Shopping antiques

I love antique shows, flea markets, and good old yard/ garage sales. As I mentioned in the past, maybe it has something to do with my parents dragging me to these events as a kid. At the time I used to hate it and thought why do we want to buy all these smelly old …

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Sunday reading

Even if it’s for just 15, 20 minutes, I’d like to have a moment to read on a relaxing Sunday. One of my favorite places to visit when I’m in downtown Los Angeles is The Last Bookstore located on South Spring St. Beautiful architecture designed by Parkinson and Bergstrom in 1914; the building was completed …

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London…

I’m writing this, and it’s already passed midnight. Today I was planning to post a story about Sunbury Antique Market in Kempton. Later this afternoon, I heard about a terrible incident that happened in London. I’ve been to both Borough Market and London Bridge where this horrific attack took place. What kind of world are …

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London Diary

Anytime you get to visit London is a treat! Beautiful sense of seasons, nostalgic sceneries, and always in the hands of the great company. By now I’m pretty familiar with how to get around London but still, the city is so big, there are so much to explore. My latest discovery was that you are …

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June 1 st

Happy June 1st! With the feeling of summer upon us, I’ve decided to do a 30-day challenge on my blog! There are many things I want to post, but I kept putting it off with excuses for being busy, and not having enough time to blog. So you know what? I’m going to force myself …

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these days…

I was pretty aware of not being able to post anything lately, but I didn’t think it’s been a month! Things have been crazy busy in May. I have a tendency to focus on one thing and put everything on hold, especially when it comes to castings. But for now… I’m taking in all these …

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THE NED

    Soho House Group did it once again! While I was in London, I was fortunate enough to be invited to one of the latest hotspots in the city, the most anticipated members’ club, the Ned before it’s opening. As you walk through pools of crowd pouring into the Bank station during rush hour, you …

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Spring in Los Angeles

Spring has arrived in Los Angeles. Even though spring to me means cherry blossom but still you can find beautiful blooms in Los Angeles. ロサンゼルスにも春がやって来ました。 私にとって春はやっぱり「桜」ですが、、、四季がないと思われがちなロサンゼルスでもちゃんと花が咲き乱れ、新芽が芽吹き、ちゃんと春を感じることができます。 Follow my blog with Bloglovin

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Dtla arts district

If you’ve been to Los Angeles a few times and have been to touristy spots already, there are so many quirky places yet to explore. Here are some of the list in downtown LA I’d like to recommend, where things are still organic, raw and innovative. The industrial area meets artists and artisans; this area …

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Perfect white shirt

My boyfriend insisted that I get this shirt from Frank & Eileen which is woven in Italy, made in sunny California. Since I already have so many white shirts, I thought it was unnecessary plus it wasn’t cheap. But for many great products, there is a reason for it.  Beautifully woven 100% pure cotton gives …

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London etc

After talking about my struggle to write my blog posts, I fee a little better and clear about things. Solutions to my concerns are I should just keep writing whatever I can at my own pacing. On a different note, I’d like to talk about how I find great humor in these English packaging today. …

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about blogging etc…

I know I’m saying this every year (or every post…) but can you believe it’s already March?!!!!! There are too many things to do and not enough time.  Maybe I have time management issues. When things get too busy, it’s so hard for me to juggle with my work, social media, and blogging. I’m just …

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