INTJ Fashion – A Walk in Savannah

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Romeo & Juliet A-Line Couture

  A Walk in Savannah This dress could be called, “A Walk in Savannah.” I wore the dress on a recent, and very busy, trip to Savannah, Georgia. The photo was taken during the hottest part of the day (a no-no, I know-know). Savannah is a city of contrasts. The oldest city in Georgia, it is a city filled with echoes … Read More

10 Reasons an INTJ loves Korean Dramas: Part 2

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10 reasons an INTJ loves Korean dramas: Part 2.

Back at it with the final five reasons I love K-Dramas. If you missed part one, you can check it out here! Innocence It’s always jarring to me when I switch over from my Xbox (after watching Viki) to American TV. It seems like half the shows on American TV are every iteration of crime or medical dramas, while the … Read More

Martha’s Vineyard

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This outfit is a throwback Thursday.  A couple of years ago, I spent the summer in Boston attending a post-graduate summer program. As part of the educational experience, the program offered day trips to different areas on the east coast. This particular trip was to Martha’s Vineyard. After exploring the town, complete with a fresh-caught lobster for lunch, my roommate … Read More

10 Reasons an INTJ loves Korean Dramas: Part 1

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10 reasons an INTJ Loves Korean Dramas. Blog: Always Uttori

I’ll be honest, I don’t watch American television very often. When I do, it’s usually reality TV like Project Runway or Top Chef, not story-based TV Shows (although I do like Scandal and Flash). For story-focused TV shows, I primarily turn to British TV (Sherlock, Call the Midwife) or… Korean Dramas. I studied Japanese in high school and college, so … Read More