Sometimes I wonder, where are the good people going? Sometimes, I feel that there are not many good genuinely kind people around. If some are being too kind, I often think that there must be motivation behind that. Or if some are being too friendly, sometimes I think that they would just blast me in … Continue reading Notes: Good People, Good Heart
Many people say that once a woman becomes a mother, she will lose her body, become fat and have jiggly yet flabby body especially those who has baby delivered through c-section including me. Don’t even dream to get your body back, so they say. But here I am, I prove them wrong. You can still … Continue reading Notes: Losing Your Body? Nah!
Since we are going to stay for another one or two years in Dhaka, I decided to make a new project for myself which I called #BreakIntoBangladesh. This project is supposed to help me understand Bangladesh better, as some of you might be aware that Dhaka has been ranked at fourth least-liveable city by The … Continue reading Notes: #BreakIntoBangladesh Project
When I arrived in Dhaka for the very first time, I often wonder what kind of trade relation #Indonesia and #Bangladesh have? This question came across to me because there is no direct flight between Dhaka-Jakarta which could mean that the traffic is not busy meanwhile Dhaka-Kuala Lumpur and Dhaka-Singapore seem to always be busy. … Continue reading Notes: ID-BD LNG Trade
Are you wearing fast fashion products either it is from Zara, Pull & Bear, H&M, Bershka and any other? How often do you buy a new outfit? And....have you ever wondered who makes your clothes, under what condition, how do they make it or where do they make it? Well, let me tell you a … Continue reading Notes: My Clothes, Your Clothes
I don't know exactly how many clothes I have been purchasing in these last ten years. It must be hundreds or could have been thousands. And where are those clothes now? Most of them have been donated, given out or thrown away. Why? Those were either already washed out, destroyed or simply out of trend. … Continue reading Notes: A Conscious Consumer
The only way to patch a vulnerability is by exposing it first. The flipside being that exposing a vulnerability leaves you open for an exploit. - Elliot Alderson (Mr. Robot)