I think we all take something of our personalities to work and inject it into our workspace, be it an office, cubicle, or pickup truck (A friend of mine who runs a contracting business has little pictures of his kids taped to the rearview mirror of his pickup so he'll think about them all day).
So here's my question: what have YOU done to make your workspace your own?
Here's what I've got in my cubicle; keep in mind that I'm a programmer, so eccentricity is expected:
-2 framed photos (my wife and I, and a whole family portrait)
-12 additional photos tacked to the wall (my kids, my dad, my brother and sister, and my wife)
-2 Nebraska Cornhusker pennants (and 1 bumper sticker)
-the last Nebraska license plate my parents ever received before moving to Washington
-a Fender guitar bumper sticker
-a cheap 3/4 guitar, laid atop a hanging cabinet
-a Larry Boy bookmark (from VeggieTales)
-a Mountain Dew label
-a Napoleon Dynamite keychain with push-button catchphrases ("My lips hurt real bad!
-various "Dilbert" and "Pearls Before Swine" comic strips (some framed under glass)
Lastly, I have the following picture on my wall. It's the cover of a birthday card that my sister sent me several years ago, and I crack up every time I see it. I think EVERY man can relate.
"But I wonder what it does...maybe just a quick flip..."