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Monday, February 04, 2008

Mission Accomplished!

After Project Freedom

Thank you Cara for just the motivation I needed to free my office from the burden of one part heavy moving residue and one part overwhelming fear of tackling this project. Check her blog for a post about her office project-although I think hers was not quite the undertaking mine was! I now have a happy space where I can feel organized, be creative, find my important papers, and have space to walk. This room was the landing place for anything we didn't have a place for during our initial move in August and it has taken me this long to find the carpet again. So enjoy some before and after photos and watch for a few more photos in the next week of some projects I have completed and as a result of finding access to my sewing machine and craft supplies!








6 comments:

.:kerrie:. said...

yay! I'm sure you feel like you can breathe now! And I love the shelving units -- I remember when you were looking at some at IKEA.

Hey! Is my favorite baby walking yet? If so, I need some video!!

Cara said...

WOW!! That looks awesome! I love the tags on the baskets and the ribbon holder on your counter space. What great ideas you have. I'm glad we could get our offices in tip top shape! It does feel good to be able to work in a clean and useable space! I will post pictures tomorrow!
Love your guts Ü

michelle said...

Woohoo! That is a serious transformation you've worked on that room! SOooooo jealous. It looks cute and very functional.

andrea said...

Wow! Great job! I love the way you stored your ribbon...very good. That is such an accomplishment! I bet you spend so much time in that space now. I love organizing!

Jill said...

Wow, this was a serious project and therefore a huge accomplishment! Way to go. Isn't it so motivating to have all of us to report back to with your news? I find that that helps me do a lot of things I wouldn't normally want to do.

kristi said...

jen. i love you! thanks so much.
any possibilty you could make it to women's conference this year?