A clean Studio is a Happy Studio
Some days when I get frustrated with a project or a client or just plain adulting, I take a mental break by reorganizing my studio.
I get way more work done in a clean studio then when it’s a total mess. It’s also a safer studio — tools where they are supposed to be, no sketchy piles of supplies that are easy to knock over, no cords on the floor, etc. I like that I can post a photo of it and not be embarrassed by the sort of safety hazards I complain about in other people’s spaces. I even have room for the cats to sit in the window while I work — that funny colored spot under the open window is a folded towel.
My workstation isn’t in this photo because it’s covered with client-related projects. Draping a sheet over my computer desk would look plain silly.locking up the UI for safety | First Order Tool Access, MakerBot Cupcake »