Do the best and let God do the rest :)

Jumat, 25 Agustus 2017

7 Hal Postif yang Bisa di Kerjakan di Waktu Senggang


Siapa yang masih pengangguran? Menunggu pekerjaan? Atau lagi bingung mau ngapain? 

I have been jobless for more than a month and it was boring the beginning. But now I can handle it. So, here you are ! Top 7 low cost activities yang sangat positif untuk mengisi waktu luang mu. 

1. Olahraga 

Coba buka playstore dan download 30 days fitness challenge. Aplikasi ini memberikan contoh gerakan olahraga yang bisa dilakukan selama 30 hari. Selain menjaga tubuh mu tetap bugar, tentunya olahraga akan membuat mu berfikir lebih positif. Karena berolahraga mampu meningkatkan hormon endorfin atau yang dikenal dengan hormon kebahagiaan dan baik untuk otak Anda (kompas lifestyle.com). Jangan lupa sebelum memulai gerakan dari aplikasi ini saya mengambil pemanasan dulu dan pendinginan setelah selesai. Berikut video yang sering saya gunakan sebelum memulai fitness challenge saya:


Credit to Karolina for the mattress. Saya semakin rajin olahraga. 

2. Membaca alqur'an 

Ini buat teman-teman muslim yang merasa hari-harinya kosong dan hatinya sedih. Coba luangkan waktu untuk membaca alqur'an satu lembar setiap selesai sholat. Menurut pengalaman saya, membaca alqur'an tetap menjaga otak saya untuk berfikir karena saya masih kurang fasih membaca huruf arab. membaca alqur'an secara psikologi akan membuat perasaan menjadi tenang karena percaya Allah akan menjaga mu selalu karena amalan ini. Yang malas dan nda fasih seperti saya bisa merasakan manfaatnya, apalagi yang fasih dan rajin :') Coba sedikit-sedikit dulu, saya nd bisa jamin kalau ketagihan ya :)

Credit to akemi yang pertamakali mengajak baca qur'an di waktu senggang.

3. Menulis novel, blog atau vlogging.

Percayalah, menulis merupakan hobby yang murah meria. Berbekal ide dan komputer, kita bisa mulai menuliskan tentang berbagai hal. Mulai dari keseharian kita, learning point yang kita dapatkan hingga tempat wisata di sekitar kita. Hal ini pasti sangat membantu bagi orang-orang yang membutuhkan informasi tersebut. Satu hal yang selalu saya ingat "Jangan befikir apa yang akan kamu tulis tapi tulislah apa yang kamu fikirkan". Kamu juga juga mereview makanan atau apapun itu. 

4. Stay Connected 

Punya internet ? Punya social media ? Ayo mulai lah membangun virtual conversation. Jangan sekedar stalking dan skip instastory. Bisa mulai dengan "OMG! itu apa?" atau misalnya "HOI AIESEC" hahahahahhaha. Jangan lupa untuk yang sedang merantau, luangkan waktu menelfon orang tua. Yang sudah kehilangan orang tua, bisa mengirimkan doa dan tetap semangat! Mereka pasti senang punya anak dengan kegiatan yang positif.

5. Build your dream !

Berbekal buku gambar dan pensil warna, saya mulai menggambar mimpi2 saya. Biar lebih fokus dan merasa terarah Sejauh ini baru ada 4 gambar yang selesai digambar. Salah satu nya punya kolam renang di Makassar untuk publik ! One day ya, one day ! 

6. Start virtual movement  

Look at around you ! Kira-kira yang paling mengganggu hati kamu itu apa ? Atau coba cek SDGs dan tentukan isu yang paling kamu concern. Buat akun instagram dan mulai lah membagi pesan moral kamu. Jangan lupa ajak teman-teman kamu untuk mengikuti akun kamu. Viralkan ide kecil kamu ini. Lebih positif lebih bermakna :) Coba cek @stophateid sebuah gerakan kecil yang akan berimpact banyak untuk dunia. Selamat mencoba !

7. Nonton film

Coba google 10 inspiring movie dan mulailah mengisi waktu luang mu menonton film-film ini untuk membangkitkan semangat kamu. Kalau buat saya pribadi menonton film seperti menginvestasikan waktu. Saya juga sering membuka video yang membantu saya mendapatkan pengetahuan baru. Soalnya saya malas baca buku, kadang suka pusing liat kebanyakan huruf-huruf di novel. 


