IFB Project Roundup #85: Where do you blog?

Having an inspiring workspace in essential to your productivity. What that looks like to you, whether it be at home, in an actual office, or on the beach…everyone is different when it comes to getting into their creative zone. This week’s project was about sharing where you blog, and the submissions were fantastic! I really loved seeing how some people decked out their offices, or created beautiful dining rooms, of found a cozy spot in their living room to blog. It’s amazing how textured the community can be from behind the scenes. Here were a few that I particularly found inspiring as I move from the office world to the work from home world…

stylonylon

STYLONYLON

stylemuncher

Style Muncher

differentcolouredsocks

Different Coloured Socks

 

 

 

chelseatanisha

Chelsea Tanishamydailyrandomness

My Daily Randomness

desmitten

De Smitten

richclubgirl

 Rich Girl Club

dressedandfed

Dressed and Fed

ifboffice

And in case you were wondering, this is where I blog.

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15 Responses

  1. Profile photo of Oksana Radionova
    Oksana Radionova

    Such cool places! I can imagine myself sitting in each one… I feel like I’d have totally different thoughts and ideas, depending on which “office” I was in…

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  2. Profile photo of Kalli McQueen
    Kalli McQueen

    These are all such wonderful spaces! I’m totally a bed or couch blogger, because my desk has too much stuff for my laptop to fit!

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  3. Allison

    My desk is in our front room — I look out on the canal and the passers by. It enforces my work/home balance as I have no door to close — no working when the kids are home & awake!

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  4. Erin

    I love this! Any article about workspaces really excites me. I’m one of those free spirits that gets it done wherever I can–the couch, bed, my desk or the train.

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  5. Profile photo of anne m bray
    anne m bray

    Ha! I KNEW my submission wouldn’t make the cut.

    I blog from a scary looking place, known as “the creative mess”.
    Not everyone wants to be in a clean modernist perfectly styled space.
    My creative spark shrivels up when faced with such a situation and I immediately muck it up. My Mom was always telling me to clean up my room when I was a kid. Now I don’t have to.

    I’m #32 in the Submission queue:
    http://heartifb.com/2013/03/02/ifb-project-85-where-do-you-blog/

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