It just happened. I didn’t plan it that way.
It started out with a personal blog, Happy Impermanence. I wanted to chronicle the events of 2011 onward…the coming to a decision to shift out of my teaching career into interior design, the endless planning of moving from Korea to our next destination, the ping-ponging of emotions throughout the process.
In addition to documentation, it’s a place for inspiration and reflection.
Somebody’s Home, however, is a result of my love for interior design and my transition into the profession. It caters to the international inhabitant, the global/eclectic style aficionado, the mindful home dweller.
These two blogs are undeniably linked, mostly because they house me & my dreams.
The Laos Dream is one.
In October 2012, my husband and I are moving to Laos to begin new careers in the things we are most passionate about: design, yoga, coaching, and writing. We will wear many hats to get started and certainly go to the drawing board often. What the final outcome will be is a surprise.
Concept boards have a function in interior design. They bring forth ideas in color and style and arrangement, helping us visualize a space. Inspiration boards are closely related. These hold images that inspire something in us, be it motivation, hope, or beauty.
Today I’m sharing my inspiration board for Laos. Whenever I look at it, I feel a peaceful creativity.