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1.A brass table lamp so your motivation never suffers from dim surroundings if you have very little natural lighting. Plus you'll stay alert if you have to deal with any late night emails.
2.A corgi mouse pad for making long WFH hours feel a little less ~ruff~ by providing plush carpal tunnel prevention. Sadly he can't do your work for you due to more reasons than just opposable thumbs. But he's good company!
3.A USB charging station that'll keep all of your devices in one place and directly where you need them. You can get up to ~seven~ ports so you don't need to use every outlet in the room (a little distracting).
4.And! A set of cord organizers to keep all your cords in one neat pile and out of your dang way while you try to focus. Decluttered desk = better mindset.
5.A Blue Bottle cold brew bottle, because this'll make sure much-needed caffeine is readily available at all times of the day. If your life has felt a little emptier without your old 2 p.m. iced coffee runs, you have your solution.
6.A rainbow pen organizer so you can put an end to desperately digging around for a pen every time you need to jot something down during a video meeting.
7.A set of daily planning sticky notes for a super easy way to get more organized. You can list out your to-dos in order of importance (and check 'em off) so even incredibly busy days feel more manageable.
8.A document holder that'll keep important memos that you REALLY can't forget about, lose, or straight-up ignore right in front of your face. If your dog is interrupting you every two minutes, this'll be an easy to way to keep track of priorities.
9.A Google Wi-Fi device to ensure everyone in your home can rely on fast and uninterrupted internet, even if you're all working at the same time (probably). It provides a stronger signal than your traditional router and can be shared by multiple devices at once — aka your video conference won't buffer for 15 minutes anymore.
10.A PopSocket phone stand, because this'll help you prevent yourself from religiously checking your texts, instead of doing your work. Your notifications will be much easier to quickly read...just maybe mute that group chat for now.
11.An HP black ink cartridge so you're fully stocked now that your printer is probably getting more use than ever before. There's nothing worse than running out of ink *righttt* when you need it most — better to be prepared.
12.A set of drawer-organizing boxes for keeping your *desk* drawer from turning into a new *junk* drawer. These'll make sure everything has a proper place — and will keep it that way.
13.A productivity planner inspired by the Pomodoro method that'll make all your tasks, both big and small, seem more achievable. If you're easily overwhelmed by working in a space outside your office, this'll help break everything down so it seems more manageable.
14.A peel-and-stick dry-erase calendar to easily keep track of your new schedule, while still protecting your security deposit #nonails. If you struggle to feel productive at home, setting deadlines with this can help!
15.A seat cushion, because this'll both improve your posture *and* maximize comfort (hello, memory foam) even if you're currently working with your mom's kitchen chair. Ouch.
16.An electronics cleaning brush so you can keep your keyboard free of crumbs. I KNOW I'm not the only one eating chips over my laptop every day — this'll help us get rid of the evidence.
18.A pair of Marshall Bluetooth headphones that'll successfully block out your siblings' ruckus while you try to work in peace. Not only do these have a 30-hour battery life and super crisp audio, but their cushioned, over-ear pads help muffle any outside noise.
19.An acrylic tray to keep all your documents in one neat pile so you don't always awkwardly search for 10 minutes in front of your entire team on Zoom. At least they can't see your pajama pants that you've worn for a week straight.
20.A desk riser, because this'll make more room on your tiny desk that you've had since high school. Who knew you would ever use it so much again? Sigh.
21.A chic trash can so you don't have to get up every time you finish ANOTHER snack. Working from home requires at least five snacks a day and I simply won't hear otherwise. But now your desk doesn't have to be filled with wrappers.
22.A Capri Blue reed diffuser for combining the refreshing scents of tropical fruits, sugared oranges, lemons, limes, and orchids to feel a little more awake every time you just want to give up and watch Netflix. Energizing scents = clearer mind.
23.A wireless mouse that'll give your fingers sweet, sweet relief from solely using your laptop controls. Just one step closer to making our home workspace feel every bit as professional as our old office.
24.A set of avocado paper clips to make huge workloads feel less ~rotten~ by marking your spot so you can take a break and come back later. Time to go have another conversation with the dog.
25.An adjustable laptop desk, because this'll let you work in different parts of your home if you need to switch things up. And! You can use it as a standing desk to help break up the day.
26.A cozy plaid blanket so you can make your workspace feel just as comforting as your bed *without* actually straying from your desk.
27.An all-in-one desk organizer with three compartments (one big enough for files), removable dividers, *and* cord management openings in the back for never having so much as a pencil out of place again. Clean desk = good work day.
28.A wireless keyboard with a built-in rubber cradle to support devices vertically that'll not only give you a break from your laptop if you're not used to always working on it, but organize all of your other small electronics.
29.A motivating sticker book, because this'll help you make sense of your huge to-do list in a way that feels much more approachable. It even comes with little reminders to take a breath and make time for self-care — important when office hours don't feel set!