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First post on dreamwidth (still trying to figure this out....)

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Very very late to the party, but finally watched The Quiz Show 2.

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Out of curiosity, I started watching Hidarime Tantei Eye (I'm so late, I know). Not going to lie--I love Yoko, so I was watching it mainly for eye candy XD. For some reason, Yoko tends to have the villain role in a lot of his dramas (not that I mind...he looks amazing in black XD)...

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Reaching a bit of a halfway to 50 crisis.

(I'm not there yet LOL but close).

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May. 30th, 2016 10:59 pm
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Recently picked up Marie Kondo's The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing...

I do have to say, it's quite an interesting read. Granted, the book isn't that hard to get through--it's a compilation of all her advice, and meant to demonstrate her tidying and decluttering methods. Furthermore, it's not like any of this is new--Kondo seems to advocate quite a bit of purging and overall, minimalism in her book. (As a bit of a hoarder myself, I can attest that I probably hold too many things in storage for my own good...)

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(Posting for my own purposes--I like to make little notes/reflections about places that I visited...will be updating as I go along just so I can remember things about my trip).

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Now resorting to youku to watch Arashi shows subbed in Chinese.

What has my life come to =.=

(Although granted, I'm quite glad I kept up with Chinese for the past 10 or so years. I can't write, but at least I can recognize enough characters to make sense of subs, and type pinyin to actually communicate. *_*) 
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It's been a while since I used LJ...quite honestly, I was such a Tumblr fan for the past 3-4 years that I completely forgot what it felt like to have clean lines and actual content rather than just jumping gifs/colorful pictures while scrolling through my browser @@

Maybe it's an age thing? You learn to appreciate many things that your younger self didn't.

Thinking about it, I'm quite surprised to find myself revisiting a lot of old fandoms that I was a part of a couple years back. There's a joke that many fangirls can relate to, which would be that we could probably all classify our lives into stages of fandom XD In fact, here's mine:
Elementary years: Anime/Manga
Junior high: J-pop (particularly Arashi, Ayumi Hamasaki, w-inds)
High school/college: K-pop (the most ridiculous years of my life)
After college: Somehow jumping back into J-pop/anime?? My Arashi craze lately has spiked enormously compared to my K-pop interests...o_o


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