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Saturday, November 17, 2012

You're Amazing and Don't You Forget that

By chance, I passed by my blog and looked at the archive counter. It's reducing year by year, which is not good. So, here I am trying to put up something, to increasing the number, even I'm not so sure, what else, this time, I'll post here. HAHA! But hey, at least, here's an update, better than nothing, right? Again, another self-justification, but who cares anywayyyy :p

Well, well, well, I have another wedding to attend this afternoon, so if you don't mind, your tour ends here. Till another time, I guess? :p


Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars. ---Les Brown

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Busy Bee!

Hello, sugarpies! Howdy? I wish you all have great time. You have nooooo idea how I miss writing here. But I haven't changed. Not even a bit. Procrastinator, full of excuses about my absence. I hope you guys get used to it. :p

Anywayyyyyy, I am so bloody tired. Just imagine. I need to finished 12 months of 2011 of purchasing reports, in a day. I've talked about it like everywhere, twitter, talked to my friends, put up on every status updates about it, but still, here I am. Wake up so early, in fact it's public holiday-that explains why I am here, as well-just to whine about it here.

That's simply mean, I've had enough. Seriously, I'm tired to the bones. I don't know till when I could survive. Plus, you know, how I'll be like when I am busy. That's not good, I'm telling you, not at all.

I'm out.

Living involves tearing up one rough draft after another. ---Author Unknown

Monday, November 5, 2012

Sweet November

I know I've been missing for quite a while, but here I am, posting pic to brighten your day. Cheers. :)

Life is simple, it's just not easy. ---Author Unknown

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Something Worth Reading...

Hello there! I know, I know! :p That's why here I am now. Here's an update to keep the blog alive. :p Anyway, I have something worth-to-read to post. Taken from here if you wish to read it directly from the page. :)

6 Things You Learn At 25
-By Jessica Blankenship-

My mama always told me (I swore I would someday find a reason to start a piece of writing like that) that the year you’re 25 is an important year wherein you — not the details of your life, which are constantly in flux, but the very filters with which you see things, the principles that guide your existence — will change. You’ll realize who you are, make decisions about who you keep company with, solidify your priorities, and generally see yourself in a bigger context than ever before. When my mom was 25, she had three children, two of whom were fathered by an alcoholic she was divorcing at the time. Seeing as I didn’t predict myself ending up with anything close to those things on my plate when I hit the big 2-5, I always wondered how her universal truth about this magic age would manifest itself for me. Well, here I am — unmarried with no children — so it seems I was right. It turns out, so was she.
I’m inclined to think it’s a coincidence that in that year, everything I believed, every relationship I held dear, every truth I thought I could rest on, the very filters through which I viewed the world shifted: painfully, awkwardly, awesomely, and so on. But then I observe every other goddamn 25-year-old ever­ –and hey, look! It happens to everyone. We might have different ways of experiencing the change, and varying degrees of even being cognizant of it, but it’s palpably present. This is the best I’ve done so far at breaking it down.
Disclaimer: Any of all of this can, and often will be, applicable at many stages of life. In no way is any of this uniquely constrained to the age of 25. But 25 is, like, notoriously a real bitch for hitting you hard.

1. You don’t know everything.

But you know a lot more than you used to. The most distinct accomplishment that marks this milestone is that it’s not about distinct accomplishments at all. 25 is all about acquiring the quiet, vague but incredibly important awareness of where you are in life. For the first time since probably ever, you aren’t perpetually distracted by your everyday life, enough to occasionally see the bigger picture: you’re no longer the distraught, flighty, eager young thing, incapable of anything resembling prudence or consistency that at 19 years old, you thought you would be forever. You either loved or loathed your own gorgeous dysfunctionality at that age, and either way, you likely defined yourself around it. But now, your life is only partially about starting in the same bars and ending in different beds each night. You sometimes pay bills on time. Your periods of employment sometimes are longer than your periods of unemployment. You are still a long way from where you want to be. But you probably have a much clearer idea of where it is you want to be, and possibly a more solid plan for getting there. The idea here is that you finally have a little self-awareness about where you are in the process and for once, you’re cool with that. You’re starting to understand the importance of confidence and humility and you’re at least making an attempt at balancing the two, and not just sweating things quite as hard.

