My commute just got shorter. I get to feel like I’m working inside a maple tree outside the window. And by sleeping and working in a single room, I am one step closer to living my dream of inhabiting a tiny house someday with two rooms. The other room for a yarn studio.
For over a decade, I have worked from a basement home office. Not a bad basement, just a basement where the light don’t shine. I would hear myself talk about my work as if it was meaningless, unimportant and belonging in a dark basement. It occurs to me how often I create a feedback loop for myself of worthiness based on how I speak of something. After moving out of the basement, I even received a handwritten note of appreciation for my work from a client out of the blue.
Someday I’d like to earn a second income stream from playing with loops of yarn, but today I’ve changed the dark basement feedback loop.