[Life to share] – Gaya Hidup Sehat ala Indonesia!

Hallo teman-teman! Pertama-tama, aku ingin menyampaikan bahwa tulisan-tulisan dalam blog ini memang ditujukkan untuk sharing bersama kita. Sebagai penulis konten yang akan kamu baca ini, aku perlu mengklaim diriku sebagai seseorang yang bukan merupakan ahli dalam bidang kesehatan. Aku hanya ingin membagikan pengalaman hidupku, jadi aku sangat berharap kita bisa saling membagi pemikiran dan masukkan yang akan mengedukasi kita bersama. Mari kita mulai. Intermezzo ‘Gaya Hidup’ Sehat! Sebagai pembuka, aku ingin sedikit membahas pengalaman hidupku sejak kecil hingga beranjak dewasa saat ini. Di Indonesia, harus disadari (atau at least yang aku dapati), literasi kita mengenai kesehatan dan gaya hidup yang sehat cukup terbilang kurang … Continue reading [Life to share] – Gaya Hidup Sehat ala Indonesia!

Teh Serai Jahe(Lemongrass Ginger Tea)

Good Day everyone! Today I’ll be sharing a cup of Indonesian Traditional drink which is Teh Serai Jahe (or in English literally translated as Lemongrass Ginger Tea). In Indonesia Lemongrass is being called Serai and Ginger is being called Jahe. … Continue reading Teh Serai Jahe(Lemongrass Ginger Tea)

Organic Fruit Market : Pasar Buah Pulo Gadung

    Good Day people! So today, I just got back from a local fruit market near my house, it is located in Pulo Gadung, East Jakarta, Indonesia. As you see there are lots and lots of watermelon and pineapple in there. My aunt bought 25 pineapples to make a pineapple jam for Nastar cookies. The pineapple jam then will be put inside the cookies. So it will look like this: Sources: google We will make this soon because my aunt that has a catering business just got some orders to make this cookie for Eid celebration. Eid Mubarak will … Continue reading Organic Fruit Market : Pasar Buah Pulo Gadung

A typical afternoon

In Indonesia, people will be celebrating  Eid soon. So this is a particular time according to Islam teaching when Muslim people have to fast in order to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad and this period of time is called Ramadhan month. So this was a typical afternoon at this Ramadhan month in Bandung, I took this picture on my way to my flat, I saw the silhouette and trees, and of course that very moment was incredible so I stopped and decided to capture it and share with you guys.   Good Night, Love Continue reading A typical afternoon

Backpacking from Jakarta to Bali

    So this time I went to Bali via trains and ship. It was crazzyyyyyy… because it took about 2,5 day to get there. It was a long road and my sister was sick, but thank God we made it. It was fun though. The route was from Jakarta to Bali. It started at Pasar Senen Station to Lempuyangan Station at Jogja, it took about 7-8 hours. After that, we decided to take some rest in Malioboro Street and seek some foods (I forgot to take the foods, I ate ‘gudeg’ and a local-made coffee). In the morning we … Continue reading Backpacking from Jakarta to Bali