Have you heard of #100happydays? It’s an online challenge I found via my cousin’s Instagram. You can read all about it here. I really love the idea! It’s basically a challenge to take picture of something that makes you happy every day and share it. Yes, for 100 days in a row!
Back then, I was in a ‘gloomy’ condition. So, seeing this (and I do love challenges), I want a change!
100 days later, 2400 hours, 4 countries, thousand miles, dozen of beloved people captured, countless love, I’ve finally understand the meaning of happiness. It’s a state of mind, a choice of yours, your way of living. It’s here, now, waiting for you to grab it. So live your life, like there’s no tomorrow. Oh, and yes, like what they mentioned on the bottom of the list, in the end of it, I’ve found love.
What do you think? Would you join me spreading your happiness in #100happydays?
Find my 100 posts on my personal Instagram @lysflies.
My previous trip to this Kiwi country was covered with many colors. From beautiful Milkyway to a faded and tranquil snowy road. I never imagine I’ll go to somewhere so far all alone. It changed my life, in one and another way.
The next one to blog will be a gluttonous trip!
I once went to South Korea on 2003, that was 11 years ago. This time, focusing on Seoul only, the purpose of this 10 days trip is mainly : eating, shopping and sightseeing. The beauty of spring is really inspiring!
Fri 26 July to Sun 11 August 2013
ION Art Gallery, level 4
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Lately I got a big addiction to MT. What is MT? MT is a masking tape brand from Japan. It’s fun, it’s creative, it’s pretty and it’s addictive! You can use it to decorate basicaly everything, cellphone, ballpoint, book, gift box, furniture until your room wall. I use them for my hobonichi (this is also my new hobby).
Right after we enter, there are two giant washi balls and a wall of smaller washi balls. It’s amazing to look at the rolls and rolls of tape lined the walls and floor.
I went to the expo on the very last day, unfortunately many items sold out already and the famous gacha machine is all nowhere to be found. Each capsule has a MT tape inside (fun isn’t it?) and if you’re lucky enough, you’d get a brown paper instead to be exchanged with a limited edition MT tape that’s not even for sale!
There are 5 Singapore limited MT tape designs sold in the event which are inspired by the Peranakan tile, Singapore’s batik flower, Singapore Safari, Singapore Botanic Garden, and the Singapore flag. On the last day, I only found the Singapore flag, Botanic Garden and Safari. That’s too bad because I actually want the batik one.
There’s a Make and Try station where you can freely (yes it’s for free) decorate your things with the tapes they provided on the spot. And well, not forgetting the childrens (and the childrens in heart), three playhouses (all decorated in tape!) will surely kept them entertained.