walls are the way forward for houseplants; they raise the plants off prime floor and surface space and look super cool. This grass cube is just begging to be stuck to a wall vertically, right in my eye-line.
Block notes; £7.50 (plus p&p), Amazon.
Sticky notes get jobs done. And yes, sometimes playing an impromptu game game of paper-Tetris is a job that needs doing.
Dine Ink utensil set; €18 (plus p&P), Fred Flare.
I thought working for home was going to be all Carrie Bradshaw lipbalm-dabbing and window gazing, but most of the time I'm staring into the fridge eating coleslaw with my hands. These ridonculously clever pen toppers will make a lady of me. A lady I tells ya.
Now, I better get back to
the fridge work.