If you are struggling with a place to start decluttering, find a sanctuary space. This is a place that once you have decluttered, you can retreat to. It can be a bedroom, your office, a sitting room, or even your kitchen table. Brainstorm:
-What is working/ not working for you?
-How do I want this space to function for me (and/or other users)?
-What makes this space speak to me?
-Take an inventory of what you need to keep in the space.
I have decided that after a year in my new studio space, the layout just isn't meeting my needs. So I set out to create more efficient work stations and better storage solutions. Here are a few ways I have decided to rework my sanctuary space:
Ellie McIntosh, grew up as a creative thinker. Inspired by her father, a furniture designer an inventor and musician, she took the path to creativity. Her artistic journey has taken her as far as France, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Spain, Germany, Morocco, and many places throughout the United States and Mexico, where she utilized various