A lot happens in my home studio. Whether it’s cooking, candle-making, woodworking, creating terrariums, or even product photoshoots. The goal is to keep expressing my creativity wherever it wants to be expressed and not limit myself to what I “should” be doing. I’ve also taken the pressure off of having a completed output. Whether I’m able to produce a product and make money out of it- doesn’t matter. The only goal is to find joy in what I’m doing, whatever it may be. I follow my curiosity until it runs out and find joy wherever it takes me.
I also consider my home a “home cafe” where I make snacks and beverages to mimic the comfort and relaxing ambiance of a neighbourhood cafe. It’s an ideal way to enjoy your favourite drink and snacks in the comfort of your own home. It‘s the perfect place to kick back and relax with friends, enjoy a book, or get some work done.
A space for hobbies
My home studio is also like a library- books, computer games, board games, and puzzles. It’s a space where I can enjoy the things I like the most, especially as an introvert.