A shed of one’s own

mine is this way…

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Admittedly it is six years old and it has some of the things from my old shed in London.

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Virginia Woolf said ‘A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction.” Well, she was a genius and I don’t write novels. But I was once a freelance journalist and although currently I just blog, try my hand at poetry and paint a bit, a shed of my own is still important.

Yes, everyone should have a least a space of their own. Busy mums without much space or money could empty the cupboard under the stairs, paint it, add a few inspiring postcards and put up a shelf for a table lamp and a laptop.

Seen that work plenty of times.

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