Randomocities: Dysfunctional Design

From mess . . .

. . . to success!!!

Okay, so after I dropped the kiddies off @ school I came back home with my brain set to “work-mode.” I don’t know HOW I’ve been doing it, but apparently I have been working in complete and utter chaos!! I have been so ensconced in designing that I haven’t even paid attention to my surroundings. This post is for all my friends that think I am so organized. Look at the craziness that I was allowing myself to work in!!! It didn’t start out this way, but apparently this is what happens when genius’ are at work! LOL!!! Anyway, as I walked back into my room with coffee cup in hand, ready to sit down and resume the creative process, the veil was suddenly removed from my eyes!!! There was no way on God’s green earth that I could make one more move in my surroundings as they were . . . One hour later, clarity and function were restored. Yay!! The day already seems brighter, and more filled with possibilities!!!  . . . For the remainder of my time here at my desk, I will be more focused and, dare I say . . . excited!!! This is what organization does for me. It creates excitement and energy!!

(never mind the fact that my calendar says it is the 27th day of the month… that’s how I stay a step ahead of myself. LOL.)

What kinds of things get you geared up and ready to work?

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4 thoughts on “Randomocities: Dysfunctional Design

  1. LaLa

    Oh Gosh…what a fun post of reality…it reminds me of the magazines that show the same pic and you are suppose to identify the changes…there were to many to count on your pics..LOL I get geared up when time is not on my side, not the most optimal position to be in but I work really well under those conditions–my focus is really intense during that period.

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    1. thelookbookphilosophy Post author

      LOL! I know, it was pretty ridiculous!!! But I can totally relate to working well under the pressure of time constraints. I almost need the time constraint or I will procrastinate. It just doesn’t feel as urgent and I don’t seem to focus as well if I have tons of time to complete a project. Maybe that is dysfunctional in itself, but it works for me.

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  2. Angie G.

    Hate to say it but looming deadlines usually do the trick for me; but there is no substitute for a clear mind and being present. That’s when I am at my best. : )

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    1. thelookbookphilosophy Post author

      I can totally relate girl. I dunno why it is that way, but I can really hone in my focus and make magic happen when I know I have a limited amount of time to complete a project! But as you mentioned, a clear and present mind it key to all good work related performance for me as well!!

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