My wife has gotten into Marie Kondo, who is apparently a big thing. At home, where we have squeezed a house, then a large apartment into a smaller apartment, perhaps it has saved me from leaping over boxes and stuff to get to the kitchen. And to find things in the kitchen.
At my office, perhaps Ms Kondo would silently shake her head:
Perhaps this is what summer is for: reorganizing. I decided to assemble everything on my desk … and near it … in one big pile. Then I can plow through and get to the point where it is relatively clear at the end of every day and weekend.
My insurance company, in one of its motivation/good health programs, also mentioned the importance of a cleared workspace. It seems I can accomplish this in a church. Why is it so much harder in an office?