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How are we already halfway through 2021!? I don't know about anyone else, but my brain refuses to understand the notion of time anymore.

How are you planning to spend the rest of the year? I like to use June as a way to reflect and figure out the plan for the next half of the year, and it'll be the same this year. I may share some of my planning and thoughts along the way along with new projects and happenings too.

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DIY

My Work-From-Home Desk Setup

Hello everyone! I’ve been posting a lot about my current work setup and stationery on Instagram and thought it would be nice to share some of the photos here too. This is in no way near to being finished, it’s definitely the early stages but felt it’d be fun to document the process of getting it “aesthetically pleasing”.

 

Prior to the current pandemic, I didn’t have a work space I really liked so while a lot of us are still working from home I figured it’d be a better time than any to focus on creating an ideal¬†little area to be productive. Please don’t expect anything professional, I’m here for a simple, cute aesthetic – think pastels, Disney and the like.

Our DIY Disney dog kennel

Yes guys, I painted a dog kennel inspired by Disney! Technically inspied by their Disney Junior show, Doc McStuffins, it was amazing to be able to be a part of something so fun and great!

Basically, we had to get creative and paint a dog house which Disney would hand over to a local SPCA. We jumped at the chance of this fun project – creativity and animals, what a great combo. We were given a ton of supplies such as paint and stencils to create a uniquely designed house for a little cute furry four-legged friend.

We headed over to Wilma’s place – where she has the most beautiful dogs, cats and a pig – to work on the project. We bought tons of pizza and snacks. We started a bit later than expected but it was worth every bit of effort involved! Instead of writing about the experience, I shot a little vlog which you can see below.

We also took some photos – though I was not around on the day the photos were taken – to shared of the completed dog kennel. Check them out below after the jump!

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