I am slowly but surely getting back into the swing of things as I settle into my new home in L.A. and pick up with work. Part of the process of getting "settled" includes setting routines: especially important for those of us who work from home, and perhaps even more important for those of us who are "creatives." My natural inclination is to approach my day willy-nilly, but as that usually means that I don't accomplish everything that needs to be done, I try to stick to a routine as much as possible. My morning routine involves a run around the Silver Lake reservoir, followed by some mellow time for eating breakfast, reading the paper, and considering the day that lies before me. I'm not a morning person, so taking the time to "be" each morning is essential for me to get into the right head space.
Image | Styling by Lauryl Lane.