Questing For The Perfect Workspace

I write this article on my laptop in bed as I currently have no computer desk(again). I disassembled it in an effort to ensure I don’t tie myself to the functional but counter productive space it enabled. I have been through a number of desks or variations with 3 in the past year. None of them matching the ultra productive feeling of the one I had in college.

In college I had a very functional desk set up. This mainly consisted of a Z-Line brand L desk I obtained from Staples on sale for $40. Although cheap, it was very effective and help my dual monitors, keyboard speakers, pen tablet, printer, books, and art supplies in just the right places to get stuff done. I moved out after graduation and continued to happily use my desk until it slowly deteriorated. Since then I have been searching for an equally productive set up but haven’t found a solution yet. Continue reading “Questing For The Perfect Workspace”

Organizing My Digital Workspace/Home Lab

For tech enthusiasts and those budding to be, it is a bit difficult to scale and organize your workspace/home lab. It recently dawned on me that I hadn’t taken into account how to organize things or put forth the proper effort to making the most of my time and maximizing my productivity. Mostly because set up will be a huge time sink. So in this post I will try to address how I plan to rework everything and keep all the essentials undisrupted while everything is under construction. Continue reading “Organizing My Digital Workspace/Home Lab”