Hey again! So, instead of replying to all the comments individually asking where things are from, I thought I'd film a lounge tour and compile all the links into one handy blog post!
I currently live with Rachel Lee and my boyfriend Mitch, so the lounge room needed to consider them as well when I was decorating it (I got the job of doing that because, well I don't know, it just happened).
Welcome to my room! As per your comment requests let me show you around. This was originally going to be our office, as on the floor plan of our house it's called a "second living room" - it's the top story, and is completely open plan with a balcony attached. Due to the nature of our filming and music work we had to swap the office and bedroom around.
I recently released my range of journals called Plan Train Create (to match Eat Run Lift :p). When I was unboxing these fresh ones, I thought it'd be a great idea to put together a post to share some minimal weekly layout ideas I had, so hopefully you guys can get some inspo too - especially seeing as I'm not putting up the bullet journal videos on my YouTube channel anymore.
While I was over there I figured we were staying in and eating at so many places that I wanted to write about and recommend my favourites, something which a video doesn't allow me to do. So keep scrolling to find out where I stayed, where I trained (because you know I can't go two weeks without hitting up the gym), where we ate, and what we did.
It feels like I can't be kept away from Japan. This trip was my second visit within 7 months, and I'm already looking at booking a third. This time I travelled with one of my closest friends, who is also named Rachel. You can find her YouTube here and her Instagram here. Rachel-Lee and I began our trip in Tokyo, went on to Osaka, then Hiroshima, and finally back to Tokyo.