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Tomy White

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June Hulton
I agree, each one has a defined space suitable for study area.. I would eventually, or maybe take the door of my "storage cupboard". Need to relocate my towels and stuff into one of the top boxes, in the wardrobes. Then relay some of the shelving in different areas. I would have a small but very compact. Ideally study area. One where I can use the PC and walk away when had enough.. We have a small desk in the corner of the lounge area at the moment. And it's frustrating to keep paperwork tidy. Although each week we file. And get rid of what we don't need or use.. I can stand seeing messy places...Tidy home..tidy mind.
   
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