Being brave includes tolerating minor embarrassments. For example, Aquiliana invited me months ago to a Workplace Blog Hop. I accepted because she is a dear and I have wanted to share something concrete about my online connection with you. I’m slightly embarrassed that I’m so late to this party and my only excuses are these.
1. I want my workplace to look neat. Not to misrepresent myself but, do you really want to look at my clutter? Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think so.
2. I want my workplace to look pretty. That takes Arizona sun shining through my window. Every time I organized my desk, the sun wasn’t shining. When the sun was shining, my desk was a mess.
3. The holidays hit. Decorations for Thanksgiving, then Advent, then Christmas, then New Year came in from the garage, the attic, and the sheds. But nothing left my house! Clutter creeped to my office.
Being brave includes tolerating minor embarrassments (in this case: being late) and owning up (in words, not necessarily photos 😀 ) to personal reality (clutter and chaos) so that I can push through to enrich relationships (keep a promise) and reach a desired goal (sharing a worthwhile post.)
And here’s the fun part. Inspired by talented and skilled blogging photographers, of which I am not, I snapped some pictures. I looked for a nice angle, interesting colors, and something that captures how I feel at my desk. Taking my time, I enjoyed the challenge and process of looking, focusing, and choosing. Here are my favorites.
The other half of my office is, shall we say, currently occupied and unable to attend a photo shoot. I hope she becomes available soon.
Tell me about your favorite workspace? If you are a blogger, where’s your favorite place to blog? If you would like to join this Workplace Blog Hop, please do! Per Aquileana:
The rules are basically to spot your personal blogging space through a few photos, to link back to the blogger who invited you and to invite bloggers to join you. Enjoy it!
Enjoy it indeed! ~~~~~~~~ Angie Mc