A well-worn seat

If I’m working on Morning Pages, I’m most likely sitting in the living room in my favorite spot: the corner seat on the couch, next to the side table and lamp. If I’m working on my Bullet Journal, ditto. Blog posts, same. Designing a Canva graphic or poster for The Adaptations, again, that’s where you’ll find me.

I should probably change it up every once in a while and give this poor seat a break so our couch wears evenly, but it’s become a habit. I have an afghan handy if I’m chilly (which is 99% of the time). The lamp casts the perfect light and there’s a very convenient coaster in case I’m sipping on coffee (or something else) while I write.

Alexa is nearby to provide a little background music while I write. Usually, we’ll go with a jazz music or maybe the Stan Getz station so that lyrics don’t intrude on concentration. (For example, the song playing right now is “More than a Woman” by the Bee Gees — because I didn’t select a jazz station — and so my head is bopping and all I can think about is John Travolta on the dance floor while my head is bopping to the rhythm. Should have gone with Stan.)  I like some music on because otherwise the ringing in my ears drowns out my thoughts.

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Written for WordPress’s Finding Everyday Inspiration course. Day 6: The Space to Write

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