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Worky Work

September 6, 2013

Worky Work | vtwonen.nl | design-vox.com

So I have had this whole week off from work. My boyfriend and I decided to just take a staycation this year so we’ve stuck close to good old Grand Rapids, Michigan. Went to a game at The Big House, visited Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park, and done a whole lot of movie watching and shopping everywhere from malls to antique stores to Target. A sweet new market just opened in downtown Grand Rapids that we’re looking forward to going back to today to pick up some steaks to grill at a bonfire tonight.

Worky Work | studiopepe.info | design-vox.com

I’m being unintentionally ironic by sharing photos of workspaces today, since I haven’t done a bit of work all week. It really has been nice. I was worried at first that a staycation wouldn’t be as relaxing, especially since my boyfriend is not nearly as much of a homebody as me and always wants to be out doing something while I’d probably be perfectly content to sit on the sofa for a couple days. It’s good though. I’ve absolutely had more fun this week with Chris than I would have had alone on the sofa. 🙂 Though I am hopelessly behind on my TV viewing and blog reading. Oh my goodness I have so much catching up to do.

Worky Work | lonny.com | design-vox.com

Last week Design-Vox was featured in this article on The Vivant “The Top 25 Home Decor Blogs” which just about killed me with shock. Such a huge honor to be on a list with some of my most favorite and admired blogs. It means so much to me that folks are connecting with and enjoying Design-Vox. From the beginning my goal has just been to share what most inspires and excites me with the hope that others too will be inspired. Thank you so much for reading and commenting! <3

one | vtwonen via April and May
two | Studeiopepe via desire to inspire
three | Lonny via Because It’s Awesome

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  • Reply designlit September 25, 2013 at 3:20 am

    Inspiring workspace! If every office could be as colorful as this, every worker wouldn’t have to walk out to pace to and fro for inspiration. Thanks for sharing.

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