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5 cool things by Morm Molika

5 cool things by Morm Molika

Work suits
Most companies require their staff to wear suits in accordance with their dress code. Generally, a short skirt with a long white shirt and a jacket is appropriate for female employees. It is not only pretty and sophisticated, but it also creates a comfortable environment for the workplace. When we wear a nice suit, it can lift our spirits and encourage us to be professional. Sure, what we wear has little to do with how we perform and how good we are at our jobs, but in today’s workplace it’s vital to maintain a professional, attractive appearance.

Wireless mouse
Just recently, Logitech unveiled the Touch Mouse M600, a mouse featuring a touch surface that lets you navigate intuitively with your fingers.  Logitech Flow Scroll software gives you scrolling that is completely fluid, much like scrolling on your favourite touchscreen tablet or smartphone. Slide your finger along the touch surface to experience immediate, continuous and free-flowing page scrolling. The mouse’s unique shape is designed so that it feels great doing exactly the tasks you do most - pointing, clicking and scrolling. With smooth feet, advanced optical tracking and supreme ease of use, this sleek mouse is everything you’d expect and more.

Desk accessories
While working in the office, such as in admin or accounting, what materials do you need? Usually, these materials include folders, pens, pencils, highlighters, rulers, notebooks and a document shelf. These materials are important for office staff and can facilitate an efficient and productive work day. I always keep all these materials in their proper places so I can easily find them when needed. These kinds of desk accessories are designed in eye-catching shapes, giving your day a much-needed boost of fun.

Slippers
Working in the office, generally, requires the ladies to wear heels as part of their uniform. Heels can hurt women’s ankles when they walk or stand for along time. But with slippers,girls can catch a well-deserved respite in the office for some relief while at the desk or on break. You can wear slippers in order to ease your ankles’ tightness. Office slippers are designed in styles and models to match tonnes of different tastes. But don’t forget to take off your slippers when you’re walking into a meeting!

Decor glasses
These are not your average drinking glasses. Decor glasses are placed in the living room, bedroom or office. They are designed in many styles and colours for various customers. For ladies working in an office, they are great accessories to add some personality to your desk space. Even more, decor glasses are great for plants, which have been proven to reduce radioactivity – so be healthy and place them around your desktop or laptop. What’s better for our ladies than an accessory with beauty and functionality?

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