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My Ideal Reading Space
In my last post I talked about finding balance between your goals, the everyday things that need to happen, and the little things that recharge your creative well. I’ve officially switched gears from writing and editing to formatting and all the other marketing things that go along with publishing a novel, but I’m also taking a little time for myself.
I’ve been a reader my entire life, but when I began writing, I started viewing reading as a reward rather than something I just do. For years I would only read when I finished a draft or a round of edits. It took my husband pointing out that I’m happier when I read for me to realize how ridiculous that was, and I’ve made it more of a priority ever since.
Which leads me to the point of this post. I’m fortunate that I have a chaise chair THAT I LOVE for writing, but lately we’ve been talking about adding more shelves to my closet, which has led to me imagining my dream reading space. So if you’ll indulge me…
(WARNING: I’m obsessed with gray.)
Now I want to know—what’s your ideal reading space? Do you like soft textures and light, or do you prefer something different? And am I the only one who wants to read in the woods?