Friday, January 29, 2010

Heather Waring: shedworker

From her garden office Heather Waring runs a couple of businesses: MediaCoach supplies communications expertise to companies and company spokespeople, and Walkers' Coach which aims to "walk WOW into the lives of women everywhere", promoting walking and its many benefits for better health, running coaching and walking retreats, and doing one to one 'walk and talk' sessions. Here's what Heather says:
Alan and I love working in our HQ in the garden because it's handy and means no wasted commuting time, don't have to worry about transport problems, it allows us to integrate family life easily, it's warm and cosy in the winter and airy in the summer, there's a shaded verandah to use in the good weather which is also an ideal place for a glass of wine at the end of the day and in the recent snow, we've been able to get on with business.

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  1. Anonymous10:44 AM

    Great little office, Love the colour!

  2. Anonymous3:20 PM

    yeah- ditto that- the color just speaks "relaxation" in a tropical/beach sense. Very cozy looking!

    I love this block-wood concept, and have seen it a few times- there's one in the turret-addition/house in the Shay Solomon Book- "Little House On A Small Planet". I usually save and burn all my tiny block-wood scraps, but have always wondering if I should begin the accumulation of 'em for something like this- although mine would be less a meditation hut, and more so a beer-drinking/book readin' hangout! (which I suppose, IS one form of meditation). lol.

    -Deek D
    AUTHOR OF: "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks, Cozy Cottages, Ramshackle Retreats, Funky Forts (And Whatever The Heck Else We Could Squeeze In Here!)"