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LINE STICKERS

I had a wonderful time working on these chat stickers that will soon be available in the LINE App sticker shop and the app store for imessenger.

I only started using the app myself about a month ago and have only one friend on it (which is plenty) but once I started using it and got introduced to this idea of stickers, I was hooked, it made the experience of chatting so much more interesting and interactive.

So my LINE friend and I decided we would challenge ourselves as part of the ongoing weekly art challenge to make some stickers.

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Lemons #7 Airbnb

This month, because I am a risk taker and definitely not a recluse 😌 I decided to open my home up to random strangers… Yes, I signed up for airbnb and already had my first two guests within the first week.

Aaaaaand I am done. It’s not that it was horrible, but there is something about taking care of others’ needs that just doesn’t suit me. Changing bed linen, keeping the apartment spotless at all times, making sure they were comfortable, staying dressed in shared spaces … was all very exhausting. I also dug a little deeper and as it turns out, it might be illegal. So I am done.

I met some good people, learnt a lot about the wonders of baking soda and bleach, made some cash and spent even know, all to learn that I could never be a caretaker.

Baaah.. on to the next adventure

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of Tim Ferris and t-shirt design

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I am currently reading Tim Ferris’ Four Hour Work Week on Audible and so far, I have been pleasantly surprised. I will confess that I was expecting another cliche ‘you can do it if you just believe’ sort of book which is why I opted for the audio version over the paperback. Now I find myself seriously considering getting the hard copy as well just so I can refer to it from time to time.. but, that goes against some of the principles in the book.

Anyway, the book had me thinking about passive revenue streams and it can’t really hurt to try. I considered the number of times, I have wished I could have a particular quote poster, or drawing on a t-shirt and not been able to find it. What if I could actually make those things I wanted to see (in the hope that I am not the only one) and have another company take on the responsibility of producing and fulfilling the orders.

So I find myself, on a Sunday afternoon, working on batman t-shirt designs. Beats watching tv and throwing the day away.

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