Currently, I'm in my hometown (Malang, Indonesia) well, actually I'd just be here for exactly 10 days. It's a shame that I spent most of days while sick. I got fever. Maybe because of the drastic difference of the weather? Last time I left Tokyo it's around 4 degrees, now I'm on 28… Continue reading Overgrowth


Leaving Tokyo (The City of Paradox)

"Man. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is… Continue reading Leaving Tokyo (The City of Paradox)

Discover and No Commitment

I have a friend who has no idea what to do in this life, The other friend is just lost his way. Actually, that’s just how I feel all the time. Maybe you're all too. Our 20s is the time to discover ourselves, don’t bother it with commitment yet. That’s what makes your decisions process… Continue reading Discover and No Commitment

Miserable Friend Meets Miserable Me

 “Hello Vian, got a job opportunity?” That’s the first words from my friend on a phone call who also lives in Tokyo. She’s being laid off by her company because of bankruptcy. She got only 2 months until she would be officially unemployed. That must be scary since Tokyo is one of the most expensive… Continue reading Miserable Friend Meets Miserable Me

Homesick isn’t Always about Home

Suddenly, I read a blog about homesick. “How to tell when you are”, “how to handle it as an adult”, etc. I fall in that category. Of course I am. Otherwise why I bother myself to google it. Certain song, especially about nostalgia keeps playing in my head, over and over. Certain time, I wish… Continue reading Homesick isn’t Always about Home

Aimlessly Walk: Aoyama and Roppongi

By the way, why I can only write better when I write on iPad in a note apps called Bear? Is it a jinx? What should I do with my laptop now? Okay, let’s get back to Aimlessly Walk business. That’s definitely not a good way to start a new journal. Especially this is my… Continue reading Aimlessly Walk: Aoyama and Roppongi