Tuesday, 9 February 2010

writing space

It seems like everyone is posting pictures of their writing spaces online at the moment. Usually I wouldn't be tempted to follow trends, but it strikes me that posting an image of my study might shame me into cleaning the damn thing.

Sure, this area is not my current writing space, but it used to be and it will be again just as soon as I actually find the space.

6 comments:

markwilliamjackson said...

I cannot comment on this. I cannot breathe looking at it! Good luck with the clean up, I'd recommend taking a flask of water and a GPS in there!

Tiggy Johnson said...

GPS is such a man's toy. Which gives me an idea: carry all those boxes out to the shed! LOL.
I actually have a deadline because my husband will start working an extra day from home about mid-March and either he'll need to hide there or I'll need to take kids out.

Lee Ee Leen said...

it doesn;t matter if its tidy or not, the real matter is whether your writing space engenders creativity.

I'm sure it does, my space is even messier

Tiggy Johnson said...

Thanks Lee, I'm sure you're right, and yes, it does engender creativity. And not just in terms of coming up with creative ways to clear the space ;)

EuroChild said...

It's cleaner than mine ...

Tiggy Johnson said...

Haha, if too many more people say things like that, I may never clean it and might have to write in cafes with cake and coffee by my side ever after.