2. Our generation is not (necessarily) better.

Oh, right, also the world still sucks. When we were growing up and learning the sugarcoated versions of the various atrocities that plagued the world, our inherent American arrogance — or maybe our youthful optimism — convinced us that those problems belonged to the past, or at worst, to other, more distant countries. Either way, us and our friends? We were going to do better. We were going to treat each other with respect and show older, discriminatory, backwards-ass generations how it’s done. Problems like socioeconomic, gender, and race inequalities, horrible tyrants assaulting people’s basic human rights, brutal diseases without cures — pssh, that noise was not for us. Except that it turns out that it really, really is. By 25, you’ve come to recognize that we still live in a country where all but a few rich, white, straight dudes have a bitch of a time gaining access to even the most basic level of respect and rights, many people are still downright heinous to each other, getting nutritious food and adequate healthcare is nowhere near a given, and the world beyond our borders can sometimes be an even more exhausting, depressing sh-tshow than that. You’ve also come to understand that it’s important to not embrace apathy in order to sleep at night, but that it’s also counterproductive to progress, and dangerous to your personal wellbeing to care too much. In short, you know you need to give enough f-cks to help make the world better, but like, not so many that it makes you hate life.

That’s not to say you’ve yet figured out how to accomplish this balancing act, but the realization that it’s something you need is damn good progress. I mean, we’re still trying to figure out how to effectively work each other’s genitals and not accidentally destroy each other’s feelings; solving world issues, or even figuring out to exist simultaneously in awareness and defiance of them, is a tall order right now. But this is when you realize that growing up is as much about adding important items to your Big Life’s To-Do List as it is about crossing them off.

3. Your parents screwed you up.

This is a great time to face the white hot epiphany that the majority of your neuroses, insecurities, inexplicable sore spots, prejudices, and self-delusions can be traced back to the psychological damage that your parents inflicted on you during your childhood and tender adolescence. Even if you think you’ve realized this for years (you have a doctorate in deflecting blame and your parents were the subject of your thesis, thankyouverymuch), 25 is the moment when this truth stops becoming a reason to hate your parents. Being pissed off at them is finally boring, as is being a neurotic mess full of excuses about daddy issues and parentally-induced feelings of inadequacy that make you utterly incapable of healthy interpersonal relationships. You understand that we’re all a jumble of ill-fitting pieces that our parents slapped together when they were raising us equipped with little more sense — if that — than we currently possess ourselves.

With that in mind, you start to move past hating them for it, and toward compassionately accepting them as flawed humans beings. Even if you don’t have to take responsibility for the mess they turned you into, you do have an obligation to do something constructive with that knowledge now that you have it. Now is when you decide to use the awareness of your hang-ups and stop your lifelong tradition of letting them be the excuse for all your bad habits and unsavory behavior. Instead, you will henceforth use this powerful self-awareness of your problems as the ammo you need to disempower them. Maybe your parents did ruin the last decade of your life, but now that you really understand what that’s all about, and you really get the scope of it all, it’s on you — knowledge is power, so take 25 as the time to stop being an angry, sullen teenager and get down to the business of fixing yourself.

4. Expectations yield heartache.

Relationships, jobs, promising new apartments, moves to new cities, daring hair changes — all things that you have a long history of investing a lot of expectations in, and an even more consistent history of being massively let down by. So you stop doing that now. Obviously, as the ambitious, exploring, adventurous, young beast you are, you still plan, you hope, you work toward goals, but you finally see how dangerous it is to be entirely fixated on achieving one specific outcome. If you allow yourself to be pleased with forward progress in the general direction you were aiming for, you can save yourself a lot of bummed out feelings about not hitting things directly on the exact mark you were aiming for. This approach is also a great way to always allow yourself openness for the best changes-of-plan that more rigid folks would miss out on while they’re being disappointed in landing a few degrees off target.

5. You and your friends are on different pages.

At 25, you will feel drastically more mature than some people you know, embarrassingly less put-together than others, and acutely aware of these imbalances in lifestyle, career, and consciousness between you and the friends you used to feel absolutely in sync with. This can be isolating. Out of nowhere, you can go from feeling buoyantly held aloft on the tumultuous sea of life by friends who totally get you, to feeling… you know, whatever the opposite equivalent of that analogy is. Desert Island or whatever. Don’t fret. Your 20s is supposed to be a time of rapid growth and development in every area of your everything, but we don’t always — in fact, rarely ever — evolve along the same timeline. And so we lose pace with each other.

