I have bought this book for Barış since he is in love with Japan. I thought it was only sketches about Tokyo, but it turned out to be a well-detailed, fun story of Florent Chavouet from his six months stay in the city. The memorable regions are separated as different chapters, and every chapter starts with an illustration of the Kōban (police station) belong to that region. I highly recommend the book for Tokyo lovers. You are going to find some details that you surely ran into in Japan.
I’ve been looking for a pair of ankle tie heels for a long time. I think I’ve found the perfect pair, what do you think? Now the only problem is the weather, which will not let me wear them outdoors anymore.
I had never been a scent and perfume enthusiast, but my habit of wearing some fragrance dramatically decreased after I moved to Sweden. When a few colleagues of mine kindly asked me to not to wear perfume because they had allergies, I completely pushed my lovely perfume bottle to the bottom of my drawer and left it there for so long.
What I love about Scandinavian homes is that they all are decorated in a very minimalistic style. The spaces are used very efficiently and designed mostly in white because of the dark and long winter days. In particular kitchens need to be designed smartly since they should be inspirational for cooking and welcoming for family and friends.
Training has a big part in my routine life in Sweden. It must be really hard to watch most Swedes training like freaks and not moving any muscle for the ones who are not exercising at all. I mostly use the gym belonging to the company where I work, since it is extremely convenient. I am going to write about my training schedule in another post, but for today I want to tell you something fun.
We are throwing a housewarming party on Saturday, and I haven’t made any preparations aside from unpacking the last boxes to make the apartment look ready for it.