May 29, 2024
2 min read

On oubaitori, enchanting homes & being young

Draw the curtains. Pour the coffee. Kick your feet up.

Like every Sunday, we have some thoughts and inspiration to share with you.

This is what's been on our minds.

💭 The Nautilus house in Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico

This unique shell-shaped house was designed by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain in Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico, between 2006-2007.

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💭 The concept of Oubaitori

The Japanese concept of Oubaitori comes from four trees that bloom in spring: cherry, plum, peach and apricot. Each flower blossoms at different times, showing us there is beauty in being on our own unique journeys.

To find this image in your mind after saving it, search “bloom” or "bloom."

💭 This song by Orson Welles

"When we are young age has no meaning
I never gave it a second thought
until one day along came this old man

and this is what he said to me

yes this is what he said to me

I know what it is to be young
but you, you don't know
what it is to be old…"

Play it on YouTube →

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💭 This video

A big thank you to Will Bowers, who featured mymind in his “Hidden Gems of the App Store” series last week.

Watch the Reel →

Thanks for reading, and enjoy the rest of your Sunday.


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