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I’ve been wanting to post about a blog that I love – Spoon and Tamago. It’s based in Tokyo and NYC. The posts that are my favorites are written by the editor in chief, Johnny Strategy…love his name!

The blog shares Japanese designs, art, and architecture. It is so fascinating. Let me share some of the posts. For more information on these, click on the image and it will take you to the original post on Spoon and Tamago.

Postcards for the New Year are huge in Japan and are mostly themed around the Chinese zodiac. So for 2015, it’s the year of the sheep.

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Paintings that spill off the canvas onto the wall.

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The custest tea bag holder ever:

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Amazing bouquets of flowers frozen in ice:

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Cats and sushi…

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Goldfish in bubble wrap:

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The site also has a shop that carries some of the items they post about.
http://shop.spoon-tamago.com/

© Robin Scanlon 2011

Post written by Leo Babauta.

“I’m a big proponent of slowing down, simplifying, doing less, and being less busy … but what if you can’t?

What if your life can’t be made less busy — are you doomed to a life of anxiety and unhappiness?

No. I’m going to share with you a very simple tool that might just transform your life. It’s something I’ve been trying in the last few months, and I can attest that it works brilliantly.

This one little method will help you to:

  • Be more present, so life doesn’t rush past you without you noticing.
  • Enjoy every activity you do more, so life is better all the time.
  • Feel more relaxed, so every day is as good as a vacation.
  • Be ready to handle anything that comes your way.

Not bad for a very tiny method, no? Let’s dive in.”

I follow Leo Babauta’s blog because he writes thoughtfully with very helpful articles about slowing down…something I really need to do. More than slowing down, it’s about enjoying life as you find it.

Click below for more of this article.

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