Why, you ask? Because, dear friends, I need HELP!
The space I have to work with is small, but not the smallest. It has great light due to two large windows on one wall, and one small closet. However, as I have several media that I work with, it's not the simplest thing to organize... especially without furnishings other than tables. Currently, money is restricted, and I haven't found inexpensive options for storage yet.
|The computer area to the right is going to go away.|
So, I figure that I should set up "stations" for the different disciplines. They can overlap, of course, as I don't have unlimited space. But I should definitely have one area for paper projects, journaling and book-making, and another area for soldering, as these two things aren't done simultaneously. I do metal-work, and jewelry making, also, but that could be set up with the soldering things. And of course, another area for computing/blogging, etc. Those are probably the most basic groupings of spaces. The other things (painting, working in felt, and other miscellaneous things) can find a space at any of the three stations if I keep work areas cleared off.
|Cat litter box is under the table at right. No where else for it.|
Where to start? Maybe by taking a deep breath, holding it, and passing out. Ha ha. Help.
(*Deep intake of breath....*) If anyone has any helpful hints, I would dearly appreciate it. I'm stumped for how actually to begin. Maybe some direction will help me to take a step, which may help to start the momentum going. Seriously, guys, look at these pictures... I need help. :-)