When I shop, I do research, asking myself plenty of questions – is this going to benefit my life somehow? Will I end up donating this in a year? Is it worth the cost? After years of minimizing and Kon-Mari-ing, this is what happens in my brain. Then I soul-search – will this item feed… Continue reading Dr. Martens Satchel Review
I’m more than halfway through the year of using my passport sized Midori Traveler’s Notebook and very much enjoying the setup. I love that the main weekly view insert goes for only half the year, so I’m not weighed down with carrying months of old information. My system works: I prefer a weekly view, with… Continue reading Passport Planner Update & Setup
I have to admit, I was quite surprised at how much I’ve come to love the camel Traveler’s Notebook. I pre-ordered the passport size not knowing if I would truly appreciate the colorr and wondered perhaps if I were getting caught up in the 10th anniversary hype. But because I so happily enjoyed using… Continue reading Camel Traveler’s Notebook Unboxing & Setup
I decided to change things up in my Midori to give it a refresh. Now that I have a few new bits – Pan Am themed things especially – I decided to add them. It’s getting my hyped up for my upcoming trip and thought I’d share the setup. Also, if you’re interested, what I’ve… Continue reading New Midori Setup
My quarterly journal update is live! I’d like to share what I’ve finished in inserts for my Midori Traveler’s notebook, what writing tools I’m using and overall thoughts on my Midori.
I don’t claim a lot to my Chinese heritage. I don’t cook the dishes, (I know a few, but my husband laments that the only way he can get Chinese food is going to a restaurant!), I speak it only to my parents, since local Cantonese-speaking folks are a rare thing in these WI parts,… Continue reading I’m so Asian when it comes to Stationery…
Now that I’m a few months in to my now beloved Midori Traveler’s Notebook, I thought I’d update you on some journals I’ve finished, which I discuss in my latest video and how I’ve set up my Midori.