Friday, May 09, 2014

Fabulous Friday Finds



Well hello darlings! 

That was me floating on a sunny morning at Hotel Tentrem's pool last week. Wouldn't it be nice if you could just float in the swimming pool every morning and then have a huge breakfast hotel afterwards? Ah the dream! 

Anyways, here's the links for this week:

Tips on how to take perfect instagram photos.

Pros and cons of working from home. I agree.

Secure your seats at Jakarta Marketing Week. It's free!

It's a short one and til next week...

Toodles! 


Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Home Inspiration: Karlie Kloss' Home







all images via Habitually Chic

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Met Gala 2014 Dresses

Here are my favorites in no particular order...

Victoria Beckham in Victoria Beckham. 


Anna Kendrick in J. Mendel

Arizona Muse in Zac Posen

Anna Wintour in Chanel couture. 

Kirsten Dunst in Rodarte. I mean, come on, Star Wars themed dress! What's not to love ((: 

Erika Bearman AKA Oscar PR Girl in Oscar de la Renta. 

Ivanka Trump in Oscar de la Renta. 

images via whowhatwear
and via oscarprgirl instagram and ivankatrump instagram accounts. 


Travelogue: Tokyo


I left my heart in Tokyo.

Tokyo is now officially the city I want to visit over and over again for as long as I shall live. Visiting Tokyo has been a dream of mine for a long time and being able to finally visit was simply one of my highlights in 2013 and my life. 

The people, the culture, the transportation modes, the food, the stores, the vending machines, the cleanliness, the efficiencies and many more. And best of all, I still could mention a plethora of good things about Tokyo! Tokyo's that amazing.  

After my visit, I realized that it requires more than one visit to cover Tokyo, let alone the whole Japan, so I made a promise to myself. Whenever I can go back to Japan, I will. Even better if I could visit Japan every year and visit every prefecture of Japan! *Please God, Amen* 

Yes, I'm that head over heels in love with Japan and Tokyo is definitely one of the reasons why. Tokyo, aishiteru! 

Friday, April 25, 2014

Fabulous Friday Finds

via Lucy Laucht (one of my favorite accounts on instagram)


Well hello darlings! 

How I've missed blogging. I am estatic that I could squeeze some time for blogging, simply because it is difficult (for me) to maintain the consistency of a blog. When I have free time I usually just grab my cellphone and then scrolling down my instagram feed, where I'm following more than 800 accounts and most of them to me are inspiring and fascinating. The people I know personally on instagram probably around 150, the rest 650s are strangers and I love it. These beautiful strangers are husky owners (my favorite!), my favorite bloggers, famous people, home and interior inspiration, travel-related accounts, brands I love, online stores and people who take amazing photos. 

I must admit, instagram is without a doubt, my favorite social media platform. What is yours? 

But anyways, here are some links I found this week (and the weeks before *teehee!) for us to enjoy and to keep on our browser bookmark! 

Zee Avi launched a new album, get it now! I adore this album! 

I want to try them on my nails! 


Dream of starting a business? Read this first


Beautiful pale pink bedroom make over



Beautifully written.

I'm still not over Frozen. And Kristen Bell, you're amazing

'til next week! Toodles! 



Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Indonesian Legislative Election 2014

I cast my vote on these four folded papers. 

Proof. 

My parents also voted today. 

Today my family and I (minus le husband because he went flying an airplane) exercised our rights as Indonesian citizens to vote on this election day. The right to vote is a privilege, we participate in our society and help to determine our future. I will not let this privilege go to waste by promising myself to vote in every election and have a say in how my beloved country, province and city are run.  

I believe every Indonesian citizen have to vote even if it means voting between the lesser of two evils. Failure to vote results in the system being dominated only by those who are strongly motivated by some idea (getting themselves rich or have power) and extremism of all forms holds much largel influence than belief in those issues actually has. The system becomes corrupted because people refure to take responsibility for fixing it. People must vote if you want a functional system. 

But remember, change does not come overnight. If more people vote, then slowly we will get better quality politicians. Let's get exactly the kind of politician we deserve. 

Monday, April 07, 2014

Monday ManiPedi: Monochrome

After a few months rest from nail polish, my nails are finally back in (basic) colors. For the comeback I chose to do something easy and pretty basic monochrome design. I love the end result eventhough in the process I realized that my skill in creating nail art is degrading. I need to practice more. 





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