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in its right place

Close up image of Kimberly's desk wooden organizer filled with rubber stamps, erasers, ink pads with sewing scissors and her wedding rings nearby.

As a small child, I loved making little homes in pencil boxes or desk organizers for my tids and bits to rest. I took great care to fit each item into compartments and cubbies as if they were puzzle pieces. And every time I cleaned my room, I would reorganize, shifting things ever so slightly and moving frequently-used items to the front so as to reach them with greater ease.

I love how some aspects of our childhood selves never change. Now at 33, I still take time and care in organizing my creative spaces, and feel most inspired in a place where everything has a home.

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Welcome to the personal blog of of Kimberly Kuniko, a Nikkei American illustrator, collage artist, poet, and host of cozy, virtual guided creative retreats with a new theme each month.

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