With a little over 6 weeks to the dreaded Junior and Leaving Certificate exams, having a designated area for studying is important to keep the stress levels down. Whether it’s an area of your teenagers bedroom, the attic or an under stair area, there are some important considerations to make the space workable.
Here in Ireland one of the most popular ways to add space to your home is by converting the attic. Attic conversions make great use of unused existing space and are generally a lot less costly than adding on an extension.
I’m a list maker! I make lists for lists. I follow my To Do List like the bible and I like nothing better than sitting down with a good old pen and paper making a list. I’m a sucker for pretty office stationery and am always on the look out for something stylish and creative for my desk. And I also like to bring a bit of humour to my workspace. So when I discovered a great website selling creative, witty and clever To Do Lists and Note Pads……
Working from home has many advantages, no traffic jams, you don’t have to have your hair and make up done if you don’t want to and you can even take a sneaky extended lunch break without getting into trouble with the boss! But it can be also be a lonely atmosphere to work in and can lead to low motivation levels and procrastination, so having a bright and pleasant working space if vital to keep the adrenalin going.
This is such a gorgeous Home Office. Who wouldn’t feel creative working here?
As I work from home I’ve turned one of the bedrooms into a home office. And while it is very functional and efficient….. It’s boring! So after drooling at Jens office over at MadeByGirl, I’ve been on the hunt forContinue Reading