My Unorthodox Office
Most writers have a home office . This is especially true if writing is the only form of income for that person. I have an office, as well, since I consider writing my part-time job (mommy-ing being my full time job). It has books, notebooks, paper, a desk, writing tools, and a very comfy chair.
But I don't use it.
For me, my office is wherever my child wants to play. I drag my laptop around the house, and I try to avoid doing too much writing while my child is conscious. Nap time is always a writing free-for-all.
But, in the upstairs, I write on the floor. I put the computer on a mini couch we have in our bedroom, sit on the floor, and hope that my typing doesn't wake the little one. Sometimes I'll bring the computer into bed, but that's pretty rare. In the living room, I am much more comfortable on the couch. Sometimes, if I need to focus, I sit at the dining room table. There are less distractions in there. Come to think of it, I almost never write in my office.
I like this method because writing never feels like the same experience. The change in scenery keeps things from getting stale. And I like that I can work and watch my daughter at the same time.
Writing is seriously the best job (although not the best paying) I've ever had...
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