Updated resources for working out and using master or universal plots for the fiction writer.
With many of us WFHing (working from home) through Covid-19 lockdowns, how our home office looks, feels and functions is vitally important, and the Japandi and Zen influences in design gives us one way through these times.
If you read my previous post you’ll quickly work out that due to Covid and WFH requirements of my hubbie, I lost access to an actual desk this year. But that’s okay, because although it’s not completely physically okay (yes, Doctor!) to work from the couch forever, there are some benefits. Firstly, because I workContinue reading “What’s on my desk (Hint: it’s a dog)”
For somebody who appears from the outside to be totally organised, and also someone who has created all sorts of planners, it is a guilty truth that I don’t keep a daily planner or calendar for that matter. This is because – I have always had a fantastic planning memory (for date triggers and things)Continue reading “My Daily Planner”
To get the house into sales-readiness lately I and my husband have been in declutter and clean mode. Being a creative I’ve always believed that I needed a messy desk and some clutter to keep my juices primed. Only to find that it’s my business-savvy husband who is the clutter-keeper around here. Trying to convinceContinue reading “Creative Mess vs Clutter / Maximalism vs Minimalism”