Now that I’ve put together my bookshelf and my new television has arrived, I feel like I can finally share more pictures of my apartment. With the exception of the balcony (part of the table arrived broken and I had to order a replacement part), everything is pretty much done. I will likely add more …

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After years of the same, creaky full-sized mattress with my “Psycho Mrs. Bates divot”, it was time to upgrade. A mattress is no small purchase, but I had been considering a Casper for a while, thanks in part to the advertisements on nearly all my favorite podcasts. So I embarked on some research, looking at reviews …

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This week, I decided to check out a newer series on Netflix called, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Seeing the words, “tidying up” immediately caught my attention because while I’m certainly not at an OCD level of tidiness, I really like for my personal spaces to be neat, both and home and work. Marie Kondo is a decluttering guru, …

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This weekend was spent focusing on my closet cleaning/organization project; for a recap of the “Before”, you can read Part I. The biggest game changer had to do with my shoes, which were haphazardly placed both inside and on top of original shoe boxes of various colors, shapes, and sizes. It made the whole closet …

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Hello, hello. I don’t know if you’ve ever lived in a studio apartment or an environment with less storage available than necessary, but for me, it’s becoming a problem. I have a large closet, but I do keep a vanity table in there in addition to hanging a large majority of my clothing. On the …

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The inspiration for this post all started from the movie I watched this weekend. A fairly weak “thriller” film, The Phantom in the Theatre, was something I picked on Netflix because many Asian thriller/horror films are awesome. Though this one was rather corny, I finished it because the cast was so attractive and I loved …

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The interwebs are nicknamed as such for a good reason. You may follow one path originally and end up somewhere else entirely, hence why most people are inclined to hide or delete their search history. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone on Wikipedia and started with one topic and ended up 500 …

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