Worker Bee

This week I really have been working on getting it together. Not that I’m a mess, by any means, but I’m lazy. I’ve been trying to get to the gym 5 day a week and eat better. I usually start out really well, until Thursday hits and all bets are off. I’ve also been putting off a 5 mile run (which I’ve had scheduled for every Thursday this month). This week I’ve managed to do 4 out of 5 of my workouts so far, including my 5 mile run. Kinda proud of myself.

In addition, I’ve really been working on my office, as you know. Now that I work from home, trying to figure out the kinks so that it a productive and inspiring workplace has been a challenge. It’s taken a lot of trial and error, but it’s coming along, well, my half has. 

Also, my friends and I went to a wine tasting event at the Phoenix Hotel. It was pretty amazing and I might be obsessed with this bar sign. Future DIY perhaps?

Office Inspiration

Creating an ideal workspace is something my husband and I get really excited about. This is probably due to that fact the we spend so much time in ours. Like an unhealthy amount of time. One of our challenges was trying to find a layout that comfortably fit two of us. We converted our dining room into a home office, so we are working with an unconventional space.

Also, how adorable are these Moonrise Kingdom posters by Ibraheem Youssef! I think I might need one for his side of the office and one for mine.

Prints: Ibraheem Youssef and Nan Lawson

Rug: West Elm

Paint: Behr in Alligator Skin

Desk: Crate and Barrel

Chair: Funky Furniture

Globe: Urban Outfitters

Lamp: Ikea

Stapler: CB2

Happy Birthday, Miss Victoria!

Yesterday was my boss, Victoria Davis’ birthday. Originally I had planned to throw her a mini celebration at my house, but when the day ended up having a lot of meetings planned, I had to regroup a bit.

It’s amazing what a bunch of balloons can to make a small space fun!

Anyway. I made everything myself, which what fun, but a horrible last-minute decision. I should have given myself a week, not two days to get everything done.  Tutorials to follow.

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