Hi, my name is Kacey, and I work in a cubicle.
When people think of cubicles, they often think of drab walls that seem to be getting smaller each day. Maybe that’s a bit dramatic, but I always envisioned offices with cubicles as being completely uncreative places. And I am here to tell you that isn’t actually the case.
My cubicle isn’t huge and the walls might be drab, those parts are true, but I don’t feel bad about hanging things on them because of that. I spread out when I work, particularly when I’m writing, but the limited space keeps me from spreading out too much. The noise level can get a little high when everyone is working, making focus sometimes difficult. Headphones are a must-have for me, because putting one ear bud in gives me controlled noise without making me completely anti-social. I’m a bit old school in that I like to write things down, so composition books and sticky notes keep me on task and organized.
So my cube is where I can be found with purple headphone in, notebook spread open to what looks like a page of scribbles, water bottle within reach as I type away at my computer.
I hope you enjoyed your visit to my cubicle. Feel free to be jealous.