|Posted by Jane Latus Emmert on November 4, 2011 at 12:05 AM|
Yesterday, I cleaned my studio. I got a new easel and it was larger than theold one and didn’t fit in the same compact space. I tried re-arranging the furniture, but itwasn’t enough. My studio felt cramped,crowded and inefficient. So, I startedeliminating extra storage units and seldom-used equipment. Now, when I walk in my studio it feels openand airy and exciting. I think of theother rooms of my house and areas of my life that are cluttered with“stuff.” Life isn’t about collectingmore “stuff.” It’s about sharing andloving and creating. I am ready to facemy easel because there is room to focus. Consider de-cluttering your studio (and your life) and see if youbreathe easier and feel freer to create.