Made to stick – Chip Heath and Dan Heath

A few months ago, I started to read Made to stick after finishing Contagious (Jonah Berger) in order to have some comparisons between these two since they were all written about how to make people share your idea or how to make your campaign become an epidemic. And after two chapters of Made to stick…

The Boy Between – Susan Stairs

One day, after saying goodbye to her parents, Orla was given an envelope by her father, in which had a photo of her parents when her mother was pregnant with her. Between them standing a young boy, teenager maybe, her mother had one arm on the boy’s shoulder. Orla had no idea who this boy…

One day being a farmer right outside of London…

London is going through its last days of summer. One day rarely passes without giving people both rain and sun, which sometimes becomes a disturbing thing to your brain. So when London shows the brighter face, we have to act fast. That is why I always have rush feelings when it comes to where to…

Happy birthday to the Queen of the United Kingdom

Last Saturday, I had an opportunity to be a volunteer for the Queen’s birthday. No need to say how happy I was. When I was in my country, I was so curious about this “system” and the monarchy of England, I was curious about how the people in the UK is treating their Queen, whether…

Soho (London) shed tears for Orlando (Florida, U.S.)

Yesterday afternoon, June 13th, thousands of people have gathered on the main street in Soho, London to pay condolences to the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando (U.S.) two days ago. At 7 P.M, Soho stayed silence for 2 minutes after a long whistle was blown in order to pay condolences to 49 dead…

Volunteering for Westminster Mile (2016)

Yesterday, I had an amazing opportunity volunteering for Westminster Mile 2016 with Team Westminster. Talking about Volunteer, I had arranged/done quite some volunteering work with my University back when I was an undergraduate student, so to me, giving back to the community is not just a task that I need to do, but a hobby that…

Ask me about London? I’ll let the perfume do the talking

Last night, I came across a movie adapted from one of my most favourite books of all times – PERFUME by Patrick Suskind, then one thought just popped up in my mind, which was “Why don’t I write something about perfume when I am here, since I like “sniffing”, and always have wanted to try…

London in my…nose

Can you smell London? I don’t know since when I’ve been growing the urge to keep a diary of smells of everywhere I’ve been to in a secret corner of my mind. Right now, I can recall the smell of uncountable sunny noons when I skipped my napping time just to hang out with my…

Shakespeare400 – Romeo & Juliet- A (good)time for us

It is a little bit weird when you go to a classical concert when you went to a rock concert the day before. But believe me! It is a really good weird (of course the music has to be good!) A few months ago, I and my friend went to a classical concert in London…

MUSE concert – My first step into the world of Rock

I was about to go home from our library when my friend sent me a text message asking me if I want to go to a concert with her because her cousin was suddenly busy and could not go with her. Well, I have never gone to any concert without knowing who was going to…