25 Questions to Help You Reflect Your 2014

Hello! It's less than 24 hours before the new year rolls in and I found this blog post from into-mind.com that listed questions to answer in order to help you reflect your 2014. Originally there are 40 questions but I decided to narrow it down. Anyway, I had some sort of ephipany while answering those questions. I did quite a lot this year. And I grow a little bit.. I hope. (Click Read More and read my answers :) )

1. If you had to describe your 2014 in 3 words, what would they be?

2. What new things did you discover about yourself?

3. What single achievements are you most proud of?

4. What was the best news you received?

5. What was your favorite place that you visited in 2014?

6. Which new skills did you learn?

7. What or who are you most thankful for?

8. What was the most important lesson you learnt in 2014?

9. What was your favourite compliment that you received this year?

10. What little things did you most enjoy during your day-to-day life? 

11. What book or movie affected your life in a profound way?

12. What cool things did you create this year?

13. What was your most common mental state this year?

14. Was there anything you did for the very first time in your life this year?

15. What was your favourite moment spent with your friends?

16. What experience would you love to do all over again?

17. What was the best gift you received?

18. How did your overall outlook on life evolve?

19. What was the biggest problem you solved?

20. What was the funniest moment of your year, one that still makes it hard not to burst out laughing    when you think about it?

21. What one thing would you do differently and why?

22. What activities made you lose track of time?

23. What topics did you most enjoy learning about?

24. What new habits did you cultivate?

25. What advice would you give to your early 2014 self if you could?

Five Tips for a Memorable Trip

Bali, Jan 2014

Hello! This time I am guest blogging at Bivi's website. Click HERE for a more complete article. In this post, I'm not going to lecture you about the importance of bringing a copy of your travel documents or to always always stash extra cash, it's more like mantras to keep in mind when you're traveling.

Merry Christmas 2014

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it! Even if you don't celebrate Christmas, I do hope you enjoy the peaceful ambience of this season. Do remember that a savior is born unto us today over than two thousand years ago. Let's all be grateful and say happy birthday Father Jesus!
Just an outfit I wore for one of my many Christmas celebrations. I always love a good lace top and decided to combine it with a bright red midi skirt. It's only appropriate to wear red in Christmas month! :)

Little Black Dress For New Year's Outfit

I had SO much fun putting together this outfit at DailyLook.com . I know it looks super simple but it actually took me over an hour to make this set. LOL. I'm not the most savy-tech person and I was confused with the three other LBD contenders. I actually changed the dress twice before I decided to settle with this off shoulder fit and flare dress. I give a blue pop of color because I think red pop is too mainstream while blue is softer but still flashy enough for a nice touch of color.

I like this Cameo dress better than the other three because it's sweet enough for a family/work event but also sexy enough with bare shoulder and cleavage for a club/party/date event. Plus, the fit and flare works for all kind of body type and the v-neckline showcasing your collarbone will make any girl looks slimmer. Click more to see the other 3 contenders!

Trend Alert : Cape Sleeve

Yeay a fashion update at last!
Honestly these pictures belong to my store's lookbook. I still haven't find the spirit to get to my camera and tripod out just yet but this one will do, right?

Everything cape has been a big hit here in Indonesia. I love how it exudes elegance and mystery in the same time. The blazer version is so much more versatile hence it's not too strange that I own two of them already, black and white color. I will try to shoot an outfit with them soon :)
The blouse/top version is so much affordable although it's not as "cool" as the blazer, in my opinion. But it does retain the similar fancy and polished atmosphere.

Tebing Keraton, Bandung

Went to Tebing Keraton last weekend. It was quite a ride to get there so make sure your car's tire is fully equipped! Also, I will suggest to go in the summer and avoid rainy days because when the path (which is pure soil with a little grass here and there) is wet, it gets super slippery! Hence, make sure to wear suitable gear as well. I guess jeans and sporty shoes will be your best option. 

Cake A Boo PIK

So our next stop is Cake A Boo. This place recently opened in the middle of November 2014 so we did feel very hip! LOL. You can easily spot this place thanks to its oh-so-cute exterior. It's on the same row with Locale24.

Shirokuma Japanese Dessert Cafe

It's so fluffy I'm gonna die! Of diabetes, most likely...
Visited Shirokuma Japanese Dessert Cafe at Pantai Indah Kapuk, Jakarta with my friends as a short getaway for the weekend. It's an adorable little spot for dessert lover out there. It's quite new, opened in the middle of 2014.

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