Hello! I hope everyone is doing (reasonably) well. In the beginning of 2020 I decided to get a new camera since my old one was too bulky for me to carry around (for past two years I barely took any photos). Please check my Instagram Atlas in Blue for more. Camera: Fujifilm X-T30, Lens: Fujinon … More First impressions with Fujifilm
Everyday is a bike day! It’s kind of funny and embarrassing to say, but a few months ago I decided to learn how to ride a bicycle for the first time in my life! For some reason I had never got a chance, but always had a wish to ride one. Little by little I … More Learning to ride a bike and passing Japanese language exam!
Why skincare matters Or at least why it should. And here is my, I hope not unhappy, story about coming to terms with it. I’ve always used some basic makeup to correct a few flaws here and there or enhance points I have confidence with: such as lips and eyelashes. Even though I did tried … More Why skincare matters & my AM routine (in Japan!)
Hello! It seems I haven’t written in a while. I’ve been busy with my new job and also preparing for JLPT exam (Japanese language proficiency!) But there are a few things I’d like to share. As I mentioned in my previous posts, during past three years I worked a very busy late hours job which … More Habits
After deciding to quit my job, I have been asked by several people whether I’m going to marry. Should make a perfect sense, especially for a girl, especially in Japan. Even a foreign girl? Maybe going to another workplace or widening one’s horizon doesn’t seem convincing enough. And note, I have nothing against quitting your … More Seashell
After two years living in a tiny room on the 9thfloor with almost no furniture I have finally moved into a new apartment! Although its size, I liked living there because it had everything good related to comfort, location and even window view. But it was time to move to a bit more spacious place. The … More My new home in Japan!
Have been busy with work and some other personal projects, but here are some photo impressions from Borderless Digital Museum in Tokyo! People understand and recognize the world through their bodies, moving freely and forming connections and relationships with others. As a consequence the body has its own sense of time. In the mind, the … More Borderless