The questions about ‘purpose in life’ outweigh the uncomfortable feeling I get looking at a messy desk. This uneasiness is so easily negligible that I don’t think it matters in any way to whatever I’m working on. Now, this might come too heavy to be a reason for my chaotic workspace but it is a part of why I care very less about how my desk looks like.
Firstly, there has been no evidence of this desk on the internet except for the rare verbal mentions. Take my blog for example, I don’t really remember the dimensions of this chaos changing my words here or even the end results of these essays.
Secondly, it’s okay to not be organised.
The grubby desk, a rarely used calculator, sachets of energy powder, a telephone I can’t remember using for a long time and this illuminating screen in the middle. All of this prove to be one giant rationale to the very comfortable occasions I find in the daily pandemonium.
Listen to the first episode of Involuntary Comfort, and let me know what you think. A quick announcement: the next episode has a guest from Bulgaria and we talk about finding the comfort in chaos. So, stay tuned, sit back and relax.