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As an Inhabitat editor, I’m asked all kinds of questions about green architecture and sustainable interior design, but the one I probably hear the most is, “How’d you get your job?” Based on those inquiries as well as the input I receive from my friends and family, it’s plain to see that many professionals in non-creative roles spend their days pretending to do work behind cubicle walls while secretly pursuing their true passions on Pinterest (I’m not judging because I totally do it too). If that sounds like you, you may have daydreamed about going back to school for interior design, but decided that it just wasn’t financially feasible to quit your current job or put in the time commitment. Luckily, it turns out that nowadays you can start steering yourself towards the creative career you want without giving up your day job. By studying at New York City’s premier home-study interior design school, The Sheffield School, you can start courses whenever you like and move at your own pace towards a certificate of completion. You’ll learn the basic principles you need to get started, and the best part is that it’s not nearly as risky or costly as quitting your job cold turkey and matriculating into a college design program.

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