Okay, I'll admit that I've slipped a bit the last few days. Yesterday I had 100 calories of whole wheat waffle, didn't drink my water, and didn't swim. The day before, I had 1/4 of a chipotle burrito, didn't drink my water and didn't swim. I was working on my Masters Project, but it's still not okay. I should take even better care of myself in these times of stress.
Now that I've confessed, I'm ready to rejoice! My project isn't done, but I'm taking a break today, so I feel fantastic. I've eaten my delicious subway breakfast and I'm dressed to swim. I have to say it again: I feel great.
While I was working on my project, I designed a small home office for my small house.
- It is a half circle desk top with the outer edge touching bay windows (in blue).
- A bit of the flat side of the half circle is carved out and a hanging chair (in red) is mounted on this side.
- The windows should be at sitting height view and side-tabbed filing folders should be mounted above at standing height view.
- Also the distance from the back of the desk should be 5 or 6 inches (in green) past the end of my fingers when seated and the cross-length of the room should be 5' or so (in pink), the same size as my arm span.
- A little table should pull out from under the right part of the desk to give more counter space when necessary (in turquoise).
- I like a depth of about 18" for the desk, but we'll see.
- If the office is cluttered (oh, I hope not!), a 5' curtain can be drawn across the opening (in purple). If a person wants privacy in the office, they could hang a curtain a little farther out, so that it would be behind someone in the swinging chair.