is your desk recognizable?


I don’t know about you, but my desk lately, hasn’t been the cleanest for a while.

There are approximately 7 pens lying on the desk, 4 pencil cases, 2 lotion bottles (??), a bunch of markers, a timer, a headphone set, a calender, and even a mosquito spray.  Am I embarrassing myself a little too much?? 😛

As much as I hate to admit it, I just have to accept the fact that my desk is extremely unorganized.  I need at least 10 to 20 seconds to look for something on the desk.  How worse could it get?  There are stacks of files, homework, books on a small corner, and searching through each sheet takes a long time to get one simple task done.  Someone, please help me out of my misery!!

I guess the answer is simple: just clean it.  Easy for me to say, but that’s not how things really are in reality.  I even procrastinate cleaning my own desk.  But I have a good excuse!  I’ve got tons of work in my hands that I don’t have time for cleaning (reasonable??)  I would like to see a neat and organized desk, but that’s most likely not going to  happen until all of my SAT and AP examinations are done.  Neatness just needs to wait a little longer.

Let’s assume that I do get through all my upcoming tests.  Am I going to clean my messy desk?  Well, I should.  Having to have known myself for the past sixteen to seventeen years, I figured that plan might not work out very well.  I need an advice!  A professional advice that can ‘motivate‘ me to become not so lazy about this simple task.

For those of you who do have a messy desk like me, this website is going to help you to recognize your desk like you used to when you first moved it to your room.


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