ROOM TOUR - A Japanese Illustrator's Desk and Atelier tour
A look into the room of a former graphic designer who now works as a freelance illustrator which gives her more freedom and independence. From her work station, to her collection of work items like drawing tools and other things like plants, books and records.
I like that she surround herself with things that make her happy to make herself motivated to work productively. I remember Marie Kondo said, “Put things that spark joy where you can see them and put things that doesn’t spark joy where you can’t see them.”
For example, things that make you happy like books you enjoy reading or poster you enjoy viewing. Things that don’t make you happy but you need them, like accounting book for your monthly expenses and taxes, in the cupboard where you don’t see them.
The idea is that when you keep seeing things around you that spark joy, you feel light and happy. But if you keep seeing things around you that reminds you of things that you dread, you feel overwhelmed and drained, so you won’t be motivated or driven to do anything.
finally making babe's cookies, she so damn happy about 'em too...
I thought that I made them too big but she says they're perfect.
Well, what she really said was, "how'd ya make them so fuckin' perfect?!"
I like her happy face, she's got the cutest smile.
But here's what made my face smile happily before the cookies came out:
Biiiiiiiiiiiiitch, when the fuck did they start making edible raw cookie dough???
Though I am not going to test it, I believe the package. Kinda. I'm not interested in researching how this works with the, uh, pasteurized eggs and, um, heat treated flour. I don't plan to look into exactly wtf "ready to eat manufacturing" means when it comes to this roll of raw dough.
All I know is that I'm prepared to feed this to a child and collect a check if (s)he gets sick.
Saucer, coaster Or you can apply it to your satisfaction. Weave from bamboo and rattan Diameter 10 cm. And 13 cm.
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