Workspaces that inspire

As previously mentioned, on 21 August, I returned to college to learn some computer programs and skills. My professor is great; my HH is awesome! He fills in the ??? in my head when I get stuck. She provides insights during her office hours. Both are patient and brilliant.

My workspace in class looks like this:

my current workspace at school (digital photo editing class)

My workspace at home is a small 1916 spinnet desk that I loved until I realized it’s too small for my laptop and notebooks. Nevertheless, I am happy to work on my projects at home as well as in the lab at school.

Wherever the work is, the workspace must provide inspiration, not exasperation.

This assignment was to cut, paste, duplicate, & rotate the items inside each square, and edges of the shadow box. I’m happy to share my finished homework:

Learn something new every day!



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Published by AlohaDenise

I adore my family and friends, meeting new people, travel, food (Gluten-Free please), and belly-laughing. My mantra is HAVE FUN EVERY DAY. I've lived in five US states and two foreign countries. I am grateful, blessed and adventurous. I like to do NDBs (never done before.) I enjoy sharing my creative Empty Nester life.

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