I almost can't believe it! My #100daysofcreativeplay are finished. It's been challenging and worth it, but I'm glad that my creative days moving forward will be elective rather than habitual. I'll probably have many reflections of my practice in the coming days, but right now, I am grateful to relax.
I'm one of those people who loves to move furniture around. It's miraculous my home is generally in the same orientation it's been since moving in a year and a half ago. Now that I've realized it, I'll probably move it around as soon as I finish this post.
There's something fresh about moving your space around, livening up the energy in space. My co-workers and I discussed last week that we think we should shake things up in the office again, move the desks and aim at solving some of our sound and focus issues.
As a kid, I would pour over log home magazines and use graph paper to draw out my own visions of floor plans for my dream home. I loved it.
I did a bit of brainstorming and drafted a quick floorplan of how we could rework our office space, resolving some of our pain-points of how sound carries through the office and creating space for heads-down quiet time and all-in collaborative time -- for meetings with clients and across project teams. Space for introverts and extroverts, privacy and openness.
PS. I didn't post yesterday, since we were out most of the day traveling and visiting family. Time well spent.
I started with a photo of a tree and slowly transformed it into a seed. Seeds are really incredible. Like eggs, they contain nearly everything needed to create a much larger, complex living thing.