My curious case of didelphys + some things worth sharing

Advanced note: this article is not for your sensitive and closed mind. I used a lot of girl terms that you may find kadiri or whatever, so if you are interested to read this, I need you to open your mind, and try to understand women's experiences - yeah, especially you, guys. By the way, … Continue reading My curious case of didelphys + some things worth sharing

11 life lessons I learned from Amy Poehler’s “Yes, Please”

Did I already mention I challenged myself to read 100 books this year? I eventually cut it to 50, though, because who reads 100 books in a year? But I thought it's still not doable because of my schedule, so I cut another 10. Ha! 40 books in a year and it's August already and … Continue reading 11 life lessons I learned from Amy Poehler’s “Yes, Please”

May Day: My “when it rains, it pours” moment + some things worth sharing

Just recently, I had the most depressing moments yet in my life. I knew things like these are coming, but it really feels different when bad stuff are already in front of your face, laughing. There was no single day that I didn't cry because I felt that was the only thing I could do. … Continue reading May Day: My “when it rains, it pours” moment + some things worth sharing

How much does “environmentalism” cost?

I am trying hard to switch my way to "environment-friendly" stuff such as bringing my own eco bags when shopping, using metal straws, selling/donating plastics, etc. It honestly didn't occur to me that "environmentalism" is kind of "exclusive" until I read a post shared on Facebook from Twitter. I would disagree, too, but there is … Continue reading How much does “environmentalism” cost?

“Children don’t hear us. They imitate us.”

My mom isn’t a wide reader. She loves visuals more than writen stuff. My dad, though, reads the paper every day but I never realized that until I was in college or idk maybe when I was already working. Now I was not sure why I read a lot since I was a kid. They … Continue reading “Children don’t hear us. They imitate us.”

Martin Place Social’s The Raw Bar: your seafood “Dampa” in an upscale way!

Are you a night owl? Or you just wake up late for breakfast? Martin Place social is the best place for both your night life and lazy, comfy brunch! Located at a private and classy place in The Plaza at Arya, Martin Place Social offers casual dining experience that showcases modern Australian cuisine and a … Continue reading Martin Place Social’s The Raw Bar: your seafood “Dampa” in an upscale way!