By Instagram you mercilessly take a look at other people's lives, and that's wonderful. I can spend hours by the most beautiful and inspirational profiles full 4 × 4 scroll through photos. Looking at Instagram I noticed that there is a small red thread ran through every blogger profile, looking at the things they use every day. In other words, the things that she has on her desk called the desk chlichés. Are you guilty?
1. Fashion Books.
A few big beautiful hardcover books for inspiration and motivation. Casually placed on the desk, but arranged so that it is immediately clear that there is never sneak into scrolled.
2. Coffee cups
Coffee is the engine of every writer, blogger or other creative person. A favorite, stylish coffee cup belongs naturally with that. And one of the day before, because a cup of coffee a day is not enough.
3. Apple for life
A big iMac or a MacBook Pro just modest supposed to be on the desk of every fashion blogger. And as a big clock screensaver, of course. Hipper-the-hip.
4. Flower Power
A bunch of fresh flowers, preferably in the color pink peonies in a golden vase on the right side of the computer. Flowers would then give real power to go all day?!
5. Flawless agenda
An agenda, alongside the fashion books, or casually lying on the desk. For course everybody nowadays writes with a pen his tasks for the day, right? (Okay, most of us are simply succumbed to the beautiful cover and not be dragged away from their iPhone calendar).
6. Diptyque candles.
Pinterest is full of these greedy making candles, and also on Instagram nobody seems to find a simple candle too expensive. And so this is definitely an item that is on to find each blogger desk. Or at least something that comes close.
7. Sheep Vakhtye
A warm sheepskin on the not so nice wooden chair that looks so beautiful but constant pede backache worried. Oh well, it also count, non?
8. Motivating quotes
A framed map with a motivational quote, or an entire wall with a variety of pictures, quotes and phrases. Oh, and do not forget the letter banner ... Oops, this chliché so I make me really, really guilty. Damn you, Pinterest.
The flip side to the story is again that you come into contact with Instagram cultures, habits and styles that you would never see otherwise. And be inspired is never wrong, if you ask me. But I'm curious how many points you'd been the blush of shame. I say nothing.