My writing space is a place of comfort and convenience. I have two cheap desks set up to form an 'L' with my laptop on one and papers spread out on the other. My journal I found at a craft store for one dollar sits there half-filled with blog outlines and ideas for future blogs. My monthly planner is there with mostly writing reminders in like guest appearances, release dates and other promotion stuff. I usually set my drink there too. Hot coffee in the morning, ice coffee in the afternoon when I'm home and amaretto in the evenings.
My laptop sits on the other rather clear desk. I usually can see the fake wood top in spots on it. I always think of the other desk as the one with work piling up. Until I realize the real work pile up in my laptop. I have five emails I'm composing responses to(in my thoughts), most of them about promotion opportunities. I have blog drafts saved, waiting to be completed. I have pictures saved I want to put in those blogs and drafts for queries, synopsis of all my books, three books I'm working on, one half done and the other two stalled out for now.
So I have a messy physical desk top and a messy virtual desktop. Tons of work to do and so little time to do it in. Where does your work pile up? Is it organized or a mess only you can comprehend?