Wide Open Spaces

I dismantled my coffee bar.

Didn’t see that coming did ya? Neither did I, and it all fell apart so gracefully. It’s was about a month ago when I began to feel a tug at my heart every time I walked by it, so I knew this was coming. It’s like God always gives me a heads up before anything big is going to happen, and I was pretty quick to follow suit this time.

I was asked to take on a project by my guys over at Zen Habits, and it was an overwhelming thought at first. They want me to assemble, pack up and mail 24 gift boxes for their Fearless Mastery program participants before the end of September. Our house is less than 1,000 square feet, but I’m a big believer in, ‘you have everything you need.’

The space was there, it was just being used as a coffee bar. I took a day and moved coffee paraphernalia piece by piece to it’s new location near the kitchen. How did I know this was divine intervention? Because it all fell together seamlessly, and it’s better than before.

Chemex Coffeemaker

We’ll find our creativity in wide open spaces.

10 thoughts on “Wide Open Spaces

    1. Isn’t that a sweet feeling? Thank you Kat. They are freeing, and once these gift boxes are out the door, who knows what the space will be used for. It won’t go back to being a coffee bar because I tend not to go backwards. I have a feeling when walking by the space, it’s waiting to be used for more. ❤

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  1. Sometimes I think I love something so much where it is, and would never ever move it or part with it, and the next day I’ll get a feeling to “let it go”. Funny thing is , I never miss it in that spot.

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    1. You nailed it darling. I loved using the Coffee Bar, and it was the core of this house, so at first it looked odd walking by seeing it empty. Time goes by and now I walk by and see infinite possibilities. Thank you for sharing.

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