Desk Tour 2017- How to Stay Organised for School

Hey guys! Today I thought I'd show you what's in my desk and how I organise it, as I know school is upon us soon *cries* so this might be helpful for those who are looking for some desk inspo, or if you're like me, you're just a bit nosey.  So let's get started!
My desk and chair is from IKEA, as well as the pastel pink checkered cushion on the chair, that I'm obsessed with as its so pretty and ties in the pastel pink theme. The multi coloured binders are from B&M for a £1 each, and I have 5 of these for each subject, and inside I store my past papers for each subject. I have found that this is a great way to store them, as I can easily find what I'm looking for.
Then on top of my desk I have a coaster which I think is from B&M too, just for if I have a drink. Next to that I have my pastel pink Polaroid camera purely for decoration, as well as my copper wire J from Oliver Bonas.
To store my pens I have them in 2 glass Kilner jars as I love how they look on my desk. So I just have coloured fine liners in one and ballpoint pens in the other.

On the other side of my desk I have this cute little cactus set from IKEA, and a white Skurar pot also from IKEA, which I just keep my gel pens in. I also have my notebook from Primark.
So in the first long drawer I have a large Pukka Pad, this is perfect for revision notes and such like. Behind that I have my 3 books that I study for GCSE English- Jekyll & Hyde, Inspector Calls and Macbeth. Let me know in the comments if any of you guys are studying these books too! Then on the right hand side I have a pack of pens and pencils, and a new ruler for school.

 I also have this cute photo booth pic of me and my best friend Erin, and I just keep that in there for the memories.
In the little drawer on the left hand side I have some random bits, like sharpie highlighters, my pencil case, post it notes (a live by these things), biology flash cards, glue and a wooden iPhone stand (that is amazing btw!).

On the bottom of that little drawer, there is 3 shelves. The first one has my art sketchbook and my pink expanding file, which is amazing for storing all your revision notes in, and for mine I've organised each folder into a subject so its super easy to find what I'm looking for. I would highly recommend getting one of the these if you have a lot of notes, as its really helped me stay on top of things. I bought mine from B&M for £5.

On the second shelf I have all my revision books, which are really helpful to revise with. I recommend the CGP ones for the 9-1 system, and for English I love the Snap Revision books by Collins, I have mine for Inspector Calls revision and it is really beneficial and useful so I would recommend trying them for any books you study.

On the bottom shelf I have all my school books and any school letters etc.
 I thought it was worth mentioning that I also have my revision calender ready for next year, and I used it during my mocks too and it was really useful, so I would recommend making one on Excel as a better way to stay organised and productive during exam season. If you would like me to go into more depth on how I make one and how I use it, tweet me (@RosieJessTweets) or let me know in the comments and I'd be happy to do a post on it.
Love, Jess xx
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  1. You have a great setup! I have done my GCSE's and know how stressful they can be haha; good luck!

    Emily xo

  2. You are so good at organising! I really need to organise my desk and I think you have just given me the desire to finally do so aha. Good luck with your GCSE's!

    Lon x

    1. Aw thank you Lon! I love being organised it cos keeps me motivated haha! Xx

  3. I just did a post like this! I love the setup you have! I think it's always interesting taking a peak into other people's organizational office skills!


    1. I will definitely check out your post Malori! I know I love looking at how people organise their office cos it inspires me to organise mine! Xx


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