Saturday, April 7, 2012


So, most of you guys know how I'm an editor of my school's yearbook, BLAH BLAH BLAH.

I already know that I'm going to be the type of person who brings their work home with them, but I just think it's funny how no matter where I work, I never seem to have a decent place to work.

This is usually where I work when I'm at school:

Yes. I am indeed working on 2 laptops, as well as a tablet. I like to multitask.

But at school, I have very little elbow room. Sometimes it's a good thing, because Ashley and I can show each other stuff easily, but it sucks whenever I need room to just lay everything out too look at.

This is my home office space:

As you can tell, it's not really structured, but I do get to lay out proofs and edit them in comfort. Also, I can jam out to Semisonic without anyone judging me. Judge me and die. They remind me of my childhood and Heath Ledger.

As a future career aspiration, I'd like to have an ACTUAL office space, with like 3 desks and a drafting table. Yes. That's what I want.


  1. I think it's awesome that you're yearbook editor. I never took the class because I was scared of the teacher and now I will never know if I would've liked it. I guess there's always college?

    I'm sure you will have the office of your dreams one day!

  2. It's so cool that you edit your yearbook, even if the space is crammed - I'm only year 2 (of 5, a bit like grade 9), so I've only been in the yearbook office once when I won a competition, and it looks like you lot get a great deal with little resources.

    I enjoy your blog, btw, I've been following for a while. :)

  3. At least you have some kind of desk. I sit on a chair and rest my laptop on my legs, which are resting on the bed.

  4. I LOVE HOW YOU'RE USING THREE THINGS AT ONCE AHAHHA and yeah sounds like a great office!