Monthly Archives: June 2015

Diary
Five Cinspirations

Here are 5 Cinspirations that left the past week looking dandy, and dainty. 1. This tree that clearly needs waxing {joke aside, these hanging lamps call for the most magical of nights} 2. This bicycle that’s clearly a ‘she’ {because I used to have the impression that bikes can only look masculine and geared, but this one makes me dreams of hoping onto one and start exploring new towns} 3. This spicy […]

Fashion
Shake It Off

Albeit dressing super casual, this turns out to be my favorite photoshoot up to date! I was twirling around like a happy kid at the edge of Lake Toba dancing to Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off playing in my head, while Patrick was just snapping away looking all calm and cool. Maybe the red lips make all the difference. Maybe it is a light heart. But one thing for sure, you […]

Diary
Ten Lessons From My Dad

Hi everyone. This, is my dad. Trust me, he is the most supportive and sensible guy I know! Now – just like how every one thinks they have the best dad, I too, feel the same. I guess there is no such thing as THE Best Dad In The World – because a real good dad can only be the best for his own family. That’s why every one does […]

Fashion
Pocinhontas

I fall for anything that brings out the flower child in me. 30% of my closet is occupied by gypsy pieces that live in more than they should. As much as I love them, I find it less appropriate to dress like I was going to a festival; especially on weekdays or more so at work. During a recent trip to Lake Toba, the chance finally arrived for me to […]

Fashion
Medan

I was supposed to visit Nepal with Patrick and Gan, two of my high school classmates, a week after the earthquake. Everyone was trying to get out of the country then, so our trip was postponed to the same time next year. Desperate for an escapade during the long weekend, Patrick and I made an impromptu decision to make Medan happen. It is hard for me to say this because I love traveling and […]

One lovely Sunday afternoon, I received a bouquet of gifts from Portugal. It is one thing to buy gifts and a card, but it is another to present one with a concept that ties it all together. Mine arrived in a paper bag. It looked just like any other paper bag, but I’ve never seen one that spills out so many extraordinary items at one time. They are themed around […]