Public is one of my favorite words, especially when it comes to creative workspaces and getting stuff done. Some people need to be alone when they work, but I am not that kind of person. When I need a fresh burst of creativity for a particular project, or have a blog post that needs finishing (or starting), I have to get out of the house.
This week I came across a new-to-me coworking company called WeWork. For a monthly membership fee, they offer access to super cool common workspaces and free coffee, among other features. Sort of like the fitness club I used to go to, except with desks instead of elliptical trainers.
I’d love to visit any of their spaces (especially the Berkeley and Tel Aviv locations) in the future, because I think the concept of a shared working environment is BRILLIANT.
But today I’m talking about my own creative workspace. Currently it’s the local coffee shop, which is as close to a shared workspace as I can get for now. Continue reading →
If your printer will print full bleed, definitely do that, because that’s the look I was trying to achieve. Mine won’t, so I just printed it at 100% and trimmed the edges (about ⅛” on each side) with a paper cutter. You can put it in a frame and write on the glass with a dry-erase marker, or print it on nice paper and hang it up. I hope you like it! (P.S. September is my favorite month on this calendar.)