Maybe in the next few years, you and your former soulmates will end up in the same place again and be BFFs. Or maybe you won’t. Maybe your path will take you to a whole new group of friends who are more suited to this stage of your life, and hopefully your old friends find that, too. Regardless, don’t let the fact that you and your pals have less in common than ever become grounds for resentment, anger, self-doubt or any of that nasty sh-t. It sucks, it’s sad sometimes (social limbo is a lonely land, yo), but the best you can do is stand behind your own choices, stay focused on continuing to become the happiest, healthiest, most successful version of yourself possible, and try to retain a certain sense of social zen — people come in and out of your life, and that’s okay.

6. You’re not alone.

If you’re a 25-year-old who feels safe, secure, certain, well-adjusted, and unwaveringly sure of your amazing life, you’re either blowing industrial grade crack smoke up your own ass, or you’re a self-deluding baby whose greatest accomplishment will likely be getting voted Least Likely to Achieve Intellectual, Professional, Social or Spiritual Heights Beyond the Low Level at Which Their Own Self-Satisfied Apathy Permanently Stagnated Them Into a Life of Sad Mediocrity. It’s advisable to try to be happy with your life, but if at any point you think you’ve “got it all figured out,” and you stop seeking improvement, you officially suck harder than most.

If you’re 25 and going through the brutal process of seeing yourself honestly and the many implications that echo throughout every part of your life along with that, you’re going to feel all of the following ways in the course of any given week: bitter, angry, enthralled, amazed, in love, impossibly unable to be understood, impossibly unable to understand, empowered, serene, confused, motivated, refreshingly young, achingly tired, too alive, numb, drunk, sleepy, indulgent, lazy, unstoppable, fat, horny, and simultaneously frustrated and at peace with the overwhelming chaos and unbearable lightness of all of this. And that means you’re doing 25 the right way. This is all a helluva lot to feel. Uuuugggghhh, so many feeeelings. I know, boo. So as always, don’t forget the importance of blowing off steam. God invented tequila, weed, orgasms, and crying for a reason — besides, you’re old enough to not overdo it these days, right?

That's all, folks! Till we meet again, with another story to be shared :)

The reason it hurts so much to separate is because our souls are connected. ---Nicholas Sparks

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Quote of the Day

As we grow up, we learn that even the one person that wasn't supposed to ever let you down probably will. You will have your heart broken probably more than once and it's harder every time. You'll break hearts too, so remember how it felt when yours was broken. You'll fight with your best friend. You'll blame a new love for things an old one did. You'll cry because time is passing too fast, and you'll eventually lose someone you love 

There's one sad truth in life I've found
While journeying east and west -
The only folks we really wound
Are those we love the best.
We flatter those we scarcely know,
We please the fleeting guest,
And deal full many a thoughtless blow
To those who love us best. ---Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Sunday, April 15, 2012

May The Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

Finally, after all of these days, I've managed to find something quite interesting to post. This week has been a busy week for me, well, I mean with busy wasn't my work at the office, but, I was fully scheduled for after-work stuffs /read:hangout(s)/ :p

It started with Wednesday, because I forgot what I did on Monday and Tuesday. After work, my workmates and I, well, I do make some friends at the office, and these people are pretty much my close buddies in and out of the office. I don't have to mention, how many close friends I had for now, but not all of them are always join us when we're hangout. Anyway, we watched The Hunger Games-again, for the second time, for me-. Even after the 2nd times, I still found out it was a great movie. Love it much.

After the movie, we went to Fish & Co for our late dinner. All of us were so hungry that night, because our movie started on 6.15 PM, and there's no time left for us to had some dinner before the movie. In the end I just ordered Caesar Salad with Salmon and hot green tea. I've lost my appetite because of starving for so long, besides, I'm on diet, well, the others were ordered pasta. We ate and talked till almost 11 if I'm not mistaken. We're so crazy that time, that we all wanted to movie-marathon-ing and continue watch Battleship afterwards, fortunately, we haven't lost out mind that time. Just as a reminder, it was Wednesday, and tomorrow morning we should get back to work, so yeah~

Let's call it a night, then I went home and then went to dream land.

Thursday's night story is coming soon. :D

Shared joy is a double joy; shared sorrow is half a sorrow. ---Swedish Proverb

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Earth Hour 2012

Uniting People to Protect the Planet.
EARTH HOUR 2012 : 31ST MARCH, 8:30PM.

