On January First, Two-Thousand and Sixteen, I woke up and rearranged my studio.
Since I was a child, rearranging my living space on a regular basis has been a normal part of life. Because, after all, what if it could become a better space? And an even better space after that? I read a NPR article a few minutes ago, talking about New Year's resolutions. It suggested that instead of starting with ourselves in regards to change, we may want to begin by changing our environment. "How can I change my environment to maximize the odds that I'll act like the person I want to be?" A valid point, I think.
The rearrangement of my studio is to provide for an area dedicated to painting. I have been wanting to do this for a very long time and now I think the studio functions better for all creative endeavors, not just painting. It's a move in the right direction and now we will see how changing my environment changes me and my productivity in the quest to become a more prolific designer and artist.