This is the fifth official week in the new coworking space. From a work standpoint, the transition from working at home has been marked by the inspiration of the physical space, a clearer line of separation between home life and work life, and making projects better by simply talking through things with another designer. There are also the extra benefits of the bump in. Our space is in a neighborhood. It’s part of a vibrant, historic community where running into people out and about is common. I’ve missed that since I left my old agency job in downtown Lincoln. A previous space I worked at a couple years ago on the edge of downtown Omaha felt a little too isolated. But now, the bump in is back. At any of the local lunch spots or people swinging by to see the space, long live the bump in.