Here are the rules:
- Nothing is sacred or automatically exempt.
- Does it serve an actual useful purpose? (yes = keep/maybe, no = bye bye)
- Does it make me happy?
- Does it make me frustrated? (IE, does it actually work the way I need it to?)
Yep, that's right. Only four rules. KISS. Keep It Simple Stupid.
Next I spent a day or two pondering what I want to be able to do in my studio. Keeping in mind, it had to be easy and also keeping in mind that I'm a visual person. (out of sight = out of mind)
Here's what I came up with:
- Office Work. (book keeping and the like)
- Creative Writing.
- Planning and preparing for speaking engagements and conferences.
- Office Work
- Comfortable chair, with arms.
- Room to spread out (and ergonomic at that)
- adding machine
- office supplies (and place to keep them)
- ease of access to files
- Comfortable chair, with arms
- comfortable and cheerful atmosphere
- Comfortable chair with arms
- Comfortable and Cheerful atmosphere
- Room to Spread Out.
- Ease of access to books and resource materials.
- Table to accommodate sewing machine, serger, and embroidery machine
- Comfortable chair - no arms
- Fabric storage
- Sewing Notion Storage
- Cutting Table
- Dress Form
- Storage for "projects in progress" (I'm easily bored, and have multiple projects going at any time)
Then....I hit the Internet. Stay tuned......................................