Desk Tour

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This is the first post in a mini-series about my desk! The next post will be on Monday πŸ™‚ Today, I’m going to be giving you all a tour of my desk! This was requested when I asked for post ideas- if you have any more, please let me know on this post.



An overview of my desk

Note: the table to the left (which you can just barely see in the picture, oops!) is part of my desk too, but it doesn’t have anything on it and it’s really just a place to spread out when doing homework or taking notes.


Closer shot of my desk πŸ™‚


This is the wall above my whiteboard- I generally keep encouraging quotes, calendars, and tools up here. (I also just realized that I still have my January calendar up- I cropped some of it out of the photo but it’s up there. oops!


My current Verso de Memoria (Memory Verse) for Spanish class: Proverbios 3:1-8 (Proverbs)


An adorable bible verse that a lady in our church made my mom- you bet I snatched it right up! (Actually my mom gave it to me, don’t worry)


I honestly don’t need this anymore, but it’s a chart to remember the regular verb conjugations in Spanish. I made it toward the beginning of the school year when I was having a lot of trouble with them..


Wow this is… not so cute? I made this a while ago, maybe I’ll make a new one to put up there.


Now we’re onto the whiteboard! I copied this art (can you tell I’m not an artist at all?) from something I found that I liked. Great verse, but I didn’t do it very well 😦


I’m trying to earn ~300 dollars for a Christian camp I want to go to this summer, and this is a super simple tracker I made for it πŸ™‚


I’m tracking the amount of practice time for piano in February, so I just printed out a cute calendar πŸ™‚


My handy dandy expo markers (which are totally crooked, oops)


My little… storage tray? I normally keep books on it. Right now I have a notepad, birthday card (actually my birthday was not recent, I have no idea why that’s there…) The Scarlet Pimpernel, and a math book I got from the library.


My planner!


An ugly shot of my computer. Pretty self-explanatory, I guess.


My random little storage thingys. The pencil pouch holds my brush pens, pens, pencils, and highlighters.


The cute but falling apart folder holder my brothers made me. It holds all my school folders and stuff, haha.


My random box of papers + craft supplies… it’s a mess but organized if that makes sense? I’ve had the box/drawer since age 5 which explains the stickers on the front… lol.


This is the top drawer of that cube thingy. I put my bigger binders + books I’m reading for school in here.


Currently reading for school:

The Voyage of the Dawn TreaderΒ by C.S. Lewis (actually we just finished this, on toΒ The Silver Chair)

The History of the Kings of Britian by Geoffrey

Richard lllΒ by Shakespeare (we just finished this one too, Ephesians from the Bible next)


And this horribly blurry picture of my dictionary πŸ™‚


My Spanish and Science binders


Below the drawer in the cube is where I put my textbooks/manuals.


And ending with this awful self-timer picture of me writing in my planner πŸ™‚



Thanks for reading πŸ™‚ Happy (Belated) Valentine’s Day! Did you all read the story behind it in school? We did, every single class and then later at dinner, hahaha.




17 thoughts on “Desk Tour

  1. Your desk looks awesome! So much more organized than mine πŸ˜‰ Smh I miss Omni 2 those books were great-this year has too much politics πŸ˜›

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  2. I looooved scrolling through this tour of your desk, Christina! Thanks for sharing it with us ❀ That's so cool that you're memorizing Bible verses in Spanish! I should do that too, haha – it would give me a creative way to learn more Spanish. xD And girl, you did an awesome job with the handlettered Bible verse! I just recently got into handlettering, and it takes forEVER to make something look "perfect" – although, should perfection really be the goal? lol either way, I think the cursive font you tried out is really cool! Handlettering is all about experimenting (: ❀

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    1. Thanks, Maggie! It’s actually very helpful because you can learn more Spanish and witness to Spanish people πŸ™‚ Thanks! It took me forever haha. Yeah, sometimes an experiment turns out really cool!

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