New space, new beginnings

By Posted in - Agency Management & Raleigh PR Agency on January 24th, 2010

My shabby chic desk

I stood back and looked around after arranging a lamp & a few other things on the desk in the new Clairemont Communications office this evening. I had that old familiar feeling. The same one I had when I moved into my first dorm room, when I moved into my first post-college apartment and again when Dave & I moved into our first house, affectionately known as The Odd Pod.

It might be small, it might be cheaply decorated, but it’s mine, all mine, and I love every square foot of it. Independence is heavenly, even on a shoestring decorating budget. It’s all about new beginnings, and the place is just brimming over with excitement and possibilities. Or maybe it’s me who is brimming over just looking at my own little space in this world.

I wanted to share a pic from my work area — found my shabby chic desk at the NC Flea Market. Can’t wait to get my 1960’s patio set delivered that will become the Clairemont conference table.

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  • […] for a small business in the start-up stage is simply survival. There are days when the A/C in our office (in a lovely historic building) isn’t working again, and I’m in the floor trying to put […]

  • Cheryl Bell - Reply

    January 26, 2010 at 3:20 pm

    I love your new office space! It looks so cute! Congratulations to you my friend!

  • JoAnn - Reply

    January 25, 2010 at 6:52 pm

    Gorgeous!

  • Jill - Reply

    January 25, 2010 at 6:49 pm

    That office space is so Dana! Love it. You are destined for greatness.

    Jill

  • Jeannie Hanks - Reply

    January 25, 2010 at 6:42 pm

    Congratulations Dana, I’m so happy for you! Looking at the picture of The Dulion sure brings back great memories that you and I share and will never forget…Steeeellllaaaa! I wish you much success with your new venture and always. Jeannie

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