Bringing Back the Art of Hobby-ing

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One of my favorite memories growing up was braiding lanyards. I was always a pretty creative kid — always looking for something new to mold, draw, or craft.

I had a lot of creative phases — painting, sketching, music-playing, dancing, etc.

But I distinctly remember this lanyard phase of my life pretty well. For several years, creating long plastic lanyard designs into various…

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A millennial living in Manhattan, eating too much sushi, and writing until 2am.

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