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My Hoffice

This week, the challenge over at Paula’s is “my workstation”.  My place of work often ends up being in a hotel room or in managed offices somewhere around Europe.  But I am now in the UK for at least the next 3 weeks so I’m actually sharing a couple of shots of my home office.  My desk is actually very bright, lots of pink and orange, so it’s interesting to see it in monochrome – though black and white looked a little too austere so I’ve added a touch of cream.

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By the way, my post title isn’t a typo, hoffice is a term for home office  it refers to and it also refers to a networking idea for home workers.  I’m not at home much so I haven’t tried it, but for home workers who rarely get to meet people, this is a way of working and socialising at the same time.  If there isn’t a group near you, you can set one up – all the info is here.

Linked to My Workstation.

aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 7 June 2015

9 replies »

  1. Brilliant, I feel privileged to have a quick look into your hoffice 🙂 Loving your desktop and your library. Thank you for playing along, Debbie. Have a great week!

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