As a mother of three and with no designated writing space (my laptop usual landing spot is the dining room table with brief forays into the living room), almost everything writing related is on my computer and digital.
However, now that we are adding on to the house, some space I can claim as my own is a possibility. Amid dreams of having my own desk again, my husband is skeptical I will use it the way I say I will. Regardless, I am plotting and planning on a small spot of simplicity and quiet a bit removed from milk cups, food, and mayhem. After years of writing smack dab in the midst of the chaos of three children six years old and younger, any distance will be a blessing to my writing.
So, this is what I am dreaming of:
With a few of these
to keep things semi-organized on the shelves below along with the reference books on whatever topic is currently important in my research.
I don’t need much to be happy. Just quiet, time, and a spot to work without getting a crick in my neck.
However, as I ponder the arrangement I desire, I am wondering what other writers’ work spaces look like. I would be delighted if you shared yours. A photo, drawing, or simple description would lovely.
Rachel Rossano balances her time between the chaos of raising and homeschooling her three children and the world of drama and high adventure in her head. With her faithful husband and chief consulting editor by her side, she dreams of many more adventures to come.
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