I started this project with design in September of 2018 and it was completed in November of 2019.. I was brought in by White Label Homes (WLH) as the Interior Designer. The client was a repeat client of WLH but it was the first time I was meeting them and the clients hearing of Soma Interiors. I walked into a gorgeous, well preserved character home and was greeted by the loveliest of clients, from here
A means of escapism from a world pandemic Here I am waiting for my 15 month old to fall asleep at the end of the day before I can unwind with a glass of wine and another episode of “the good fight” (my current binge obsession) . It’s been about 4 weeks of being at home during the covid-19 crisis now and I find myself daydreaming. And what am i daydreaming about? My future home.
Dear Rita, I work 80% from my home office anyways even before the pandemic and I just moved into our new place in Germany. I work in a creative job and I don’t feel very inspired. I have lots of fabric samples and shoe samples that are just sitting on my desk next to my laptop and a bunch of binders. Every time I clean off my desk (the samples just move under the table)
It’s midday, end of week 1 and I am totally exhausted! I wanted to check in with you all and see how your first week of the new routine went? For me, it didn’t help that schools being suspended indefinitely was announced this week; it just created further stress but I am trying to stay optimistic. And I ask you to do the same. So here’s a recap of the week: Day 1- Mini VictoriesDay
Establishing Routine + The Makeshift Office Routine, Routine, Location, and Routine- are the overall principles of a successful work from home strategy, at least in my opinion. In my last post, I asked you to list your day of tasks as if you were still at work and then create a new list based on being at home. We’ve had two days to contemplate our intermingled schedules. I know the task I gave you was