My relationship with my HP Spectre laptop has been going strong for 2 months now. You can read more about my experience with the world's thinnest laptop here and here. After solely using the Spectre for the past few months, I can't imagine life without it and am thankful for it because it has re-inspired me in various ways.
I'm thankful not only for a powerful laptop that allows me to work hours on end without having to recharge it, but for the HP Spectre's unique and sleek design. The gorgeous rose gold details encouraged me to revamp my work space to match. I never realized how important it is to have a work area that I love and leaves me feeling inspired. Now, I sit down at my desk with a "feel good" feeling and don't mind the occasional nights where I burn the midnight oil. I've made an effort to always have fresh white flowers, postcards of prints and quotes that I love, an invigorating candle scent and of course, the desk essentials (pens, notebooks, scissors, etc). I love that not only does everything go well together aesthetically, but it's functional and practical.
The HP Spectre has allowed me to be more mobile and to take my work outside of my home (as mentioned in a previous post) and has also done the same for when I am home. With my new work environment and new laptop, I have been able to create more content for my blog and post more frequently. I look forward to putting in "work", although it really doesn't feel like work when I love what I do. I have taken on a project that had been put on the back burner for months. I haven't changed the layout of my blog since its inception many, many years ago and it's been long overdue. Now armed with the HP Spectre, the Adobe Creative Suite and a new work environment that I simply adore, I'm excited to conquer this new project.
Over the next few months, I'll be revamping my blog with a new layout and can't wait to share it with you once it's complete.
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