Inspiration Wednesday : Creative Workplaces

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It’s been a while I did a post on my weekly ‘Inspiration Wednesday’ series. No, it’s not like I am running out of inspiration, but it’s true I am running out of new ideas to put in this series. I get inspired by a lot of things every single day. I might have mentioned a lot of times earlier that sometimes even a cup of coffee can inspire me. But not all such inspirations can be put together into a single post as they are all very random things of every day life. Therefore, it might so happen that sometimes I am a bit irregular with my Inspiration Wednesday series, but rest assured I will come back sooner or later with new inspirations.

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This Wednesday, my inspiration is Creative Workplaces. As some of you might already know I left my day job recently to give more time to my blog. Well, the idea was not to pursue blogging as a profession but to sort of take  break from an extremely de-motivating job for a while. Don’t get me wrong, I love my profession as a Fashion Designer. I can never say I will never get back to it again. I love every aspect of designing clothes and sometimes I feel that is what I am born to do! But not all corporate jobs are as inspiring as they might look from outside and unfortunately mine was not. I will not get into the details as that is not what this post is about.

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For now I am on a break, visiting my hometown and blogging full-time. But working (or blogging) from home comes with it’s own flip side and staying focused and motivated becomes an issue once in a while. However, there are definitely a lot of ways to keep both motivation and focus in place and one of the tip is to create an inspiring corner within the house to work or blog everyday.

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Since I am myself falling into that trap of loosing motivation, I thought doing a blog post on creative workplaces will help me do up my work area and make it more inspiring and inviting. Here are a bunch of images that I pulled out from the net to get started with. I hope these images will inspire you as well to keep your blogging mojo on.

Stay creative, stay inspired! 🙂

Photo Courtesy : Pinterest

10 Responses
  • jojobyrd
    January 29, 2017

    I love this idea where you post your inspirations…I always wonder where people get their ideas or by who/what they are influenced by!

  • Nikki
    December 28, 2017

    I really love the last image, partly because it has an NYC image and I’m NY obsessed, but these are all great spaces! I hope some of these help you to find your motivation again. Nikki x http://www.thoselittlemoments.net

  • beautybymissl
    December 28, 2017

    This is such a great inspiration post! I know how hard it can be staying focused and motivated when you work at home – I have been struggling with it the last 4 years 😀

  • Komal
    December 28, 2017

    So many creative work places! Having something that looks like that alone can help you come up with more inspiration. As a writer it just may be a temporary block. You’ll figure out more inspiration!

  • Stephanie Lane
    December 28, 2017

    These are beautiful ideas for new office space. But I think your best idea was to take a break. Sometimes we need to take a step back and re-evaluating what motivates us. For me a couple of days outside or sometime its as simple as cleaning off my desk and reorganizing. Good luck and I’m sure you’ll find your moxie again.

  • Ana De-Jesus
    December 28, 2017

    Ah well I hope that the break is what you need to feel motivated again and fingers crossed that blogging can help you find inspiration for your fashion design role. Creative workplaces is a good way of getting more motivation too.

  • stephaniesherlock
    December 28, 2017

    Thanks for sharing these ideas. One of my goals for January is to organize and update my office/work/blog space. I have been on several interviews and the modern office looks like an inviting space where ideas can flow. I am working with 6 large pieces of oak office furniture that basically covers most wall space. I don’t want to lose my solid wood pieces but I think if I clear all of the surface, that will help to create the energy I am looking for.

  • bye:myself
    December 29, 2017

    Since I’ve been working free lancing for about ten years, I know exactly what you mean: It’s very unbalanced, you either work your sweet b… off or you have a hard time to focus – nothing like a 9 to 5. However, it’s a inspirational post, whereby I must say that the work places shown in the pix would distract me and drive me nuts. I need a plain white desk to focus on my thoughts and put them down on paper (or computer). Don’t you as a fashion designer need something more plain, too?

  • Lyka
    December 30, 2017

    These are so creative! I think I should recreate one of these to make my working passion ablaze, especially now that I’m losing enthusiast in my work.

  • beccajtalbot
    January 2, 2018

    I completely get what you’re saying about sometimes not being inspired at all, and sometimes being “over inspired”, so inspired that you can’t get it all down into words and when you do, you end up with a post that’s 5,000 words long (equivalent to an A Level English essay on ‘the authors representation of the heroine in the classic novel Blah Blah’ – one which you struggled to write, yet you found this 5,000 words just came naturally, huh?). I don’t blog full time, but having the right workspace to blog from is so important 🙂 you know what they say, “a tidy home is a tidy mind”, well it’s true for desks/work spaces too 🙂 x

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