Saturday, February 11, 2012 Leave a comment
An Example from my life
Excerpted from my upcoming Boggle Book ©Madelyn Grifith-Haynie-all rights reserved
Part 2 – CLICK HERE for Part 1 of this particular post- see below for links to entire series
When I was living in New York City, a high stress place if there ever was one, my Boggle Room was my bedroom.
It is one of the things I miss most about New York, now that I have relocated myself and The Optimal Functioning Institute’s “executive offices” elsewhere.
I lived in a large apartment in a pre-war elevator building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. I designed my New York bedroom, a space that was much longer than wide, so that my queen-sized bed was practically in the middle of the room. At the end of the room toward the foot of the bed I built in an entire wall of mirrored closets.