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    23 Products That’ll Help Turn Your Childhood Bedroom Into The Ideal Study Space

    Making virtual school a little less painful.

    1. An LED gooseneck desk lamp that'll help you read the ridiculously small font in your textbook during late-night sessions. The neck is flexible, which means you can angle it directly over whatever you need, and you can choose between either a warm light or a white light depending on what kind of illumination you need.

    A lamp is angled over a book on a table

    2. Some sticky note dividers that'll help you organize your notes, so studying for your midterms and exams will be a little less painful. Just stick a divider in your notes when a new idea or an important theme is being explained and write what it is on the tab — it'll make finding what you actually need so much easier when you just need a quick reference.

    3. A ventilated laptop stand that'll keep your device from overheating and making that sound like it's about to blast off to the moon. It can be adjusted to the perfect angle for your height, so you don't get a crick in your neck, and it has six slots for cords that'll prevent them from getting all jumbled up.

    4. Or a standing laptop stand, if your butt needs a break from being parked in a desk chair all day. It has a spot for your mouse that’ll keep your wrist elevated, and it can also be used while you’re lying down, so you can watch your 8:30 a.m. lecture from the comfort of your bed.

    5. A desk that won't take up too much space, but is still big enough to hold everything you need for the day. It’s made of stainless steel and particle board, and it can also double as a vanity if you need to maximize how you use your space.

    A desk in an office with a chair and a monitor

    6. And some coasters to protect your desk from your morning coffee or your afternoon Diet Coke. Water rings aren't cute, but these little vinyl records sure are.

    7. A power bar with three USB ports and three AC ports that'll charge your laptop and phone while also powering your lamp and fan. It also has a little groove that you can prop your smartphone up in!

    8. A foot rest with an adjustable height that'll work wonders on your achey spine by supporting your lower body. It'll also give your tootsies a lil' foot massage, which improves circulation for when you've been sitting for ages.

    An angled foot rest under a desk with office equipment

    9. A cushioned desk chair, because it's probably where you're going to be spending most of your time while you're working, so it might as well keep your butt happy. The back, arms, and height are all totally adjustable and the back is made of breathable material.

    10. Or a butt pillow that might help make your old desk chair a little more comfortable. It's made of memory foam and uses the heat from your body to mould to the shape of your tail bone, which helps to ease lower back pain when you're on page one of your essay and still have about a million more to go.

    11. A slim monitor with blue-light reducing technology and a sensor that’ll adapt the display depending on ambient light. The stand neatly helps to hide the cables, and it has two HDMI ports that’ll help when you need to switch between devices, like when you need a break from school and just need to play some video games.

    12. A set of monitor panels that you attach to the edges of your screen, so you can leave yourself memos for your day. Whether it's a reminder of a deadline, an appointment, or just a little encouraging note, this little accessory will keep you on your game.

    A clear panel is pasted on the edge of a monitor with sticky notes on it

    13. An ergonomic mousepad with a soft, gel-filled cushion to keep your wrist in a safe position while you're looking for sources for your essays. It also has a non-skid grip on the bottom to prevent the pad from sliding all around your desk.

    A mousepad with a wrist support on a desk beside headphones and a keyboard

    14. And a wrist rest, because hours and hours of typing can make your hands feel like they're about to fall off. It’s antimicrobial, so it won’t start to smell funky after a while, and it’s made of 25% recycled content, so it’s eco-friendly.

    15. A universal keyboard cover to protect your electronics from the inevitable coffee spill that'll happen after you've spent all night cramming and your motor skills aren't the sharpest. It doesn't have any effect on your ability to type and can be washed and sanitized after you've made a mess on it.

    16. Or a keyboard cover for your Mac, if you're a clumsy Apple user. It'll also protect your device from spills as well as dust and scratches to the keys that happen over time. It's also super thin, so it won't interfere when you need to close your laptop.

    A keyboard cover over a Mac keyboard

    17. A little desk vacuum that'll clear up the crumbs from the sandwich you inhaled between lectures. It's USB-rechargeable, which means you don't have to worry about batteries, and to clean it out you just unscrew the lid and toss the debris in the garbage.

    A mini handheld vacuum picking up paper bits

    18. A mesh container to organize all your bits and pieces instead of having them strewn about your desk. It has six compartments and one drawer that'll keep your pens, pencils, highlighters, and Sharpies separated instead of in one mug that low-key looks like a stressed-out mess.

    A mesh organizer with various slots and one drawer

    19. An expanding file folder for hard copies of your notes, essays, and tests, because it's always a good idea to have those safely stored somewhere. Notes on your laptop are great until you spill a giant iced coffee on it and have no way to study for your final exam.

    20. An all-in-one printer, scanner, and copier, because you might not think you'll need one, but there's always a handful of times you desperately need one during the school year. Whether it's printing and signing some forms that need to be scanned back ASAP, or making hard copies of your notes, you'll be grateful you have this.

    A printer on a desk printing a document

    21. A really powerful fan, because taking online tests and midterms always make it feel like a million degrees inside, even in the dead of winter. It doesn't require any assembly and has three speeds that'll cool you down quickly!

    22. A door stop to mount on the inside of your door to prevent unwanted but well-meaning visitors (*cough* MOM *cough*) from disturbing you when you're in the middle of a one-on-one with your prof, or just under a time crunch. It'll give you extra peace of mind for those days when you just need to make sure no one will walk in on you while you're trying to work.

    23. And lastly, some noise-cancelling headphones for when you just desperately need some peace and quiet from the chaos that can sometimes erupt in the house. It uses Bluetooth technology and has about 30 hours of playback time before it needs charging.

    A person wears the headphones

    May you be as excited to go back to school as Nemo is:

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