japan

Just got back from Japan, and I am trying to hold onto the positive and motivating thoughts that a relaxing vacation can conjure up. This happens every year, but I always quickly fall back into ye olde rut. I suppose there is always hope. And medication.

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11 Responses to japan

  1. arawa says:

    That cannot be all of the nail polish that you bought on your trip. I think you are holding out. What is the yellow glitter?

  2. silvia says:

    Ooh! Nice vacay purchases! I love how little they are as I rapidly fall out of love with the normal sized bottles. Those lil guys are perfect!

    I hope you had a good time. If you want to cheer yourself up make a yummy dessert, like this one I’m eating right now (easy easy easy):
    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Easy-Cranberry-Apple-Cake-360870

  3. Lulu says:

    I hear you, dawg. Love the picture of Morning Set, btw. I’d forgotten about that! Cheers me up.

  4. kat says:

    let me know how that kyoto polish is, I saw it at loft but debated about getting some because it was kinda pricey.

  5. amy says:

    …and nail polish. =]

  6. carolyn says:

    welcome home, sad eggplant.

  7. Jan says:

    Ahh, yes. I know that feeling well.

  8. Seanna Lea says:

    I love the strawberry and cherry nail polishes on the end. I have to wonder though if they are just colored to match or if they tried to scent the nail polishes.

  9. These are sooo cute! I love packaging of Japanese products. Even though the product might be crap it’s always so darn cute. And I can (almost) always forgive the crapiness in favor of cuteness! heh heh

  10. freecia says:

    Hope and frequent flier miles. Hope you had an awesome time!

  11. molly says:

    Glad you had a good time and made some worthwhile purchases! Paint your nails blue glitter and I’m sure you will be able to relive the relaxing vacation days. 🙂

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