Here's a show we've been loving this year! Set in Brooklyn, Younger is a show about rediscovery and following your dreams.
The plot is about a single mother trying to make it back in the publishing world after a difficult divorce. Little did she know that it's not so easy trying to get a job at 40. With the help of her best friend, she faked being 26, landed a job and also snagged a new hot boyfriend.
It also helps that Younger was also produced by Darren Star, who also produced Sex and the City. We're enjoying it a lot and can't wait for Season 2 coming up in January 2016!
During winter, my skin tends to be dry, flaky and not to mention itchy! In Japan, the
houses have no central heating system - which means we rely mostly on heated fans or air-
conditioners and these heat sources tend to make my skin even drier!
So, I seek for the simplest skincare products that not only soothe my skin, but also keep my skin
moisturised and hydrated :)
A couple weeks ago, I went on a quick trip to Kyoto and Osaka with a dear friend from Toronto. Although the trip was short, it was filled with sweet sweet memories. Kyoto was absolutely charming and I always feel welcomed in Osaka.
Of course, I didn't forget to hop all the best cafes these cities have to offer.
My first stop was % Arabica Kyoto. Located steps away from Kiyomizu Temple, it is new home to Junichi Yamaguchi, Tokyo's 2014 Free Pour Champion. Although the cafe was extremely packed, my latte tasted amazing!
Second stop in Osaka was a coincident and an absolute gem! Mill Pour is a tiny cafe in Shinsaibashi with a nice seating area outside.
To be honest, this is the best mocha I've ever had! The barista who trained in Australia was kind enough to chat with us and making my friends and I feel welcomed over really great coffee!
Hello, Today I'm so excited to introduce our new blog project on MTH. We are now offering pre-
made blogger template on etsy. Our first theme, Tulle is a pre-made blogger template. Tulle template
is a minimal and clean customizable design. You can easily adjust width, change fonts and colors of
The first time I discovered Saturday Surf NYC was through Nathan Williams of Kinfolk's Instagram post. I thought, what a beautiful space, doesn't look like Japan.
Little did I know it was a men's apparel store that happens to have a cafe in it.
The shop/cafe, located approximately 10 minutes away from Daikanyama station,
has a beautiful patio overlooking Tokyo city.
I spent about a good hour sketching and relaxing on SS NYC's patio. Sipping coffee outdoors really reminded me of life in Canada, where I'd spent hours outdoors and coming up with great ideas for my next painting.
Although Daikanyama slightly intimidates me with all its fancy shops, I will definitely bring friends back here for a nice cup of coffee and good conversations.