{SPACES: put it in the calendar}

I realized that I could’ve done a whole week’s theme on working from home so you can look forward to more home office/DIY/inspiration posts while I’m working my way through this transition. 

 Monday is a good day to get organized don’t you agree? You’re already a little down because the weekend is over and in denial that you indeed have to tackle your inbox or your growing ‘to do’ list. There’s no better form of procrastination than cleaning up and getting organized. How many times have you done everything you can think of, include cleaning under the sofa before tackling what you really need to do? For me I’m struggling with keeping a schedule and need a little help with planning. Being a visual person, I’ve decided the best thing to add to my work-in-progress workspace (inspiration here)is a wall calendar so I can see it all laid out in front of me. Here’s some great & stylish inspiration I found to incorporate a calendar into your workspace.  

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{SPACES: a stylish workspace}

So it’s been two weeks since my last day. So far, so good. I still don’t quite have the daily routine thing happening. There’s been a lot of organizing & catching up and it doesn’t help that I’m easily distracted. One thing is for sure, I need to set myself up with a proper workspace. I absolutely love my loft and it hasn’t been until now that I’ve wanted more….more space! I would give anything to have one more room that can be my workspace & studio. But the reality is that it’s not happening anytime soon so I’ll have to live with having my workspace in my living space. Here’s a bunch of workspaces I came across for some inspiration to help me set up my own. 

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As you can see, if you’re going to have your workspace in your living space, it definitely has to have some style. Here’s a roundup of what you may find on my desk. Time to work it!