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Using a Different Office

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A new office

In February we purchased our first home. It's beautiful, with wooden cathedral ceilings and slate floors. The yards are filled with lush gardens overlooked by a spacious undercover outdoor area. A generous extension houses a spacious living area with a fireplace.

But it's small. Much smaller than we're used to. And much smaller than our previous home which we called "The Mansion".  It is the first house I have lived in for a very long time that doesn't have a room I can call my office.

Because of the design of the house, our computer desks gave it a cluttered look. So we decided to get rid of the kids' computer desks and desktop computers, and replaced them with Asus eeePC's. They love them. I bought one for myself as well.

But I hadn't come up with a real solution for a lack of an office

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