First things you guys need to know, I’m not a big fan of dust, bugs, sunburns and inclement weather, basically all the things related to outdoors activities. But, last week I’ve decided to have a short trip with my friends to Gunung Pancar, and camped there for a night.
Surprisingly it was a really great experience. I’m obsessed with the scenery and can’t get enough of taking pictures of it.
It was only a 2 day trip, not a fancy trip abroad, but i really had a blast.
Sometimes people forget the true meaning of traveling. They measure their happiness by how far they go for the trip, by how many things they bought, or how good does the pictures they took look like.
But hey, sometimes traveling isn’t about those things, but being able to travel with the people you love most and being able to realize how precious the time you spent with them is, that’s the true meaning of traveling.
On the 2nd week of December, I got the chance to be one of the Volunteers for Microsoft Volunteer Day at Sekolah Noah.
Being a Millenials in the 21st century is not easy. Yes, you can connect with everyone via social media, but at the same time, you can feel disconnected from those around you too.
Being able to take part as a volunteer helps me grow as a person. It helps me to reconnect with the society and feel the fulfilment of knowing that I can be a part of something bigger.
It was always exciting for me personally to be able to share some of my happiness with others, especially with children. They can be cute, smart, but annoying and loud at the same time.
Meet these three cute little girls who gave us their handwritten thank you notes with a heart-shaped origami at the end of our class. #TooSweet
And finally, last photo with Pak Andreas Diantoro and all the kids.
Thank you Microsoft and Sekolah Noah for this opportunity!
And thanks kids for having me as your teacher!
For More info about Sekolah Noah please check the link below: http://www.sekolahnoah.sch.id/
Officially graduated and ready to conquer the world.
Seems like it was only yesterday when I had countless sleepless nights, tons of cases to read, multiple research reports to submit, had my first experience of traveling alone for a Student Exchange Program in Malaysia, Student Ambassadors for ASEAN Project in Thailand, and even for an internship in Microsoft Singapore.
Things have definitely changed me a lot for the past 4 years, all for better and because of HIS Grace!
Cheers to all the people who were brave enough to risk it all and go out of their comfort zone to achieve success.
A huge thank you to my Dad and Mom for their support and hard-work, I won’t be here if it’s not because of you. To my friends for giving me the best yet craziest experience during my univ. life, and thank you Jesus for making all of this happened to me. #Binusian2015