Are you a FRIENDS fanatic like me? For you who are at least familiar with this 90s US sitcom, maybe you still remember that career was one of the problems that those six friends commonly faced. So, if you're currently struggling in this career area, (re)watching FRIENDS might be able to ease your frustration and boost your … Continue reading 3 Reasons why (Re)Watching FRIENDS might Ease Your Job Frustration
Having always had an interest in this industry, I was very excited to work on SEO-friendly articles for Dekoruma. In these articles, I compiled home and living ideas, tips and tricks from the experts and share them with fellow enthusiasts. 11 Kesalahan Ini Bisa Bikin Peralatan Rumah Tangga Cepat Rusak Lho! ⓒ Freepik Keyword: peralatan … Continue reading SEO Articles in Indonesian, Dekoruma
It was a blast sharing about the ups and downs of the working life, even when I was still early in my career myself. As someone who still struggled to keep up, it felt natural to connect with those who experienced similar things through writing which, hopefully, can help give insights. These are some highlights, … Continue reading Articles in Indonesian, Glints
They say 20-something is the best time of our life. The golden age, some even say. This is the age when you are still young but have been considered an adult. This is when you (hopefully) have the energy, maturity and resources to experiment with a whole lot of things. So you can reinvent yourself, … Continue reading 10 Books You Need to Read in Your 20s
Honestly, I’m very uncomfortable when people compare weights and skin colors in front of me. It’s not that I’m offended or anything. It’s just… the way they look down on themselves because they think they’re not skinny enough or white enough. It’s disturbing–the way they praise that slim and white body image. I haven’t been skinny … Continue reading Is being healthy not enough?
It’s astonishing how fluid and complex people are. We can be quiet and have difficulties to start a conversation or simply to answer a question at one place, but at another, we need a thunderstorm to shut us up. A friend of mine once talked about this. He said that inside, no one was quiet–those … Continue reading Behind the stillness
⭐ Rating: 3.5/5 I'm glad I came across this book. It's been a while since the last time I read chick-lit and this book gave me that feeling of light in reading, how everything was just flowing and I didn't need to grab tissues to wipe my tears or to re-read certain sentences to make sense … Continue reading Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella: We’re not alone, ladies!
The door swings open as I finish stacking up the books on my desk. I lift my head. A smile is already on my face to welcome whoever comes in. This time the visitors are a woman and a little girl, probably two years old, who is holding her hand. “Oh, hello, Grace,” I smile … Continue reading Small Incident in Library*
⭐ Rating: 4.5/5 As someone who is into fantasy/sci-fi books, I'm pretty confident to say that I'm able to differ which stories are recommended to whom, and which aren't. And The Maze Runner series by James Dashner is great for those who look not only for a story with a post-apocalyptic setting but also a unique … Continue reading The Death Cure by James Dashner: Is death the cure?
An autumn Saturday morning like this was my favorite time of the year. I liked the autumn sunshine waking me up in the morning, the yellow and orange leaves hanging on the trees or fell down the sidewalk, and, of course, no work on Saturdays! Not that I hated my job, of course. It was … Continue reading Where the Past Laid