NYC Blues

I am back in the city this week and feeling oh so ho-hum.

I don’t know if the adrenaline rush of being jobless has worn off, if not having a million and twelve house projects to do makes me spend too much time ‘in my head,’ or what, but I feel so very bleh.

The feeling of bleh is making it hard to sit down and write a blog post. For one thing I have a serious down grade in writing spot. In the city I write in my closet office and upstate we have a large, light filled, multiple windowed bedroom that we use as an office and my sewing space. For those of you that have not been to our apartment, I am not being cheeky when I say “closet office.” We actually use a closet in our apartment as an office.

Closet Office

Small, yet very functional office.  (Photo of me skydiving on screen because hey, why not?) 

This is our second closet office. We had one in Brooklyn too, though the Brooklyn closet office was 2 or 3 times the size of the Washington Heights closet office. I gotta say, it was awesome. (40 OP Peeps – wasn’t it awesome!? I wish I had a picture of it to show you.) Ultimately the new office is still pretty rad because it achieves something super important to me – no visible computer in the living space. Though it typically stays pretty tidy, I like that we can shut the door and no one can see paperwork or whatever we may be working on and most importantly it hides my arch nemeses – cords and wires.

Now that I think about it, I don’t think I can blame the closet office for my ho-hums. (Sorry little buddy, thanks for being a good closet office.) So I am not sure what is causing it. Maybe I just need to find my city groove. Maybe if I drink some Stella I’ll find it. Yes, best idea I’ve had all day. Beer.

 

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One thought on “NYC Blues

  1. don’t feel blue, those creative ideas will bursting soon. Sit back, take a mental break and enjoy the Stella or hey a few of them

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