I love this time of year, and weather turns cold and in response a lot of inside spaces turn Christmassy. The bright lights and vibrant colours is the perfect way to chase away the cold and dark. I love choosing the right Christmas decorations for each room in our house, my daughter has decided on a pink Christmas Tree for her room this year, complete with blue baubles and white star lights. Her little tree (which she decorated all by herself is now sat proudly on the chest of drawers in her room.
We all know that decorating our work space has no end of positives – for me I find it helps me to relax but also to feel motivated too. Surrounded by the things I like to see, and the colours I love – helps me to be both more positive and more productive.
Plants are a great way to deocrate your desk, not only do can they improve productivity and help to combat stress but they also have a whole host of health benefits including reducing fatigue and lowering instances of coughs and colds. There are lots of ‘Christmassy plants’ out there you could choose to have in your home and on your desk, but my favourite are tiny Christmas Trees which look so cute and smell divine. They really are perfect for getting you in the Christmas Sprirt.
In fact, there are lots of reasons to decorate your work space for Christmas, but one great one is that if you do you are in with a chance of winning with Furniture At Work. They are running a fab competition and are asking people to ‘deck your desk’ to be in with a chance of winning.
Here it is, our brand new #DeckYourDesk #competition! If you fancy the chance to #Win £500 by getting into the #Christmas spirit then here’s what you need to do 👇 (full terms & conditions here: https://t.co/iNVGPTWLLQ) 🎅😬💷🎄 pic.twitter.com/VPFwlIaY7B
— Furniture At Work™ (@Furniture_Work) November 20, 2017
If you want to be in with a chance at winning you can check out the link in the tweet for more information and all of the terms and conditions for the competition. It ends 20th December 2017 – so what are you waiting for? Good Luck!
This is a collaborative post.