Is your desk cluttered with papers despite the illusion that our lives should be paperless? Well, lucky you if you keep a neat desk. Okay, so where’s the Annie tie-in to flower or flowerless? In the mist of all that workspace chaos, it’s important to have that slender rose (no fake, plastic stuff) or a live potted plant to nurture during the workday.
The Thursday morning question is - do you keep a vase full of flowers or a live plant growing in your workspace? I digress to a rerun from last year’s archives http://blog.bilowzassociates.com/2011/03/wallflowers.html about office cubicles getting smaller. If you’ve been unlucky on that side of the coin and your cubby shrunk, bringing the plant world indoors to that tiny spot where we spend a good portion of our lives is just as important as finding solace in a garden space outside of work.
Again, the Thursday morning question is - do you keep a live plant or a vase of fresh flowers in your workspace? If not, it might be a good lunch break task. With that closing thought, I think it’s safe to segue into a simply brilliant quote by George S. Kaufman. “Office hours are from 12 to 1 with an hour off for lunch.” It’s almost Friday, isn’t it?
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