Lets face it, if you are one of us who are inclined to write, we are somewhat obessive about how or where we write. Our best writing is done in spaces that are most comfortable. The most inspiring. In order for this, the space needs comfort, the space needs to be beautiful, and most of all, if our idea well is facing drought, it is capable of giving us a bucket of water and telling us to use it wisely.
At the moment, my ‘writing space’ is my bed. My best time to write is just before I fall asleep. In other words, I wish I had a designated space which would be anywhere else but my place of rest. I do have a desk in a literal nook in my room, and it’s just not that inspiring. I am surrounded with blank walls, which really doesn’t help the ‘well’.
I was browsing Facebook the other day and some one had shared a post on she-sheds. What? Of course, this meant I had to find out what in the world this new trend was. When I saw them, oh did I wish I had one of these!
I mean, look at these divine things. Like a little private cottage you can decorate anyway you like. To suit your own style and needs. I can almost image what mine would look like if I am ever so lucky to have one in the future. I really want one. It can be my ‘writing space’. I don’t care for the trend that suggests these she-sheds are an answer to man-caves. I just love the idea of having a hide away, away from the gadgets, surrounded by items that can inspire me to continue writing.
This is what mine would look like inside. I can see myself sitting by those beautiful windows looking out to nature, the smooth grains of wood where my writing notepad will sit waiting eagerly for me to pour stories on.
What would your ideal writing space look like? 😀