On a silver lining, I have 3 days to spend with myself. Is it a yeay? Probably, or honestly: yes (maybe?). I feel bad that I have to cancel my Sunday brunch and turn down my friends' offer to go out, but I think I need some rest for a while.
There are still lots of fun things to do while I'm laying lazily on my bed, as long as I have my mac; my iphone; books; electricity; along with good and stable internet connection.
It's a blog founded and written by Elsie and Emma. What I love about this blog is there's so many topics you can choose according to your interests. You can find crafts, photography, recipes, decor, fashion, and beauty! As for me, I've found many things I look for. Here's some of my fav posts from this blog:
if not now, then when?
on being a workaholic and still have a life
20 hair tutorials we love
try this: crock pot caramel
3) Pop Quizzes
"Which Harry Potter Character Are You?" I'm Neville Longbottom.
"Which Pop Diva Are You?" I'm Adele.
"Which Hogwarts House Do You Belong In?" Ravenclaw (Neville but Ravenclaw?).
"What City Should You Actually Live In?" Los Angeles.
"Which Sherlock Character Are You?" I'm Molly Hooper.
I also took one from allkpop: "Which Entertainment Label is For Me?" SM Enternainment.
Let me know, which one or what kind are you :)
4) Blue Moon
CNBLUE Blue Moon Word Tour has officially ended yesterday morning (Jakarta local time, GMT +7) at Chile. I'm still scrolling my twitter timeline for the band's latest update from Chile this weekend. Well, honestly it's so envious when I saw some of Chilean fans were able to meet them almost freely and leisurely. Managed to get their sign, even took a picture together when they're having a photo shoot schedule at Santa Lucia Hill. The recent news is they already bound to go back to their hometown now. They have been travel around the world (exclude Europe and Africa though) since April last year, completed 20 shows in 18 cities. Sad? A little. But they will release a new full-length album soon (this month expected) and I'm still rooting for an encore.
5) The Happiness Project
I'm currently reading The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin. Unlike any other books I've read, I have decided to read one chapter per month. Well, the book consists of Rubin's happiness project since January through December, so I tried to follow the good actions plan each month.
What's not to love about this web? Aside from the Pop Quizzes, I love to read Buzzfeed's article. They can be heavy as a boat or light as a feather. It's your choice. Here's some of BuzzFeed's articles I had read this weekend:
8 Types of Friends You Want in Your Late Twenties
22 Reasons Having A Brother Seems Awesome
Will Hollywood Ignore Woody Allen's Daughter's Sexual Abuse Allegation Again?
28 Delicious Things To Cook in February
7) Paramore by Paramore
Great album. Enough said.