Youth Worker Office 4.

I still neeed pictures of youth worker offices and would love some none UK ones too! Todays offering is the buro of The funky Dr S Hamilton, who the ‘Hamilton scale of untidyness’ is named after. Just so you know I am not exagerating, here’s what it looks like …….
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This chaos is the source of some great youth work and creative worship but is totally mad. Note the narrow strip of exposed carpet that allows safe passage (just) from the door to the desk. On the plus side you also can’t see any wiring on the floor in this office BUT then you can’t see much floor either AND you can see plenty of wiring stacked up on the tubs.
Overall: Plenty of funkiness, in fact plenty of everything. You may want to print out this photo as a ‘trump card’ next time your boss says your office is untidy and you can point out that relatively speaking, it’s NOT!
(Thanks Sarah for voluntarily supplying the photo!)

10 Replies to “Youth Worker Office 4.”

  1. Oooh I wish I could easily send a picture of my office across! Both me and my husband work out of the box room in our house and it is umm… cosy to say the least. It houses 2 desks, 2 computers, a printer, lots of wires, lots of books and millions of box files and folders… I tend to think that everything will have a use someday and store things accordingly, which would be fine if our office wasn’t so tiny. It is a good job we are married as it really gets quite close sometimes.

  2. I feel I have to comment, this is indeed a great office but I believe you are not taking into account the space available, if indeed you were to take the expanse of my office and amount of clutter hidden away and put it into the great Dr’s office you may well find a similar result (although perhaps not quite so much useful stuff!) In my previous job I used to have to share an office with Gill (MY wife for those readers that don’t know her) she is a tidy kind of person, needless to say the office was probably the cause of most tension in our lives.

  3. An inspiration to us all! I have downloaded the picture and set it as my desktop wallpaper, to give me something to aspire to.

  4. Well I think the fact that Ian posted this the day he KNEW I was in a training session all day says something…
    I considered tidyig first but hey… this is me!!
    Simo – thank you.
    Ray – aspire to???

  5. My life’s been basically bland today. More or less nothing seems worth thinking about. My mind is like an empty room. I’ve more or less been doing nothing to speak of. Not much on my mind recently.

  6. Not much on my mind these days, but what can I say? It’s not important. I just don’t have much to say lately. I’ve just been letting everything pass me by recently, but eh.

  7. I haven’t been up to anything today. I can’t be bothered with anything recently. Nothing seems worth thinking about. I haven’t gotten anything done recently, but oh well. Not much noteworthy going on worth mentioning.

  8. Not much on my mind these days, but what can I say? It’s not important. I just don’t have much to say lately. I’ve just been letting everything pass me by recently, but eh.

  9. I just don’t have anything to say. Not that it matters. Eh. I’ve just been staying at home doing nothing, but I don’t care. That’s how it is.

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