As of this writing, it's unclear just how much damage Hurricane Sandy will do to the homes, businesses and lives of East Coast dwellers. (For news, updates and safety information, follow the HuffPost Hurricane Sandy liveblog.) Here in New York City, as we hunker down to wait it out, we hope that what has so far proven a "hurrication" for many will stay that way, but there's still lots of anxiety about what could happen, and we're sure some of our readers are feeling that, too.
Earlier today AOL Jobs invited readers to submit pictures of the makeshift "home offices" those working remotely today created for themselves. At HuffPost Lifestyle, we're also interested in seeing how you and your friends and/or family have made your home as comfortable as possible during what is for a variety of reasons a challenging couple of days. What room have you all gathered in? How are you passing the time? What have you done to make your space your personal calm in the storm?
LOOK: HuffPost Women Readers Create Their Calm In The Storm
Our first photo, here and above, comes from HuffPost Women Associate Editor Emma Gray: "My calm in the storm: 'Homeland' marathon & baking cookies." You can see the "Homeland" in this version.
Putting together furniture
@HuffPostWomen #calminthestorm #Sandy I'm putting together furniture - bookshelves and a dresser! #homeboundproductive pic.twitter.com/mWR4Uc66
Via: ajoakes, Twitter
@HuffPostWomen #calminthestorm Getting ready to go to family's house in a diff town. No electricity at our home. pic.twitter.com/2leGlrxb
@HuffingtonPost @huffpostwomen Blackout Gin Rummy #calminthestorm #Sandy pic.twitter.com/gEXfskYj
Hurricane Sandy Yoga Credit: emilydyess, <a href="http://instagram.com/p/RYZR9CsO76/">Instagram</a>
Playing Wits & Wagers at Strider home. #Sandy #calminthestorm @HuffingtonPost @HuffPostWomen http://huff.to/WWfhSB pic.twitter.com/EZh4Mc8d
I hope @HuffPostWomen features the pizza I just tweeted at them #calminthestorm