That’s Better

So. I’ve been feeling a little out of sorts this past couple of days. No idea why, I just have. So today I decided to try something different. And I did.

I cleaned my office.

It no longer looks like this (actually taken during operation: clean-up)

more, something like this.

Bit better, eh?

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I LOVE what the lovely and most fabulous Sarah Salway’s just blogged about – her ideal festival line-up. I will give it some thought and, with luck, post something, somewhere, soon.

Emmy The Great would be on it, I should think.

10 Comments on “That’s Better

  1.  by  WritingWantonWrongs

    Emmy the great is an amazing wordsmith (ess?) much like Ani Defranco.I hope you start feeling more yourself, you certainly now have the most productive looking writing space. Pearl.

  2.  by  Nik Perring

    Thanks Pearl – she certainly is!Oh yes, the workspace certainly looks like it should be productive…!

  3.  by  Helen Smith

    Yay! I know Emmy the Great. She's lovely, isn't she? She should be on every line up for every festival.

  4.  by  Megan

    perhaps it's post-published comedown? In which case, I'm sure twill soon pass (and I for one am still very excited about your stories since I'm just about to read them – yay!)Wishing you a good, rejuvanated week.

  5.  by  Nik Perring

    Hey Megan! Thanks. And lovely to see you here, as ever! Nah I think it's something a bit deeper than that, but personal so I won't elaborate. Not that I'm certain what it is. Hmm. Off to check out your link… ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  6.  by  Nik Perring

    Hey Megan! Thanks. And lovely to see you here, as ever! Nah I think it's something a bit deeper than that, but personal so I won't elaborate. Not that I'm certain what it is. Hmm. Off to check out your link… ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  7.  by  Tania Hershman

    Nice tidy-up, very impressive – you are an inspiration! Although I strongly believe a tidy desk and creativity do not go hand in hand… (excuses? Mmmm, maybe…).

  8.  by  Nik Perring

    God no! Creativity comes from semi-organised chaos! It just gets to the point, every six months or so, where there's that much crap I can't actually get into my office! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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