Creating Study Space

I’ve been busy cleaning our apartment for my niece’s pre-college visit this evening, and have been glad for the excuse to clean, really clean. Since we don’t have a guest room, she may well be staying in my spare room. (G. and I have a three bedroom apartment, which allows each of us to have a room for our own stuff.) This process of getting ready for company has forced me to see the apartment through fresh eyes, and it’s been rather cathartic. I’ve tossed, I’ve dusted, I’ve reorganized, I’ve tossed some more. I’ve even started creating a notebook for paperwork that’s been stacked, drawer-less, for months or years. I’m even starting to reclaim the desk space around my laptop. AND–George and I actually talked this morning about putting pictures up! Even though we’ve been in this place for three years, we have very few pictures on the walls.

Although I’m pretty tired now, after yesterday’s 8 mile run/walk and all the cleaning, I’m feeling pretty satisfied with how things are looking, especially in “my” room. It’s looking like a better organized place for study (and life in general). Getting better organized has been one of the things on my pre-school to-do list. As Martha would say, “It’s a good thing.”

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About Lesley Looper

I'm a full-time library employee. I enjoy reading, photography, travel, blogging, and geocaching.
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3 Responses to Creating Study Space

  1. Lori says:

    Hi Lesley,

    I just read a few of your posts (followed here from twitter) –I was wondering what your under graduate degree is?

    Lori (“jensir” on twitter)

    • Lesley says:

      Hi Lori,

      I’m planning on an MLS (library science) degree. I’m lucky to have to accredited MLS programs near home and work. I’m relieved to have two good possibilities, so I don’t have to move, and I can continue working at my current job-yay!

      Lesley

    • Lesley says:

      Oh, I just reread your comment and realized I didn’t really answer your question! My first undergrad degree was a double major in history and religion, and the second was in elementary education.

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