Nah, ini adalah beberapa hal positif yang bisa dilakukan. Beberapa hal yang mungkin bisa dicoba kalau kamu ada budget seperti memasak resep dari video tasty di youtube, berenangmembaca buku dan pastinya jalan-jalan

Kalau kamu punya list sendiri, monggo dibagi. Seperti biasa, tulisan diatas hanya lulus uji coba dari saya yang lumayan mager dan belum kaya. 

Stay positive and young ! 

Senin, 21 Agustus 2017

Walaupun Pekerja Keras, Masyarakat China Tidak Punya Banyak Uang

China merupakan salah negara yang memiliki penduduk terbanyak di dunia. Dengan populasi mencapai 200 juta, penduduk China diharuskan mampu menghadapi persaingan untuk bertahan hidup. Beberapa sistem yang menunjang kehidupan manusia juga terus dikembangkan untuk kesejahteraan masyarakatnya. Salah satu hal yang paling menarik dari warga China adalah sistem transaksi yang tidak lagi menggunakan uang kertas ataupun koin. Pada umum nya penduduk China menggunakan akun di handphone mereka yang memiliki sejumlah uang yang dapat digunakan bertansaksi dimana saja. Pembeli cukup menscan barcode para pedagang dan memasukkan jumlah transaksi. 

Hal ini cukup memudahkan penduduk China dalam hal bertransaksi dan juga dinilai cukup aman mengingat mereka tidak perlu membawa uang dalam jumlah besar untuk bertansaksi. Transaksi seperti ini dapat dilakukan di semua pedagang di negara China. Bahkan pedagang kecil kaki lima pun menerapkan sistem seperti ini. Penjual buah dipinggir jalan lebih memilih menggunakan transaksi dengan sistem ini. Jadi bukan hal baru jika mereka tidak membawa sepeser uang sekali pun. 

China memang cukup handal dalam menerapkan inovasi baru. Sistem pembayaran ini juga digunakan untuk sistem transportasi. Salah satu inovasi yang juga baru saja diterapkan adalah sepeda yang bisa digunakan seluruh penduduk China. Sepeda ini dikunci secara digital dan dapat digunakan setelah melakukan transaksi dengan menscan barcode yang tertera disetiap sepeda. Sepeda dengan jumlah ribuan ini tersebar diseluruh sudut kota besar di China. Walaupun baru dilakukan sekitar 7 bulan, menurut beberapa penduduk di China hal ini telah diterapkan secara baik. Sistem transportasi ini memudahkan mereka untuk mencapai tujuan. Di Beijing, kota yang terutama terkenal dengan macetnya, kini hampir setengah penduduknya menggunakan sepeda untuk menempuh perjalanan. Kota yang pernah menjadi tuan rumah olimpiade ini juga menyediakan jalur khusus sepeda untuk menjamin keamanan pengguna sepeda. Hal ini tentunya dapat mengurangi angka kemacetan meningkatkan kesehatan penduduk dengan bersepeda.

Jejeran sepeda yang mudah di temukan di sekitaran statiun kereta bawah tanah

Semua sistem ini ditunjang dengan teknologi dan kemauan masyarakat untuk menerima hal baru. Walaupun penggunaan sosial media di China adalah hal yang ilegal namun, hampir semua penduduk di China memiliki akun pembayaran ini dan mampu menggunakannya. Untuk menerapkan hal seperti ini di Indonesia, tentunya diperlukan masyarakat yang melek teknologi dan terbuka akan perubahan. Semoga kedepannya Indonesia bisa menjadi terdepan dengan adanya inovasi-inovasi di segala bidang. 

Selasa, 15 Agustus 2017

Jangan tangisi dia yang telah pergi ...

Hahahhahha, this blog proudly presents untuk orang-orang yang sedang berusaha move on atau masih menangisi kepergian doi.

