Having lived out of a suitcase for most of this year, finding an inspirational place to work is always high on the agenda for me. So naturally, I was attracted to the title of this book, Creativity at Work. Funnily enough, I discovered it was written and photographed by Heather Clawson, an interior designer from New York, whose blog I read daily (routinely) Habitually Chic.
So let me introduce you to our book this month, Habitually Chic: Creativity at Work. I firstly want to point out that it is not just a book full of images of people's work spaces. Its more than this. When you read through, you will discover Heather has cleverly curated and dialogued wisdom from creatives about their own career journeys. You are left to ponder about your own creative lifestyle, your personal and work-related ambitions and how you build your own walls of motivation around you.
I want to share some of my own personal discoveries from this book this month with you. Having taken the leap of faith from the law into the design world, I find myself always intrigued by other people's career journeys. Did you always know what you wanted to do from a young age? How did you get your break? What did you do to change your career and goals in life. This book shares wonderful insights from leading creatives to keep you focused & inspired to find and follow your own passion.
"I knew my career path had inspired many over the years so I wanted to hear more about how all these different creative people got their start, what kept them going, and what inspired them." - Heather Clawson.
You can pick up your copy of Creativity at Work, here.
All images sources from Guest of Guest blog interview with Heather here.