As you might know already, I love music. I’m a self-proclaimed music enthusiast and music is a big part of my daily life. So it’s only normal if I’ve been spending more time than I should to carefully curate the songs that I will play on my wedding day…. right? 😀
Now that I have started to think about getting married, last weekend I went to a wedding fair in outskirts of Jakarta to browse around and find inspirations.
The fair was huge! It took place in a big hall with over 100 of vendors. They came from different categories too, ranging from venues to hand bouquets (Yes, I found one vendor which specialises on hand bouquets only!)… basically everything that you need for a wedding.
Guys, I have been scammed. So recently I took on a freelance job that I found online and agreed to work on a project. I finished my work but then the client just vanished after I sent the invoice. I have no idea how to trace the client because all I have is her email, skype, and her profile on a freelance portal where I met her.
September is here and as you might now it’s an extraordinary month for me this year… for several reasons 🙂
Last Wednesday my friends and I hosted a baby shower for my highschool friends. Yes, friends – there are three pregnant ladies in our group so we decided to host a communal baby shower.
You might have read this post about my recent experience when dealing with Make Up Artist for my engagement party. Long story short, I was disappointed with one when I wanted to book her. I ended up having had to find another one that suits my budget (note: it’s relatively easy to find a MUA in Jakarta if you have unlimited budget but that’s not the case for me…).
The idea to write about this came from a comment by Dita in my previous “3 Cities” series. Well actually no.. it’s not a series in this blog, but I just happen to wrote about 3 cities that I don’t want to revisit and also 3 cities that I would love to revisit. Do have a read if you haven’t! 😉