Who's in?!? I'm finally holding my first ever workshop and collab with my blog, branding and Get Blisstified Guru, Martine De Luna! Woohoo! I'm a bit OC (Obsessive Compulsive) when it comes to . . .
After TD got diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in January 2019, there have been a lot of changes in our life. Until Cancer hits someone close to you, there are so many things you don't know. The photos of . . .
After having an amazing lunch of Shrimp Quesedillas and Pollo Asado Street tacos, we were standing around waiting for our car, and TD said... hey doesn't that store look like a store we would find in . . .
I normally shy away from dollar stores or stores like Japan Home, Miniso or Mumuso, because I get tempted to buy stuff that I might not need, or things that might break easily. However this doesn't . . .
Why do I love and advocate for Scandinavian style homes? I fell in love with this style when we were living in Jakarta, but never got to apply it until we moved to Berlin, where I was able to fulfill . . .
In my last post about where to send decluttered items, I talked about where to donate usable and damaged clothings. In this post, I'd like to share with you my favorite place to send decluttered . . .
What many visitors from Asia don't expect is that everything is closed on Sundays in Berlin, except for the following ChurchesSome RestaurantsSome FloristsHotel Restaurants - like Neni . . .
When visiting Berlin or any other place with a foreign language it's very important to learn the phrase "I'm so sorry, do you speak English?" in the local tongue, because it is considered very rude to . . .
Christmas Eve or 24 December is when Germans celebrate Christmas, so the afternoon and evening of the 24th is when the city is on lockdown. This is the time to visit family, bake Christmas cookies, . . .
I've gotten asked by two separate people about what to do in Berlin in the Winter. My initial answer is always: CHRISTMAS MARKETS! These are original to Germany, where the tradition of the Christmas . . .