I am not going to deny it was a legitimate struggle trying to decide what to write about today. Eventually, I finally settled on what you are about to read. Somewhat inspired by @kommienezuspadt and his recent posts about the workspace he has created I decided to show my own workspace.
The truth is, the title of this post has a bit of a double meaning. In addition to being outside of my work office where the majority of my Hive interaction takes place, the social distancing also has many of us separated from the typical content we normally blog about.
I had several events coming up including camping season that I was really looking forward to blogging about. Having been either cancelled or postponed, it has become necessary to find different things to blog about.
I've been able to come up with a couple of weekly features that give me something to blog about, but I don't really feel those have picked up as much hype as I had hoped they would.
Messy should probably be my middle name and if you saw my office at work you would probably agree. It should be no surprise to you then that the picture above is the home office that I have been doing my Hiving in (oh, I like that term, I will have to use it in a future post).
Despite not being my normal work space, I can't really complain about the view as you can see above. I think I really lucked out when my wife and I swapped work spaces at home. It was mostly so I could listen to my records in the downstairs office, but either way, I am not going to argue.
How is Covid impacting your "Hive space"? Are you finding it harder to come up with content ideas? Is your workspace different now or do you still do most of your creation in the same place?
I've been plugging away, but I still feel a bit disjointed with my content creation. I am not sure what is causing it. It's just this little nagging feeling in the back of my head that I can't put my finger on.
Do you feel more productive during this time or less? I'd love to hear about how this whole Corona thing has impacted your creative flow.