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Wednesday
Feb162011

100 Days of Gratitude - Day 21 - Home Office

I'm grateful for my home office.

When I'm not traveling doing shows, I'm usually in my office. It's at my house, but not "IN" my house.

My favorite place to sit is in the middle of my U shaped desk in my super comfortable desk chair. I'm surrounded by everything I need.

My desk set up is amazing. It has three monitors on it. 2 - 37" and one 21". The 21" monitor always has Outlook running and shares a computer with the 37" monitor immediately to its left. This computer runs Windows. To my left I have another 37" monitor that is hooked up to my MacBookPro and has a Bluetooth keyboard, mouse and touchpad to control it.

It's a pretty bad assed looking set up if I say so myself! If it were even remotely clean I'd post a picture of it, but it's the place that I can let things pile up... and they do.

I have a communte of about 15 steps everyday.

My office is a 24'x14' portable office building placed behind our house. Don't confuse it with the workshop - that's a permament building, and about 45 steps from the house.

My office has everything in it that I need. It's funny, sometimes friends will come into the office and see our computers, copiers, FAX machines, laminator, comb binding machine, desks, paper folders and book shelves and say "it's just like a real office". It is a REAL office.

Best of all, I don't have to dress up to go to the office if I don't want to. I can wear shorts, my robe (that's what I'm wearing now) or even worn out, too tight sweat pants and t-shirts. No one comes here except me (and Emma when she's not on the road). I don't have to impress anyone.

If I don't want to make that 15 step communte I can still access everything I need on my computer through iTeleport via my iPad and have instant access to anything that's on any of my computers.

I also have a PS2, a DVD player and a stereo hooked up at my desk, but I haven't turned any of them on in over a year. It is, after all, a place to work.

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