Life and creativity from a personal, Daria-Style perspective

About Daria-Style

On one cloudy, humid, rather hot summer morning it finally dawned on me what to do with this domain name. It’s appropriately called Daria-Style because I like to do things in my own way, invent new uses for common things – and just be practical to make my life easy, comfy and fun. Which gives me more time to research all the many other things I’m always eager to learn.

I have another website, devoted to my dream land, called Daria’s World. That one covers a wide variety of my interests I get engaged with exclusively for my own personal pleasure. So, if you’re into beautiful nature, happy places and other things that look nice, go ahead, click here and check it out.

Daria-Style, on the other hand, will keep offering practical tips I’ve – more likely than not – learned the hard way, by trial and error, by making a mess that needed to be removed, by trying again and again before finding an easy way, and so on. You get the picture.

Every now and then I meet a person who gets overly excited over one of my practical personal inventions so I figure there must be more people out there who might benefit by trying out one of my Daria-style ways of doing things.
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Daria and Sunflowers

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Disclaimer: I am not authorized or licensed to give any kind of advice. I am only sharing these practical tips because someone else might find them entertaining, interesting or beneficial. So, apply them at your own risk!

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About the illustration above:
Author of the Daria and Sunflowers illustration above is a young artist from Vietnam. I love her playful, radiant style of drawing and all the credits for creating Daria cartoon character go to her. This is what Thao says about herself:

My full name is Bui Thanh Thao (or just Thao is fine), and I’m in 9th grade (30th November 1999)!~ 🙂
People in my class called me as “Pororo” (a famous Korean cartoon character) because I used to live in Korea.

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