There is a section in our new flat that the previous tenant transformed into small rooms for rent. Each room measured about 1.5 x 3 meters. Instead of taking everything down when we moved in, we decided to tear down the division between the two rooms. The resulting big room is now my studio. Or as I like to call it, my mancave*.
Because really, this room is a mancave. It has no source of natural light. I have seen stockrooms that looked better than this room. Thanks to a gallon of Jazzy Blue, I got myself a happy mancave.
As you can probably deduce from my latest posts, I am lost in the many twists and turns of domesticity. Despite all my efforts, though, our house still looks like a crime scene. Of domestic proportions. And despite my absence from the world wide web, there are only two domestic-related things I did that I can be proud of — making kitchen rags and organizing my buttons.
Which leads me to the question of the day: how do crafty mom bloggers do it? Where do they find the time to create fantastic things, organize their homes, take and post photos of their adorable kids, AND blog?
Possible answer: I am simply lazy.
This is why, in a way, I am thankful that I am sick with the flu at the moment. When I’m sick, I pump it up in the “getting chores done” department. Getting things done and trying to forget that you’re sick > whining that you’re sick. In my world, anyway.