Decluttering & Reorganizing: Hair

It’s very difficult for me to maintain only one hairstyle, and because of that, I’ve tried nearly all hair lengths and cuttings that came across my own Pinterest boards. It’s been about two years since I’ve grown my hair out of a pixie, and I’m finally getting into the pixie cut again. It used to be my little comfort, and my obsession of (probably) going … Continue reading Decluttering & Reorganizing: Hair

De-cluttering, for the 999th time.

I’m finally writing a blog post again. I’ve been meaning to write for a while, but every time I had WordPress open, I was overwhelmed with setting my to-do list that I eventually lost my main ideas and the essence that I’ve been wanting to write about. I’ve been in a whirl of a mess myself with everything that has been going on lately, from … Continue reading De-cluttering, for the 999th time.

faux pas

There’s nothing you could do to make it better, better. Tunes spikes endorphins. Reading the lyrics are optional. Barren messages in coatings of melted sugar. Defeated by heat and evaporated into air. It’s essence are then nothing ethereal. I am in a constant rage, a never-ending battle with my eccentricity. A sculpture attracting grey pigeons but entices none. What can I ever offer that one … Continue reading faux pas

Is Your ‘Dunia Buku’ The Same As My ‘Dunia Buku’?

Recently, a bookish friend shared an article from Sinar Harian, written to critique the market of local publication. As I read, I have several comments in regards to this article, but I shall continue this article in full Bahasa Melayu so my points would appear less cocky (you know what I mean). Ulasan Artikel Sinar Harian Menurut pengarang artikel, Apa yang kita hadapi pada hari ini adalah imej … Continue reading Is Your ‘Dunia Buku’ The Same As My ‘Dunia Buku’?

How Kina Grannis Became An Integral Part Of My Musical Journey

A/N: I apologise that this post will be more personal than my other posts, which were directed more towards shaping the community into mindful citizens and all that boo. Although my favourite things about Kina Grannis are her boyshort pixie hair (and lowkey, her Japanese heritage), the impact she had on my musical journey is something very powerful and impactful in moulding the kind of songwriter I … Continue reading How Kina Grannis Became An Integral Part Of My Musical Journey