Hello people, here's just a reminder to all of us, let's join us on Earth Hour program, tonight at 8.30-9.30 PM local time. Save electricity, switch off your lights and all unused electronics, save the earth :)

Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money. ---Cree Indian Proverb

Sunday, March 18, 2012

2012 Movie Lists-updated.

Howdy people? I just realized, I haven't make my movies list for this year, so here they are :)

Underworld : Awakening
Norwegian Wood 
Journey 2 the Mysterious Island
The Vow 
This Means War
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
The Secret world of Arriety 
The Woman in a Black
The Artist
Ides of March
Safe House
Man on a Ledge
Jiro Dreams of Sushi 
John Carter
The Hunger Games 
21 Jump Street
The Raid: Redemption
Mirror Mirror
Dr. Seuss' The Lorax
Wrath of the Titans 
Titanic 3D
Iron Sky
The Hunter
The Lucky One 
The Apparition
The Raven
The Pirates! Band of Misfits
The Avengers 
A little bit of heaven
Men in Black III
Snow White and the Huntsman 
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted
G.I.Joe : Retaliation 
The Amazing Spiderman
Ice Age 4
The Dark Knight Rises 
Step Up 4
The Bourne Legacy
The Expendables 2
Total Recall
The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Resident Evil : Retribution 
Taken 2
Anna Karenina
The Twilight Saga : Breaking Dawn Part 2
Rise of the Guardians
The Hobit : An Unexpected Journey 
The Great Gatsby

Well, there are many more upcoming movies within the year, but so far, these are what I want to see. Let me know if there are more coming and worth to watch that I haven't mentioned here :D

True nostalgia is an ephemeral composition of disjointed memories. ---Florence King

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Quickie Post - Special Thanks!

Here's another quick post, I just want to dedicated this blog post for certain people-or/and to this particular special person-in my life, simply I can only say Thank You for everything. The caring, kindness, love, feeling, companion, passion, everything in positive way-you named it!-

Love has no desire but to fulfill itself. To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night. To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving. ---Kahlil Gibran

Thursday, March 8, 2012

We have something you really have to see. And touch.

This is 'another' the day for Apple media events. A day that we're all have been waiting for, as an Apple fan. It's going to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. The last information that I've got, we're 9 minutes away, but it might be happening now. Get ready, folks! :D

I'm out~

We have something you really have to see. And touch.---Apple.

Monday, March 5, 2012


March is here and I don't feel like blogging at all. So, let's just say hello to March! Be good to us. I know you will! :)

I'm out~

P.S. I can't sleep and I tweaked around my blog and changed the font to my current and hopefully will be my all-time favorite font. Been using this font for a while on my iPhone. Anyway this little tweak definitely makes my blog a lot sweeter for my eyes and hopefully for yours too or whatever I don't care~ and it makes me in a mood for blogging, which is good. This means, I'll see you guys pretty soon, eh?


You've got a lot of choices. If getting out of bed in the morning is a chore and you're not smiling on a regular basis, try another choice. ---Steven D. Woodhull (U.S. geologist, 1976-)

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Keep Holding On

Something is definitely wrong with this laptop or browser or my connection. Some blogs that I opened showed a blank white page while the others showed up with no picture at all. Well, howwwwwww are you guyssssss? I seriously miss writing, seriously like seriously. I'm just out of the ideas.

Well, I don't like talk about work here, but I wake up in the morning, take a shower then off to the office, get stressed then go home and sleep. The cycle repeats, every day from Monday to Friday. What else do you expect from this little blog if the contents were not much or less about work, work , and work? Sigh.

Okay, to make it simply and definitely short-you know I hate to talk about it, especially on weekend!-It's been hectic and will always be, as I am the only one who handle all of my jobs. No partner(s) that would helped me out or covering my works if I sick or can't make it to the office. I don't know till when this will continue, well, I will hold on till I can't take it anymore.

Hopefully, I have something interesting to share tomorrow as I am going out for sushi time with my ladies, so, see you butterflies! :)

A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly. You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick-out teeth, but if you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely. ---Roald Dahl

Sunday, February 12, 2012

The Month of Love

Hoah!! I've missed lot of things around here. First post on February is starting with this line

I'm getting lazier to update this blog.

You know the reason why. So, how are you guys? Currently I'm living my life with boring schedule and routines. Not much I can tell you about it. Anyway, yesterday was Ika's birthday. She's one of my close buddies at the house. Marla and I ordered birthday cake from Cheese Cake Factory and made a lil surprise for her, as we pretending that we forgot it was her day. Hopefully our little surprise could brightened your day, darla! Be Happy always. :)
Because of yesterday she was very busy so, we'll go out to celebrate it today. This explains why I should off from here now.

