I love my apartment.
Which actually serves as an art studio as well for the past few years.
But the thing is that I have lived 13 years in my apartment; all these years while having OCD.
I like keeping things, but I am not a hoarder, even thought I can seem like one. My problem is that my home is full of triggers, many of which I didn’t hve the courage to deal with up until now. And even if I dealt with some of them, new ones came in.
I decided that it is time to fully declutter my home/art studio! Wheeee!
The biggest issue is the clothing, I wear everything only once amd then I have to wash it. Also, I have to wash everything that’s getting triggered (bags, shoes, etc, etc). As you cam imagine there are quite a few piles of clothes.
So, yesterday I started the process of decluttering clothes, objects, accessories, shoes, things I don’t usually a lot, art supplies, everything!
And for the things that are sentimental for me, that have a stpry behind them and I want to let them go but it’s hard, I decided to tell a short story about them. I am going to take a photo of them and tell their story in a post.
Stay tuned and pardon me, I have to go and continue decluttering 😊
Skulls and skeletons (and macabre and the relation between life and death) are definitely part of my microcosm!
They’re everywhere in the house, in my wardrobe and a lot in my art….
Part of my home is my art studio.
It’s basically like I have created a microcosm all around me, filled with trinkets, pieces of art, patterns, colors, things I need in order to create, things I just like using or just look at…!
Well, as it seems I’m starting a new series of blog posts! The theme this time will be my home.
I moved out of my parent’s house when I was 17 (I’m 28 now), to study cinema in Athens (Greece), which is actually the city where my mom was born, and grew up.
The place I call home is a small apartment/art studio. It’s the space where I feel more comfortable in and due to the fact that I have lived here for all those crucial years (I practically wasn’t even an adult when I came here), I believe that it totally shows “the microcosm inside my mind”.
So, ger ready for stories, photos, tons of color and diy projects!