Wednesday, 25 June 2014


There are so many things I consider as sweet. The sweets aren't called sweets for nothing. Love is also, as I consider it, sweet. Why though? Well, because I'm a hopeless romantic, that's all. This cafe I'm about to share with you is sweet as well. It's called The Garden House. It's kind of different from any cafe I've ever been to, since it's also selling cute home furniture (as you can see on third picture). The cafe is located on the second floor, while the first floor is for the furniture selling only (I just didn't get the chance to take some picture of it). Although the cafe is not so spacious, it's enough to have a nice little chit-chat with your friends while enjoying the foods and beverages which are presented very sweetly cute, with love-shaped bowl and all that cute stuff. However, I think I'd rather eat pizza and spaghetti at Pizza Hut, because excuse you, I better eat spaghetti in a manlier shaped bowl. And no, I'm not kidding.

Speaking of something sweet, I remember that I consider Zalora, the largest online shop in Indonesia, a very, very sweet thing. Well, having over 50.000 products from various brands, both local and international, must be considered a very sweet thing. The price range is so sweetly affordable, while the variety of their products is like various kind of sweets, scattering right in front of you. So, what are you waiting for? No online shop couldn't be sweeter than Zalora. Just like it says on its website, ".. where looking your best is just a few clicks away". Sweet!


Tuesday, 17 June 2014


I was wondering how my life would be like if I had no friends. Nobody to lean on when life gets hard, nobody to talk to about your days, and absolutely nobody to do stupid things together with, I must say it would be real torture. That's why, I thank God for sending me these girls to be my bestfriends and my sisters from another mother at the same time for four years. There are eight of them, actually. Four of them (Tania, Jupe, Anastasia, Fransiske) were on the photos above, and the other four (Amanda, Tri, Sandra, Ayu) were thousand miles away, which is kind of sad because we were only celebrating our fourth year anniversary with them through Skype. 

We decided to celebrate our anniversary by barbecuing at one of Japanese restaurants in town named KOI Japanese Restaurant, and you can see how it looked like from the photos above. It was so cozy and nice, their service was nine out of ten! The waiters and waitresses were so kind and they smiled a lot. However, my favorite of them all was, of course, the foods. You can see the photos above, imagine yourself how the foods tasted like, and enjoy the starve, lol.

Anyway, talking back about the girls, being friends with them is one of the greatest things that happened in my life. As cheesy and corny as it may sound, but knowing that they'll always be there for me, giving me comfort and humors, is enough.  I don't have to be with them 24/7 because our friendship is more about the quality, not quantity. That's why, when it comes to them, the thousand miles distance is thrown out of the window and only becomes numbers, not a hardship for our friendship.

Happy 4th Anniversary, BRYB. Four years and still counting... :)


Monday, 9 June 2014


T-shirt - Thrifted, Pants - Celcius, Watch - Ripcurl, Shoes - Adorable Projects

As the days passed by, I can no longer define my way of styling. It seems to me that my mood takes the full control of it, as you can see above I dressed up so casually wearing my all-black kind of outfit just because I felt like it. But, I wasn't that hopeless when I chose something as simple as this black ensemble. My fashionista side kicked in and forced me to wear those shiny, precious shoes from local brand, Adorable Projects, as if saying that I would regret it big time if I didn't wear it. And, it's very much true because I don't know about any other shoes, but my babies sure are shining so beautifully, transcending my outfit's nigritude.