What makes the ideal workspace? Sara and I discuss!
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The space you work in can have a HUGE impact on your ability to get stuff done. The wrong workspace can make you lose focus, waste time and be super unproductive. And the right one can inspire you and help you to stay on track and organised! Sara is renovating her studio space at the moment, so we chatted about her plans for her new workspace, the importance of art and why its the plants fault that Sara killed them. Hope you enjoy!
In the comments, please share an element of YOUR ideal workspace! For me, it’s natural light.
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