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January 18, 2022

Decomposition notebooks, kdramas, coloring books, and planner

Decomposition Notebooks — Don’t get me wrong, Japanese notebooks are probably the best notepads I’ve found but I’ve been really enjoying the sets of notebooks I got from Decomposition. They’re made from 100% recycled paper and the illustrations on the cover are unique and totally up my aesthetic alley. | Link

Sageuk Kdramas —Otherwise knownas historical dramas set in Korea. I’m hooked on these lately, from the Crowned Clown, Mr. Sunshine, Scarlet Heart, etc. While Scarlet Heart is my favorite (Lee Joon-Gi…), lately its hard to not stop thinking about Red Sleeve. You can watch it for free here.

Coloring Books — I admit being mildly snobby when adult coloring books first started appearing on local bookstore shelves. “I’m an adult, I haven’t time for childish endeavors!” But it’s so relaxing and addictive. I love these funny alien cat coloring books from TheAlienGarden.

192 Pages of Goals Planner — Since I’m juggling several goals at once, this planner has been perfect since it can help with focus you on fewer, actionable things. Just what I was needing. | Link

Koala app, face mask, visual studio, and a sketchbook

Koala App — A GUI for SASS and LESS? Yes please. I love how easy this made an already relatively simple process. This may not be the most ideal solution for every project (tech bros don’t @ me). In fact, it seems the devs quit the project but it worked for me and came in handy with small local projects I had recently. It’s free and open-source, why not right? | Link

Electric Daisy Enzyme Face Mask — I’ve got very sensitive skin but I love this face mask. Its made by a great company that is on my list of dream clients (call me!). It’s vegan, AND palm oil free. My skin feels and looks amazing every time I use it. | Link

Visual Studio Code — I’ve been a big Sublime users for years and changing that was definitely not planned. But yeah… I really like this one- a lot. I haven’t totally quit Sublime, I find myself switching depending on the task at hand. But Visual Studio is now here to stay in my toolbox. | Link

A Cheap 9.99 Sketchbook — I’ve been trying to draw every day. A simple ten dollar sketchbook has been serving the new habit nicely. If you want to start a habit or build a new skill, just start with what is available. | Do you really need the link?

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