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Must-Have Desk Items for your New Job

You did it, you landed a new job! Now comes the best part – Decorating your desk space! That feeling of being assigned a space of your own is unmatched; it means you get to decorate and customize your workspace and cater it to you! If this is your first time having the freedom to do so and don’t know which desk accessories to put in your shopping cart first, we’ve got you covered with 6 items ranging from planners to water bottles, to help you ace this new opportunity! 



In need of a little pick-me-up for first-day jitters, or a midweek slump? This desk easel provides encouraging affirmations and quotes to help remind you of your worth and your value. It’s easy to worry if you’re “doing the right thing” or providing enough value to your company as a new employee. With the help of a positive reminder each day, you can assure your mind that you’re in the right place.



Writing down notes and reminders doesn’t always have to be boring! Decorative sticky notes like these with a pretty floral border are perfect for all of your quick notes and ideas throughout the work day.



The positive vibes are real with this sticker pack! We absolutely adore the bright pastel colors in this pack. Use them on water bottles, your laptop, phone case, or anywhere, just to generally decorate your office space!



A good set of pens is essential in the office! We love these gel pens because they have different colors so you can color code, decorate a planner spread, or just use them to spruce up anything you jot down during the day. They also last a while, and don’t smear on the page!



One thing that keeps us extra organized is planning by the hour. If you’re anything like us then the timed to-do pad will be a lifesaver for you. Getting lost in your work is without a doubt an extremely easy thing to do. This pad is a great way to stay organized and on track as the day goes on. The three separate sections give you room to list your priorities, to-dos, and plan by the hour!



This water bottle is such a fun way to stay hydrated. It has lines for how much you should be drinking per hour. It is such a good way to ensure you’re staying hydrated while at work since you have plenty of other tasks to take care of. It also comes in so many different color combinations!

We hope this has helped reduce the stress of going into a new job! This can be such an exciting time, and being prepared with these items for all that is to come will hopefully make the transition more smooth, and so much more fun!

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