Thursday, May 21, 2020

Jack Monroe: shedworker

The excellent cook, food writer, and anti-poverty campaigner Jack Monroe has been busy turning herself into a shedworker, preparing for her new cookery series Jack Monroe's Camp Kitchen. She has essentially turned a rather dilapidated old shed into a marvellous working garden studio for around £100, using reclaimed items from her garage for decoration and furniture. We particularly liked the astroturf touch which you can just see in the photo above. This is what the shed looked like before...

And here's what she says about it:
"This shed/studio/shedio is probably one of the most radical acts of self care and self investment I have done in as long as I can remember. I can't recall being this genuinely comfortable and happy for a very long time. Going to be hanging out in here a lot, getting to know what makes me happy when I'm all by myself alone with nothing to prove."
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