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Friday, January 31, 2014

Friday Finds

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1. A beautiful documentary on die printing by Perrott. (It's really short).
2. I'm obsessed with this witty, bottle package design by Anastasia Shtern
3. A warm, Scandinavian Almond cake with hot chocolate would be perfect for a wintry night on Outside Oslo.
4. Easy DIY vegetable stamp posters on A Subtle Revelry.
5. I'm in love with A Subtle Revelry decorating a bundt cake like a donut.

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Saturday Morning: Cereal.

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Every morning I pour some milk in a plastic cup with a spoon and take it work, along a gallon-size, Ziploc bag packed with cereal that I hope will last me through Friday. I've had cereal for breakfast ever since I can remember. People must like cereal for them to be eating it as long as I have. There's so many interesting flavors throughout the years and some cool designs on the box; those were my favorite! Especially the ones with facts-about-the-world-that-you-need-to-know and then could go back to school and let everyone know that you're losing calories when you sleep so you should take a nap instead of go to gym class to take a written test printed on moist paper, washed-out, purple ink about basketball with Mr. Walker. (Whoa, folks! That was a paragraph-long-sentence right there!)

Today I got to eat my cereal in a bowl and look at the box at the same time! That's what Saturday mornings are for.

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

2014!

January 2014! I never imagined this year. Or any of the 2000’s when I was little. I like the feeling of a fresh start with new folders on my computer, a new number when I write a date, and a semi-new start at work. It turns out I am heading a department and designing its infrastructure… how things are going to happen in the company! Never done that before! It’s exciting and scary all at the same time. I've been researching nonstop and feel like I’m in school again. It’s quite a nostalgic feeling.

I’m excited to meet the new people around us since 2/3 of the population changes here every 3.5 months when a new semester starts! We will see what this year brings! And I’ll let you know!