These days, I’ve been uploading #HobonichiWithMe videos! I’ve been wanting to do something similar to this (Kawaii DIY related) when I was in Manila but I forgot my tripod! *_* Finally, I had time to setup everything! (Time = 2 hours before work lol)
I used to do my hobonochi “exercise” during nighttime but I’m enjoying it more as it has become part of my morning ritual. I was so surprised by the feedback of my first video (uploaded on facebook) that it inspired me more to continue documenting my session & sharing it with others afterwards. I’ll have more crafty / kawaii diy-related videos later on but for now, here’s a good start! 😉
#Hobonichi with Kaila!
Enough of my hobonichi, and let’s start with the Edo Tokyo Museum photos!
Very scenic bathhouse in the open air museum. Studio Ghibli feels!
Perfect season to go there? Of course, Spring!
(Thanks Abbey for this photo!)
Thank you Reese for inviting the whole gang here! I went with Gil, Justin and Abbey!
Just taking a break from today’s work duties. Taking a break = blogger mode on, haha!
If you’ve been following my snaps (rainbowholic.me), you would know how I’ve become so (overly) attached to my hobonichi.
I think that this hobonichi activity has become my regular stress-reliever. Everyday, I respond to many emails and messages (mostly to answer clients’ inquiries / to disseminate tasks within my team) and I would easily get overwhelmed by everything happening all at the same time. I’ve realized that allowing myself to have a downtime (and just be myself, doodling my dreams on papers and designing the pages with washi tapes lol) is actually a good creative exercise. : ) You guys should also try it! Add more color to your day ~
It’s amazing how a simple work day like today (and mind you, it was stressful haha) became much more interesting with this simple form of leisure!
I bought some Gudetama stickers / washi tapes when I went to Sanrio Puroland before.. and I’m so happy that I finally get to use these for a personal project! 😀
God of Kawaii Zen lol