As you can see in the title, I finally got to my 100th post in my blog! (Yay!)

I really want to say thank you for each and any of you who read this post, these words, meaning that I still write something worth for you guys to take some time and read this. So yes, thank you, thank you, and thank you! 

Okay, September 2018. What happened. Yes, a lot of things happened in September; moving in with the husband, starting my brand new job as senior campaign associate, busy Tersirat jobs - in case you didn't know, this is my photography & videography project -, and so much more. 

Moving in with my husband
Let me break it down to you, it's a lot harder than I think! We got to discuss on so many things; what to eat, who cleans the room, what to buy, etc. Even until simple thing like doing laundry and washing the dishes, we do it together and the hard thing is to make time for it. As you know, we both work a full-time job 9 to 5 and in the evening we kinda just crashed because we're tired. Despite the hustles, it is a lot of fun to finally live together with your loved one. I feel like nothing to worry, I feel like there's so many fun moments just chillin in the couch and watching youtube or movies. Just livin life. 

Starting a new job
The question is: again? Yes. I switched job from e-commerce & marketplace to working in a fashion brand. As a fashion enthusiast, it always triggers me to seek for more & learn for more. And it is such an honour for me to finally scored a job at one of the most popular fashion brand in Indonesia. I get to learn a lot about how they work, how they approach the market, and how they set their goal. It is exciting! 

Tersirat jobs
I am so happy that now my mini project is getting busier and busier! We started this business because one of my friend really likes our instagram feed & our youtube videos. She reached out to me and asked me if we wanted to take photo & video on her engagement, since then, we started thinking to start the business right away. And after few months, people started to notice us and we scored some jobs time by time. So I am really grateful to be doing what I love to do and make something out of it.(If you read this and you need a photographer/videographer, you know where to call!)

There's a lot more happened in September, but this post won't do the justice. So let me keep it and will share it to you sometimes in the future. See you in my 101th post next week, loves! 

♥ K



So if you follow me on the gram, you should've known that I went to Bali last August for my honeymoon. And what's the better place to have a peaceful stay beside Ubud? So we planned our Bali days mostly around Ubud and we chose to stay in Airbnb in Ubud.

The thing that I always love about Ubud is its peacefulness, and its pureness of the people. The vibe is just different from anywhere else in Bali. It's the perfect side of Bali to relax and just enjoy the fresh air. Ubud is my favorite part of Bali, period. Canggu & Seminyak might always have new cafe & new places to hang out, but the authenticity of Ubud that keeps me coming back.

Sunset at Campuhan

This time, I visited few local resto with super tasteful choices of food. I will share some of the places that I personally would love to recommend to you. We arrived in Ubud on Monday and we went straight to have some lunch in WMJ (Warung Mak Juwel), and oh. my. God! It is the most delicious Nasi Campur Bali that I've ever tasted. Try it by yourself, thank me later. It is that good! The place is quite hidden and its a bit hard if you go there by car. But its worth the flavor! We even went there twice in only 3 days. But sadly we forgot to take any photo there, but trust me, it is that worth it!

The Sayan House ; a place to chill

Sunset at The Sayan House

The second favorite place that we've tried around Ubud is The Sayan House. It's best to come here around 4PM before the place got crowded. It's a nice place to have some drink and snacks while chillin' and waiting for sunset. The price is also not super expensive, compared to the view & vibes that you get. I'll definitely come back.

Vintage & Rustic Kebun Bistro

Next one, I recommend you to try some food in Kebun Bistro around Jl. Hanoman. The place is pretty spacious and the vibe is chill & nice. The foods & the drinks are delicious and the portion is pretty big, compared to the price that's not really expensive.

Breakfast at Seniman Coffee Studio

The last one that I'd like to recommend to you is Seniman Coffee Studio around Jl. Sriwedari. It is definitely a nice place to have a coffee while reading a book or just chillin with your loved one. We had breakfast there and it was beyond my expectation! The coffee is just creamy as the way I like it, and they are selling good pastry too!

Sunset Walk at Campuhan Ridge

Catching Morning Dew in Tegalalang

Besides chillin' in our Airbnb and exploring Ubud culinary places, we also went on some hikes to pretty places around Ubud. We went to Campuhan Ridge Walk and also Tegalalang Rice Terrace. I think the best time to visit this place is either super-early in the morning, or in the afternoon right before sunset. You need to hike a little but you'll make it, and the view is worth it! A little tips from me, don't forget to bring some water, and wear comfy shoes.

You got my heart, Ubud. 'Till I see you next time.

♥ K
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