As always, I'm in hot pursuit of "me space". I love my little office nook, shoved into a corner of my laundry room. It's functional and practical. I can write and work from home while keeping an eye on my kiddos. But it also means that any work I do is littered with distractions, noise and the general hub-bub of my home. This week I've been drooling over these amazing studio/office spaces, dreaming of a time when I might have, as Virginia Woolf once had, a room of my own.
This is my little makeshift office. It's tucked into a small corner of my laundry room. It's a bit cramped but seems to work well for the moment. I sit at this desk all the time and would love to have a space that's more conducive to writing and other creative pursuits. I want a real studio - a space that is all my own that supports my painting, my writing and my quiet time. This will be a long term process, but my hope is to have a room of my own by this January.