I took several days off work and then telecommuted for a week so I could take care of Misty at home. Alas, I couldn't stay away from the office forever, so I returned this week.
I've mentioned before that finding Work-Life-Horse Balance is challenging. My job can be very stressful and demanding. So last month I decided to personalize my office cubicle with happy things that motivate me to keep my butt in the chair and my nose to the grindstone.
I decorated my cubicle corner - the one I spend hours and hours facing - with happy horsey wall art, turning it from a drab space into a charming nook in which to rest my eyes and unwind when I need a brain break.
The small stuffed horse underneath my monitor is actually a screen cleaner. It's tummy is made of soft microfiber cloth.
I love the picture in the center because it reminds me of Misty, with her big head and drafty hooves.
The artist titled it: "Reclining Nude"
Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, It's off to work I go.
(It's Wednesday! Just two more days until the weekend.)
Quote: "Corporations no longer try to fit square pegs into round holes; they just fit them into square cubicles." Robert Brault