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My name is Lauren, I'm glad you're here! I like all things colourful, kitsch and vintage. I collect tea cups, tea pots, bread tags and buttons. I also have an affinity for big circular stud earrings and lip balm. I like love picnics, my husband Luke, floral dresses, stockings, vegetarian meals, ping pong, Tetris, animal masks, pots of tea, box sets & movie nights, dinner parties, children's books, blogs, stationery, Sunday evenings, graphic design and illustrations.

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Hi, I'm Emily. I was born and raised in Michigan....the good ol' Mitten state. And, yes, I use my hand as a map. Let's just say it's handy. I studied at Michigan State University (Go Spartans!) and got my degree in Animal Science. I thought I wanted to be a veterinarian, but got talked out of it by some very smart, loveable professors (hello med-school sized student loans and $40,000 starting salary, on-call 24/7, and oh yeah, animals only get sick on nights and weekends.) We've been living in Sydney for 6 months now {gosh it goes by quickly} and am loving the experience!

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My name is Nikkiana. I’m twenty-seven years old. I was born and raised near Concord, New Hampshire. I live in Manhattan, New York. I’ve been blogging since I was 13. I’m a web developer. I used to be really obsessed with knitting, though these days it’s hard for me to find the inspiration to pull out the needles. I have been diagnosed with ADHD inattentive type with generalized anxiety disorder and social anxiety disorder. Learning how to manage my anxiety is an ongoing process, and I think I’m doing pretty well. I’m obsessed with music.

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