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  • Japan Part V : Kyoto

    Kyoto I found Kyoto to be more touristy than Tokyo. Tokyo was very crowded, but it was  crowded in general with native dwellers and tourists alike. Whereas, Kyoto seemed to have a higher proportion of tourists to natives. Or maybe we just went to touristy spots. Anyways, that was my observation. We spent 5 days and 4 nights in Kyoto […]
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  • Japan Part IV : Kurashiki

    Kurashiki After Hiroshima, we spent 2 days and 1 night in Kurashiki. It is a small town that has an old historic canal district, called Kurashiki Bikan (Aestheric Area). We felt that 2 days was a good amount of time to explore this historic and quaint city.   Japan Rural Toy Museum: This museum was the highlight of my trip. It is […]
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  • Japan Part III : Hiroshima / Miyajima Island

    Hiroshima I wasn’t sure what to expect with Hiroshima. We wanted to go to pay our respects at the Atomic Bomb Dome and see the Peace memorials. Aside from those plans, I didn’t really know what to expect. I was happy to find that Hiroshima has a very warm, familial vibe to it. It was slower paced, very walkable, and the […]
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  • Japan Part II : Tokyo

    Tokyo This trip we focused on seeing other neighborhoods in Tokyo that were a bit quieter, less crowded, and piqued our interest when we visited in 2013. Below, I included some of my favorites: Kichijōji: I really enjoyed Kichijoji last trip, so I wanted to spend a bigger chunk of time in this neighborhood. It reminds me of Brooklyn, lots of cute […]
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  • Japan Part I : general information

    This April, my husband and I traveled to Japan. During this trip to Japan, we decided to venture south from Tokyo by riding the shinkansen (bullet train) to Hiroshima, Kurashiki, and Kyoto. Japan can be a really intimidating place to visit, so I thought some readers might be interested in general information, places we enjoyed, as well as tips to make […]
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  • Warby Barker

    Friday April 1st, I will be drawing dogs Warby Parker Soho 4-7pm for their Warby Barker April Fools celebration. Dogs will have glasses to try on and I will be trying my best to work and not cuddle them all night. See you there?
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  • Goin’ Fulltime Freelance

    In the end of February, I left my corporate job doing children’s graphics t-shirts and have transitioned to FULLTIME FREELANCE! Woohoo! I am very excited to be doing this fulltime now!
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  • Yes Williamsburg Instagram Takeover

    In March, I took over the YesWilliamsburg Instagram page for a day. I shared 4 of my favorite neighborhood spots. Thanks for having me YesWilliamsburg.
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  • Skin & Body Essentials

    Winter is upon us and that means tight, dry skin! I’ve been wanting to update my Essentials list (previous essentials here, here, and here) – but this time, with my favorite skin and body products. These have been my top skin and body products I have been loving recently. (products listed in order of the columns, L-R) Do you have […]
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  • Warby Parker Event

    In December, I was invited, along with fellow illustrators, Paul Hoppe  and Ellen Weinstein, to illustrate at two Warby Parker Holiday events. Warby Parker is a American brand that sells prescription eyewear and sunglasses. Warby Parker had a large holiday marketing campaign focused around small buttons, so as an extension of that, we were asked to create custom illustrated buttons […]
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