I talked to my friend on Instagram and decided "lebih baik menangisi film Korea daripada dia yang telah berlalu"

And as I remember several days ago I listed several touching video and also asked my friend to give some recommendation sad movies. So here you are the list and the Instagram account of my friend that recommend to me :

by @ninoyandini
1. Moment to remember  (also recommended by mba @rezaesff)
2. Kabhi kushi kabhi gam

by @karinkayp
1. Everybody's fine
2. Charlie st. Cloud
3. The age of adeline

by @febriihasanah
1. Sore - serial on youtube
2. We are family

@shadrah_walagri
1. The gifted

@adriant_emal
1. Flying colours - Japanese movie

@teresaagus
1. Sweet 20
2. Cek toko sebelah

@putrimutmainna
1. Everything everything
2. Allied

@ayunazahra_
1. One day

@fdlhhnf
1. The blind side
2. Coach carter
3. Burnt
4. The intern

@rhararusli
1. Hope - Korean movie
2. Sunny

@andiiirwan
1. You are the apple of my eye
2. One day

@viallymumu
1. Miracle in cell number 7
2. Hear me
3. Crazy little thing call love
4. Hello stranger
5. The teacher diary
6. 49 days

@ninanovrigia
1. Extremely loud and incredibly close

@adheliaulfi
1. Pursuit of happyness

@fathuruun
1. Danish girl
2. zoo keeper's wife

@nyingkelin
1. Grave of fireflies
2. Forrest gump

@monozilla
1. Hearty paws
2. The bridge to terabhitia
3. Green miles
4. Leon
5. Marley and me

@fahrilw
1. Bajrangi Bhaijaan

@rahmawahid24
1. 500 days of summer
2. Tare zamee par

*Tidak ada jaminan kalau film diatas bisa membuat mu menangis. Saya juga belum nonton beberapa film diatas.


HAPPY CRY BABY BALABALA...

Minggu, 06 Agustus 2017

A story of boiled egg in International airports

I am trying to heal all my longing of my freedom. The time when I am the only person who will be responsible for myself and can’t rely to anyone to help me. Airport, a place where I am usually be the only person who will handle everything including the feeling of being nervous because over baggage or starving without any penny in my pocket. 

2016-2017 is the most time that I spent for traveling abroad.  AIESEC Indonesia trusted me as the representative for several meeting in abroad. If you are AIESECer, you will know how fancy it is to be poor while traveling. This is the organization that give me super limited money but limitless opportunity. I do learn a lot to solve my own problem. So, here some my story, tips and trick to survive in airport:


    Gastritis and limited money. Almost all airport has hot water. So, if you are always hungry or have gastritis, don’t forget to pack instant cup noodle or a fruit in your bag. I usually feel nervous in the airport, so the acid inside my stomach works faster and worse. Of course food price in the airport is not really friendly. Especially if I only transit for less than 10 hours. It is too expensive to exchange or withdraw money. Or, if I worry about hot water, I packed boil eggs and bread. Remember, not all airport allows some foods to enter the country. Japan and Australian are two of the countries that really strict about this. 

    If you are worry about over baggage, put stuff that probably you can grab and put in the cabin in top part of your suitcase. Also they usually offer me an extra check in baggage when I almost enter the aircraft because of my cabin bag is too big.  

    Sleep in airport is never convenience. I will bring my neck pillow and find a quite spot to lay down. Trust me, I will put jacket on the floor and sleep while hugging my suitcase. I will switch my alarm on to make me aware my flight time. To be more safe, I will submit my check in baggage first. 

    Use metro to save money. I prefer to use metro and come earlier in the airport then sleep there. It saves much money. I will count how many time I need to eat and pack food as I need. 

    I always use wifi in the airport. It takes time to connect, but it always works properly. 

    For transit 12 hours with the same airlines, we can ask their lounge to sleep. I had really good experience with Philippine airline. I took flight from China to Jakarta and stop in Philippine for 12 hours. They provided room, full of chair to sleep, shower room, hot water, and covered my meals twice. In Soekarno Hatta airport, Indonesia, there is one room after second detector gate in the left side to lay down very well in the terminal two.

    To take pray, I always keep one sejadah and my mukenah in my backpack. I will do wudhu in the sink and wash my feet in toilet. Then I will always try to find baby room.

    Writing an article will be good in airport. You can try to find comfortable spot while zip your coffee.

    Air sick usually makes me have headache, so pain killer is the medicine which is always in my bag and I always have shower kit to keep me fresh. Don't put any liquid more than 100 ml inside your cabin bag.


Making my food, to face 6 hours transit in Kuala Lumpur International Airport


Survival kit: apple, boiled eggs, bread, food box, tea sachet and noodles cup, a small blanket, neck pillow, shower kit (brush teeth and tooth paste), wet tissue, mukenah and sejadah for praying, laptop, extra clothes, charger, and note book. 


