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there's something in water

There is really not alot I can complain about being my own boss, making my own hours, the rewards of which cannot even come close to that of working for anyone else. My studios are in my home, so whenever creativity strikes I have everything I need at my fingertips. Literally. 
This means that downtime, when I should be relaxing and letting creativity brew, can become stagnant. My ambition can sometimes be my unravelling.
The next few weeks you will find me here:

Just me, the little princess - Sahara, good books, too many dvd's, a view from the tallest building in Australia... I already feel creativity brewing in my waters...

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