Sunday, March 24, 2019

Be Considerate

When my second IUI failed, I remember how down I was. I confided to my mom, someone who I always turned to for advice. I told her how these several years battling with infertility has been so damn hard and makes me feel lost. 

I told her how I felt like I have no purpose in life. At that time I have quit my six years job (which I love very much). I confided in her how it was not easy being from someone so productive with her life to being someone who stays home and hang on to uncertainty hope.

My mom is a hardworking woman since she was young, she and my dad have their own business so she always encourage me how important it is to have my own business or source of income. My parents also didn’t 100% agree when I decided to quit my job, so she could easily use that moment to lecture me. But that day she knows exactly what I need to hear instead of what she probably wanted to say. Instead of saying things that she thinks was best for me, she comforted me in the way that she knew I needed.
She replied me, "Don't you worry dear. By the time you have that child of yours, and I know you will, you will be as happy and as busy as you always dream of. That lost feeling you've been having will change to contentment". 

I have always love my mom for whoever she is, but that day, I love her even more. 

I think what I'm trying to emphasize is, when we talk, we often didn't put ourselves in other shoes and mostly say whatever we want to without thinking what the person might feel. It's hard enough to go through life without being criticized, so please always be kind and considerate. Or remember this; if you don't have anything nice to say, be quiet is always the safest option. 

Until next thoughts, 


Thursday, February 7, 2019

Burger King and Mcdonald’s

Hubs and I have different characters. 

I'm a pessimist, he's an optimist.

I'm introvert, he's ambivert. 

Occasional solitude is important for me, not to him. 

I like to try new places, while he is loyal to his favorites. 

I love books, he hates reading.

And these are just half of them... 

We are different, but we do our best to make it work.

We respect our differences, because we understand everyone is born different.

Don't force people to change into someone they're not. If one day they decided to change, let it be on their own terms, for their own benefit, not yours.  

I always believe that mutual understanding is the basic foundation in any kind of relationships. 

Shall we all learn to be more like Burger King and McDonald's? After all, they are our favorite junk food. ;)

Until next thoughts, 


Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Why I Think It's Important To Listen To Your Inner Voice

The reason why I am a believer in listening to our inner voice starts from this chapter of my life...

It was 2005. Couple months after I graduated from college, I was still jobless. I majored in Accounting, yet I suck at numbers. Well, probably not suck, but the idea of working in a field relating to numbers has never been my interest. So, why choose accounting, you were wondering? I’m not sure, I was 17 when I graduated from high school, not really know what my interest are, at that time, Accounting seems to be a safe choice. Something that I regretted now, because dear... Always find something you passionate in. 

Thursday, October 26, 2017


I wasn't plan to write a review on Tucano's at first, because I didn't take my camera during our dinner, but I've received quite many message on instagram asking me to blog this after I post them on my Insta-story. Hence, I decided to do it, but warning ahead, all the pictures taken with Iphone only and they weren't good ones, since I initially took them only for Insta-stories purposes. 

Monday, October 23, 2017


A place worth to talk about always makes me excited to write a review. As you may all know, I'm not really that into food hunting anymore, but Kaum has been on my list since they opened its door. I think it's because their strong name in Hong Kong and Bali, and how they are under Potato Head management.