Sometimes I'm so busy, I become oblivious to the objects around me. I started my job as a librarian in last August and have been clearing away decades of clutter left by my predecessors. I've been surplussing (throwing out) books, av equipment and furniture by the truckload, but I really need to make my desk space a place where I can think and plan without physical clutter invading my mental processes.
Here's what's being deselected (librarian-speak for tossed) today:
One open package of glue sticks
Two magnets advertising "Follett Library Resources"
I don't have a glue gun and those magnets can't even hold up a piece of paper, so goodbye!