All the points above is only from my experience. I was in Beijing airport for 4 hours, Henan airport for 6 hours, Delhi local airport for 5 hours, Kolkata airport 11 hours, Jakarta airport 8 hours, Singapore airport for 6 hours, Malaysian airport 6 hours and 8 hours in Jakarta airport. For me airport is like home for everyone. Where people from all over can gather and meet :)  


Kamis, 04 Mei 2017

Advices from a girl who are not 7 years old anymore.

"You are too old for AIESEC life"

It is not a new thing for me. I almost leave my 26 age. And guess what, I am still surrounded by bunch of young people who are still around 4 years younger than me. And my answer is always

"You know, I am not sure if in the age of 26 you will have all the experiences that I have today"

It is not bragging but I am pretty sure that all people have different experience, so I am always sure and rise my confidence back. This time I am trying to remember all lesson that life gave to me. Because, you don't need to go through all pain that I had to get all these life lesson. It is not dictating what you should in your life, hahahaha. I am not google who can answer directly all your questions.

So, here several my life lesson complete with the moment when I got it.

1. Good friend stay forever. They don't need to be contacted each day. They even never complain if you just come when you need them. And you can yell at them, angry all the time, but the next day you just hang out and talk like usually. Keep them all in your heart. The lesson from my best friend Ayu and Magvirah.

2. There is always right time for good thing to be happen. Push yourself to your limit but give time for good thing to happen. I got this point right after I won one award

3. Good result is only a gift for several people, but all diligent people will gain new skill and learning point. Only few lazy people are lucky. Be diligent :) This come across my mind after I finish all tracker open platform for AIESEC.

4. Don't rely on any people except your parents. Only parents who truly love you more than anyone in this world. Only them who never expect anything except your successful. I even saw many husband hurt his wife in this world. And all people sad when their parents leave them. So love them. I had this feeling right after my parents call me, ask me to come home and send money to my bank account :')

5. All people have different life, so do not compare yours with other. Your life is a life that many people wish to have it. Be grateful :) This one after meeting some people behind the "happy good instastory post" :D

6. All people will die, include the one that you hate. So, forgive them. No comment lah.

7. Love is not only comes from pacar (boyfriend) so don't be sad if you don't have one. Some people I know just cheated in front of me or being sad because their boyfriend are not loyal enough.

8. Get married is not the happy ending for all of your problems. So stay cool ladies ! I saw many people still complain after get married.

9. Be kind to people, we never know who are we going to meet in the next second. I forget when it pop up in my mind

10. Leave all friend that give you fear in your life. Life is already scary. You don't need extra horror friend :D

11. No one in this world have control of your life. when you are angry, try to sleep. :D

12. Karma does exist, but we feel it more when bad luck come to us rather than the good one.


All this advices is not a exact thing that will happen to you. But, I share the thing that happen to me, so you don't need to taste my failure :D

Rabu, 19 April 2017

HACK THE PARENTING

DISCLAIMER : TOEFL below 550 and never take IELT test but still humble to share in English :D 

Nowadays, our milenials are quite often feel piss off because their parents don’t allow them to get their dreams or several strict rules for them. I am not sure if I am too old to give this advice. As a 90’s kid, I feel that there is nothing wrong with parenting today. I try to understand and accept the way they take care of me. 

Several time people ask me, why my parents let me do all things, and give me freedom that people think too much. So, here I am listing several hacks that I do to make my parents let me do what I want and what I believe including all strange ritual in AIESEC that my parents believe it will distract me from great dreams.  

