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Laptop: Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga. Around the home: Samantha Wills jewellery chest, Jennifer Madden & António Soares prints via Arte Limited Gallery, Suku Home Mojito quilt cover set, Ikea vases. Wearing: Pepa Loves mustard dress, ASOS white crop top, ASOS pink midi skirt (similar here), Tokito sparkle knit jumper via Myer and Gorjana star earrings.

Finally, a peek into the new place I call home! I’ve been the lucky owner of a lovely new laptop by the name of the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga which I’ve been trialling over the past week and so I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to show you how I’ve been integrating it into my life whilst taking a tour around my new place at the same time. It’s almost been half a year since moving and things are slowly starting to look how I want them to.

I’ve think I’ve found love in the ThinkPad Yoga – this nifty ultrabook/tablet loves yoga as much as I do. Perhaps even more as its taken it as its name as well! Its unique 360 degree flip screen means that it can hold a downdog (or in more official terms, the ‘tent’ position) whenever you want it, wherever you want it – never before have I thought about placing my laptop on my window sill without fearing for its life. And aside from the usual laptop and tablet modes, it also sits comfortably on my bed like a little stand, perfect for broadcasting Clean Bandits with enthusiasm whilst I blog away with its digitiser pen.

Whilst it’s still new to my home, I’m so looking forward to seeing just what this laptop can help me achieve in both work and study over the next couple of months. For now, I think it has already found its happy place in my Scandi-inspired new home.

Photos: Rowena Cao and I.