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Alifa Putrinda

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Alifa is a marketer who ended up in tech. A newbie expat in Singapore. She tries to turn her complaints, struggles and memorable moments being a 20-something millennials into a life 'win & learn'; hoping that maybe others would benefit from it. When she’s not writing, she enjoys beaches, workout and pizza.
Jakarta

Being away from Jakarta makes me miss the city from time to time. Although, statistically speaking Jakarta is not a healthy city to live in, like its bad air pollution, low salary range, bad traffic and many more. However, I also can’t deny how lively and vibrant this…

Moving to a new country is always exhilarating, fun and exciting. The idea of meeting new people, learning new culture, exploring the world and many more sound like a dream. It’s about living the dream and experiencing the world at its best.  Unfortunately moving abroad is not all…

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Three months passed by and nothing can surprise us more than the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus this year. Yeah, I just need to bring this up. Covid-19 pandemic is not just a virus and a health issue. It is a global phenomenon that has impacts every…

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When it was just the second month of the year and I almost went insane. I knew I need a quick break from my routine. As a beach-person, going to the nearest beach or joining an open trip is always the perfect quick fix for my mind and…

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Social media is an addiction; a chunk of life; an inspiration search engine; a one-stop-procrastination-place; a reason not to get out from bed in the morning; or whatever you wanna call it. I’ve talked about my personal attachment on social media a little while ago. Social media has…

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India, a country I had never thought I’d be travelling to. But guess what, it was so fun! So here’s the first chunk of my India experience, where I spent three days exploring India’s golden triangle with my six work colleagues. One of the perks of working in…

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A blog that has a ‘millennial’ name on it won’t be completed without a post about the quarter-life crisis :)) Being a millennial myself, I’m gonna tell you that it’s not just a piece of article titles that you would find online or a book title that makes…

I don’t want to brush off all the good things that happened in the past year but 2017 was a tough one. I’ve learned through the hard way. If I could zoom out all my life events, it’s gonna look like a roller coaster trails, some ups, downs,…

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I often found myself jumping into bed after a long day working. I’ll scroll my social media feed for a while, at least that’s always my initial plan, which always turns out to be an hour or two. In another situation like queuing, waiting for someone or commuting,…

It all starts when we fall in love too deeply with a person, a place, a routine, a job or anything. We develop a great obsession with this thing or person. We transform into an excellent keeper who makes sure that anything in life won’t slip. We create…