  1. Regular check in , as AIESEC life obligate me to travel around for ‘not so short time’ so I need to make sure that my parents know where I am and what I am doing. I also do video call like taking medicine, literally 3 times a day. I will always tell them before leaving to where I go even when I have to face internet problem. 
  2. Brain wash !  don’t be so negative, just make sure that they know which part of the world I am going to stay and I am trying to make the place name familiar for them. For example “Dad, do you know what is the most growing country for economy in this world” absolutely it is India. I tried as hard as possible to rebrand the place to make sure that they won’t be worry. “Dad do you know where is my friend cousin father’s friend come from ?” .......“ICA ! you are not going to go there !” hahahaha. but I will always try to find other way !
  3. There is always second chance but no for the third ! Take all the consequences with you. Once you decide to do something, make sure there will be happy ending at the end. Collect all good and bad case practice from experienced person. Make sure that at end, your parents will hear good news about your struggling. If you face the failure then make sure you will try again with better preparation. Put all time, effort, money and love to your decision. So your parents know that it is worth to do. Once or twice is okay to complain, but not too often. 
  4. Know the channel of their news. I know that my dad is always reads newspaper in the morning. So, I make sure all my success story will be published on his newspaper. So, every news will heal their worry.
  5. Let them be part of your inner circle. Introduce friends, friend of friend, parents of friend, their neighbor, and tell your friend success story. But don’t tell too much, usually my parents end with comparing me with them :D But if I want to gossip, I will make sure my parents will be the first person I call. 
  6. Invest your time for them. Use it to clean your room, mop the house, clean dishes or several household. I know someone that always wake up in the morning to just get permission to hang out. 
  7. I remember one day my mom didn’t allow me to spend night in my friend's house. But I still need to attend the meeting. So, I start moving all my meeting to home, till my mom feel that it is too much and finally she let me to attend meeting outside till late night. 
  8. DON'T TELL A LIE ! apart from it is not good for your brand, it will make your brain think harder to just bury your lie with another lie. So, stay true !
  9. Once, my parents felt really disconnect with me when I was in India, so I wrote 30 postcards and sent it to my home, It was not only for my parents but almost all my friends. So, they came to my home and talk to my parents to take their postcards :') Even I was not at home, my parents felt my presence. 
Pose with Indonesia delegation for Global Village, Asia Pacific Conference in India. The third place that my parents allow me to visit after hospitalized for 10 days (left to right : Alina, Nu, Alsya, Muthy, Yeoda. All still single except Alina!) 
There is no guarantee that you will get permission easier after following all tips above. Different parents, different treat. It is only several success story from me who can leave home from morning till next morning, travel to “undetected place”. Even after hospitalized, traveling still not in my parents "haram" list and still make them heeemmmm little bit “happy” hahahahahhaha :D If you feel that you have another tips then let’s share ! 

Video to share : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P03UwRyei68 by Daniel Yeoda.

Sabtu, 18 Juni 2016

The things about AIESEC that you wish you never know :/


                                                                     
Hi, I am coming back! I just finished my AIESEC work and ready to face weekend. But then, I am thinking back about the reason, why I could be so long stick with AIESEC life. Some people think that I am a happy girl who is addicted about AIESEC. Now, I am going to reveal some struggling moment that not all people think could be happen in AIESEC.

So, here you are….


Even AIESEC is a good leadership organisation, I usually find myself that I don’t deserve to be a leader. I meet so many people great people in this organisation. I usually think that they are better than me, so they should be my leader. But, at the end all these great people who I usually met in AIESEC event, end up be my inspiration to be better in the future.

If people think AIESEC teach youth about management, I myself never have enough time to pack my back for travelling. There are so many places should be visited in my Wish list. All friends around the world keep inviting you to visit them. Sometimes you can’t resist and your calendar will full of travelling to meet other AIESECers and will be super difficult to manage it all. 

AIESEC make me spend money more. I found myself now is really excited to join many conferences. I always need to pay some fee in the conference, but what I get is always beyond my expectation. The things that make me happy, that my parents support me to join this positive event. Where I can gain many knowledge and meet so many people. This organisation also makes me believe that there is happiness that I can’t buy with money. 

Some people see our happy picture with foreigner friends on social media and think that we are  always having a great time together and have fun. In fact, some people who come from different background will be critical and make you think differently. Especially if they come from different country. Even we looks happy in the picture, but we always arguing about something because see something from different perspective. The diversity will make us become high tolerance person. But, don’t worry AIESECer always find the way to make peace. That is the reason we always have good picture in the end.

This organisation always makes me feels nothing! By getting into several social activities in this organisation. Helping people, knowing new people make me feel that all my difficult time is nothing compare with them. It opens my mind that there is always people who live more struggling than us. It makes me grateful that I can see many different life. Last but not least, to be honest this organisation makes me be forgetful person. Many different people come to me in really short. Usually, I even don’t have time to remember the name of ever single person. We share about the perspective and we will meet another people again. The same happen to the environment. It changes very quick. We should be adaptable facing the changing. 



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Over all, what doesn't kill you will make you stronger!