I'll see you when I see you. :)


You are only young once, but you can stay immature indefinitely. ---Ogden Nash

Saturday, January 28, 2012


Hola! How's everyone? :) It's been a while yea.. I'm completely forgot that I have this blog, like seriously. Twitter really took all my attention away from this sweet little blog. Or maybe it's simpler and easier for me to say whatever I wanna say, anytime, anywhere. But lately, my updates there are also reducing day by day. I'm not updating as intense as before and well, I am getting busier day by day, or simply, I got bored.

Anywayyyyy.... I'll give you guys a lil surprise(s) later on, so stay tuned sugarpies! See ya guys in a bit.


“The memory has as many moods as the temper, and shifts its scenery like a diorama.” ---George Eliot, Middlemarch : a study of provincial life.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Photos du jour

I feel like sharing lots of images today! :)))


I want an iPad 2. I want the 4S. I wanna buy new book(s), the whole kinokuniya, if it's possible :p I want a DSLR-herewegoagain!-I want new boyfriend blazers. I want MacBook pro. I need more shoes. Oh, I simply want everything.


Okay, excuse my random babbling above. I am in a vague mood at the moment. Not sure what I really want, not sure what am I gonna do. I have 4 days for CNY's holidays and it's like heaven! I should use my time wisely, but I feel like doing nothing. I want to spend my weekend and my holiday by lazying all day and playing games. Browsing, downloading, watching videos on YouTube etc. Simply enjoying my free time and myself. I really want to avoiding malls at the moment/read: Forever 21, Grand Indonesia/But, I'm pretty sure I'll ended up stuck in there for the rest of the day, because right after posting this thread, I'm gonna take a shower then rush to GI. :p


Hopefully, I won't be spending half day in GI just to get in and out of the F21's fitting room, fitting another boyfriend blazer(s)! Or hanging around Starbucks. Finger crossed. I've had enough. Got three boyfriend blazers within these two weeks. Seriously, I need to do saving! All my salaries went on boyfriend blazers, books, eyeliners-oh, yeah, I am an eyeliner junkie, but I don't do make up! I was too lazy to put them on, but thankfully, now I can spare my time to at least put those eyeliners on-and the rest, Starbucks. Imagine, by the end of November until today, I guess, I've been to Starbucks like more than 60 times. Crazy. Now I know why I'm broke. LOL.


Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, stop what you are doing, go grab your A5 Apple device and prepare to receive the gift of liberation....

Anyway, are you a iDevices user? A regular visitor to Redmond Pie's site? You must be familiar with the sentence above and you must have heard the news. Apple A5 Device is officially Jailbreakable today, and they've released it, unfortunately, for Mac user only at the moment. I don't own any A5 devices but I am soooo excited and can't wait to get my hands dirty, by tweaking my work-mate's iPad 2 or, maybe, still maybe, within this week or next week, I can feel the 4S on my hand, launch the Siri and of course tweaking it :p Finger crossed.


Here's the link if you guys want to JB your A5 devices, mac user only! For windows user, let's wait for a little longer and we'll see you in a bit. Have fun and enjoy! :)

See ya!. Ciao.

Just living is not enough... one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower. ---Hans Christian Andersen

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Nothing and Everything

The pic above has nothing to do for the entire post. I'm just killing my time browsing around to find cute pics over the internet at the moment. You know, I'm quite miss those silly times that I spent the whole day facing my lappie, doing nothing but wasting time, read this articles, that articles, news, people's blogs, browsing fancy stuffs and pics, listen to my iTunes' playlist, watch videos on youtube, movie trailer, editing and designing, download icons, musics, arts and design stuffs etc. Simply doing nothing, but everything to me. :p

Anyway, I don't know what the hell am I doing right here, right now. Typing this line in my comfy room with Pringles, mineral water and Pocari Sweat as my companions on weekday. Am I trying to ruin my diet or my career, or well, both? But hey! Everybody has secrets, and today I don't feel like sharing any bit of it, not even one clue for ya, sorry. :p Started to feel insecure with this blog that I shared for public /read:myworkmates/. Moreover, it's not called secret anymore if too many people know about it, rightttt? :p

Okay, I gotta go now. One thing for sure, I am here for one two purposes, one, to update my blog, two, the secret thing I've mentioned above :p Oh well, don't get it wrong. It's not kind of secret that you've been thinking. Some people close to me know about it, though, but I just don't feel like sharing it for public. Youknowthereasonwhy! Just as I always said, ask then I will let you know. In person for sure. :D

I'm out~

Spend the afternoon. You can't take it with you. ---Annie Dillard