I have many systems in place this year for my littlest guy’s distance learning. As we closed-out the end of the last school year, it was a free-for-all, so I definitely needed to up my game. There were days my third-grader and I wouldn’t get started on school work until 3PM. We never quite found our rhythm. My goal this year is structure: a fixed learning schedule, a dedicated space for him to focus and virtually interact with his teacher — and a productive workspace for me, too. Of course, this fantasy led me down a home-office-workspace-inspiration rabbit hole. So, if you’re heading down a similar path, come on in, this rabbit hole is big enough for the both of us.
Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.
Home Office Inspiration
–Discover more inspiration on my Pinterest board | Offices.
Kids’ Homework Stations
–Discover more inspiration on my Pinterest board | Homework Stations.
Let’s be realistic. Our distance learning situation might get off to a rocky start. These are unchartered, choppy waters. But, we will find our groove… eventually. I think if we draw some creative ideas from this home office workspace inspiration and incorporate some of them into our own spaces, we can manifest a much smoother transition. If we make each space special with personalized artwork, a cute potted succulent, an organized system for supplies, a posted schedule for lunch, snacks, and stretching, and essential oil diffusers filled to the brim with orange oil (shown to ease anxiety), we can kickstart this unique production with a bang. –Happy homeschooling, y’all. …And may the force be with us. –xo
*Featured Image | Stoffer Photography