There are no pictures for this blog post. I wouldn't dare stand the humiliation. lol
Seriously, has your studio gotten out of control? Well my studio has and for
My studio was the place to go and relax, my own space. It now belongs to the
things I supposedly need for my craft. I have a work table that I haven't seen the
bottom of in three months! I have had to move into other rooms to work.
If I was upset, all I needed to do was come into my studio and I would be calm.
Not so these days. It's such a mess I can no longer focus. I used to keep the door open
to my studio, now I close it.
I could tell you all the good reasons why it became a disaster, but they all seem like excuses to me
right now. Whether they are legit, does not matter, the end result is the same.
So for the last few weeks I have been feeling sorry for myself and now I'm just plain sick of that too.
What should I do? Well truthfully I don't know where to begin. I would love to move everything
out of here and then just bring back in what I really need, right now. The problem with that idea is
storage of those items not brought back in. Perish the thought I would get rid of something.
One never knows when it might become important to a piece. lol although if the room is so bad,
and I cannot create then there will not be an important piece.
This is not the type of blog post where I come up with a happy solution and you all see my
wonderful studio with everything in it's place.
Actually I'm posting my thoughts in hopes that someone has some ideas for me?
I have lots of storage cabinets. Also I am physically challenged so a mass clean-up
is out of the question.
A penny for your thoughts, better yet I will give you real dollars to help me clean this up. lol
Hope your studios are in better shape.
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