Posted on 01/08/2020 at 10:26 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Whether it’s out of a need for a fresh start or for something to do while the weather isn’t your cup of tea, many of us are itching to reorganize our physical life.
So C.S. Lakin has a timely guest post from architect Donald M. Rattner, who uses research into the psychology of space to guide his suggestions.
When it comes to the ideal writing space, Rattner says, we still have to consider our long-ago ancestors’ instinct to settle in a place that maximizes our ability to see possible threats and to protect ourselves passively.
He explains this desire, known as the prospect-refuge principle, and how to balance it with the best conditions for creativity over at Live Write Thrive.
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