The Appeal of Writing Cabins

You do not have to be a writer to want a private little cabin…but it helps. The solitude, peace and focus could keep the words flowing. Here is a question, could you go without Internet in your small pad? Author Jonathan Franzen writes in the big city but on a computer without online connection. And that is the point, to make sense of the world either through fiction or nonfiction, you have to disconnect. Imagine doing so in any of these tiny muses.

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  1. Allison Rietta
    Allison Rietta says:

    Disconnecting when being creative is crucial to the process! It helps keep focus and take a mindful approach to your work! Thanks for the article, and the pictures are amazing! – Allison Rietta @ Diagonal

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