1. Keep it clean.Electronics attract dust! Dust and clean frequently, and try a product like Mrs. Meyers that is free of harsh chemicals and relaxing scents like, lavender.
2. DeclutterLimit what you have on your desk, and use organizers to combat paper pile up. Keep it simple and don’t over decorate.
3. Don’t turn your back on the office.If possible arrange your desk so your back isn’t turned toward the cube opening. If that is not possible hang a mirror to have a view of what is going on behind you.
4. Make it functionalArrange drawers so that everything is easily accessible and flows by order of usage.
5. Ditch the chairOpt for a standing desk or use a fitness ball to reduce back pain.
6. Bring in small potted plantsCombat stuffy and stale air with potted plants. Some recommended choices include:
- The Peace Lilly is one of the best indoor air purifiers and is tolerant of low light settings.
- Bamboo (Dracaena sanderiana) will turn any space into relaxing sanctuary, and it’s so low maintenance it only requires stones and water to flourish.
-The African Violet is a great option for a pop of color and will flourish under florescent lights.