It was all started in 2009 when a doctor told me that I would only have another 10 years to live if my liver problem was being treated. He did not give me any choice because he saw me as a poor student and the treatment was expensive. I was only 21 years old university … Continue reading Notes: Recovery
Running has always been my thing and I have always been into outdoor running. Unfortunately, since I moved to Bangladesh in early 2016, outdoor running did not seem to be visible. It is because I cannot wear my 'normal' running gear -sport bra and short- as it is culturally inappropriate. As a foreigner, I just … Continue reading Notes: The Wanderer
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!
When I am upset and depressed, I run. While I am running, I am crying. Nobody knows but I feel good about it. Nobody sees the tears behind the shade that I wear; nobody sees that there is a weak and fragile soul behind the strong body. Nobody. At the end, everyone has their own struggle that … Continue reading Notes: So I Run
In these past few months, I have been enjoying my new morning routine, which is an early morning jogging on the road. What? An early morning jogging on the road in Jakarta? Really?! Yes! I do an early morning jogging on the road in Jakarta, one of the most polluted city in the world. I … Continue reading Notes: Jogging on Jakarta’s Road