What I want from Homebird Studio is to do what I love (making!) and be able to contribute financially. While I don't know the best way to go forward, I know a few steps I will need to take. First of all, my online presence. I know it's important but it seems so hard. Spending time on the internet? Not generally an option. And if I do have 5 minutes on the computer I really like to spend it looking at other blogs with great ideas and lovely photos (Design*Sponge is like a drug). But if I want to do this well I know I need to get my etsy store going and have some semblance of a regular blog.
Also very important is my work space. Right now I do not have one. We rent an adorable little 2 bedroom house. We have one room that serves as our dining room, my husband's office and my "studio." To make my studio work better we thrifted a sideboard to refinish but between a one year old and some rainy days (and a Zumba-thon!) I haven't even finished sanding it properly. But here it is as sold.
And with some sanding.
Maybe this weekend I'll get it finished? Until then my work station looks like
Need I say more? At least I've started working on my work space. And now I've started my blog! Baby steps...