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I hope you’re having a smashing day! I recently went to the Hello Kitty Friends Around The World Tour and thought it would be fun to share a little recap with all of you!! This was a fun time for any Hello Kitty fan. The staff was super-nice and all-around wonderful.
You enter the building and are greeted by a flight attendant that can check you in for your flight. Once past her kiosk you see a baggage claim area, a large suitcase to pose with, and lots of colorful walls. They have a mini-gift shop at the entrance where you can purchase small items like hair clips, snacks, and customizable bracelets and key chains which you can pickup at the end.
Once your tour time starts you are greeted by two employees who take you around from room to room. During your time they tell you facts about Hello Kitty and help you take photos.
At the very end of the tour you can enter the tour exclusive gift shop! They have a ton of super-cute merchandise that you can only get at the event. I only purchased a few items but, if I had an unlimited budget, I would have bought a ton more! lol
In Seattle they had a special lodge area where you could get coffee, bubble tea, and snacks. It was pretty cute!
So here is the main question I’ve received. Is it worth it? For me, yes. I had an awesome time and thought it was all super-cute. If you aren’t a big Hello Kitty fan then you can probably skip it but if you are, you don’t want to miss it!
I hope that was helpful and you enjoyed my recap!! Have a wonderful day!!
I recently went to this year’s GeekGirlCon! I ADORE this convention because its a warm, welcoming, inclusive, and respectful environment. I’ve been to a few different conventions and, while they are fun, they don’t have the same vibe as GGC. For example, on their “About Us” page on their website they state this:
GeekGirlCon is an organization that works to empower women and girls to pursue their passions—whether they love science and technology, comics, literature, gaming, or anything else! Everybody is a geek at heart, in one way or another. Our mission is to ensure all these geeks are supported, welcomed, and encouraged to pursue what they love.
As a lady who has often felt like an outsider in some nerdy culture, this is awesome! It’s a con that specifically seeks to support their attendees/fans. That’s so rad! I adore this convention and 100% recommend people attend if you haven’t. It also feels a lot less crowded when compared to a convention like Emerald City Comic Con so if you have a hard time with crowds but still want to check out a con, GGC may be a good fit.
This year was a little different from years past for me. The friends I typically meet up with didn’t attend this year and a few of the artists/vendors I love seeing weren’t there. It was a bit of a bummer but the con was still fun.
I walked around the exhibit hall, checked out some amazing booths, and saw a fun panel on representation of teachers in popular media. It was really interesting!
Overall GeekGirlCon was another success and a great way to spend a weekend. If you haven’t been and live in the area, I highly recommend checking it out. And, if you have questions, I’m here to help if I can!
If you follow me on Instagram or YouTube then you know I LOVE using resale apps! I sell on them and buy stuff on them. It’s a great way to find cute stuff that either is no longer sold in stores or for cheaper than you would have from the store. I definitely recommend checking them out and deciding which is the best for you. Here are my top 6 favorite resale apps!