Gita Savitri. Iya. Vlogger yang lagi rising. Saya baru 2 bulan (kalau tidak salah) nge-follow Instagram dan Twitter-nya, tapi lebih sering mengikuti update blognya instead of her vlog. Kadang-kadang aja sih nontonin vlognya. Jujur, awal baca blog Gita dan kemudian merambat subscribe Youtube channelnya saya sempat bersyukur segitunya. “Alhamdulillah. Masih ada anak muda yang ngasih positive influence ke teenagers jaman sekarang.” Mengingat banyak… Continue reading Tentang Hidup Sederhana
Tidak ada salahnya menyampaikan keinginan. Iya. Keinginan atau mungkin hanya angan pembayar pajak. Sepulang dari merantau di luar negeri, tentunya ada beberapa perbedaan mencolok yang saya rasakan. Salah satunya adalah tentang public facilities. Not having private transportation such as motorcycle or even car membuat saya sadar pentingnya penyediaan public facility untuk pedestrian. Mungkin benar, sebagian… Continue reading Angan Seorang Pembayar Pajak
Leadership is always being an interesting topic to be discussed, especially for employees to their bosses, for citizens to their government, for students to their teacher, even for leaders to their upper leaders. From smallest group to the biggest one. Well, I don’t want to judge the leaders in this post. Otherwise, let’s learn from them,… Continue reading What I’ve Learned from Leaders
Some people like to read, some others like to write. Some people like to write on blog, while others like to tweet. In my experience, encouraging people to write on blog (using Content Management System such as WordPress or Blogger) is not easy. These days, people are more interested in microblog–a mini-social-media-form of a blog, such… Continue reading Microblogging vs. Blogging: Which One is Right For You?
“The pleasure of remembering had been taken from me, because there was no longer anyone to remember with. It felt like losing your co-rememberer meant losing the memory itself, as if the things we’d done were less real and important than they had been hours before.” ― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars Many… Continue reading Things to Say to Someone in Grief
“Oh, I really do miss you, Indonesia.” It’s too quiet here. I didn’t celebrate Christmas, but still it was too quiet. Different to Indonesia, South Korea has only a few of believers. Yep, I still don’t know why, but it makes the nuance here is not that colorful as in Indonesia. Christmas eve is just like another Sunday.… Continue reading Christmas Eve in Korea
There is no such thing as conversation. It is an illusion. There are intersecting monologues, that is all. ~Rebecca West (Cicily Maxwell Andrews), “The Harsh Voice,” There Is No Conversation, 1935 Interacting with others is one of the human’s natures. We talk to each other, even though it’s only “Hi!” or “Good morning! How are… Continue reading The World is Talking