7 – Day 1 – the upward curve that everyone loves
Day 1 – List 10 things that make you really happy
You know how much of a music geek I am. And as frustrating as it sounds, I can never settle on a specific “favourite” genre. I’ll most likely listen to anything, and it’s always as simple as I like it or I don’t. And isn’t it always such a happy moment when you discover something that you never knew you’d like?
Maybe the kiasu-ness has rubbed off on me fully on this part, but come on. Bookstores in Indonesia tend to get a bit much when it comes to book pricing. And I need to make sure I get a proper bang for my buck.
..I know, maybe you’re thinking how does this fare way this high on this list. I don’t know, I just find I work way more efficiently and effectively when my working space just.. smells nice. Less anxiety, more focus.
I don’t sleep as much as I need to. The oldest story there is on the face of this earth. Hence, this part. But somehow, nowadays I just find that coffee doesn’t just revive me, it makes me happy. However, as much as I try not to be picky about choices, just make sure whatever it is, it ain’t one of those frappuccino nonsense.
I might sound a bit bitter, but people are just not that thankful anymore. People taking things for granted just bug the hell out of me. I’m not saying I’m a good example or whatever, but I always try to thank people for everything they do. At work, in Uber rides, to people holding the door, everything. In all seriousness though, doesn’t it give you that tiny warm tingle when someone thanks you for something?
Again, a habitual thing. And if anything, Singapore made it a big one. Before I moved to Singapore, it used to be just a stroll around the block. Enter Singapore, a quick lap around the Eco-park at Botanic Gardens. Then, a whole lap around the Gardens itself. It ended up being treks between Bukit Timah and Holland V or College Green to Dhoby Ghaut. Shame I can’t enjoy it as much now, due to my heart condition and the fact that Jakarta is just not that safe for pedestrians. But hey, treadmill with the iPod running, and I’m still good 🙂
I don’t go to a lot of gigs, I’m nearly too selective to call myself a “gig-goer”. Blame this on my height. But whatever I choose to go to, I always make sure I get the best of it. Prime spot, bestest partners to enjoy the moment with, and all that. ..Well, maybe that one mistake I made was seeing Robin Thicke live, from all the way in the tribune spot. On my own. I don’t even know why I thought that was a good idea.
Bear with me here. I know I’m being too specific here, but I swear there’s no such thing as a bad apple pie for me. Any, and I mean any, apple pie will surely bring a smile to my face. So if any of you reading this is planning to bribe me or something, you know what to get me.
TV series marathons
When I find some TV series that I like, rest assured that I will spend all day and all night watching it. Quite a shame that there are less and less interesting TV series these days, but I suppose that gives me a legit reason to function like a normal human being in the meantime. And in case you were wondering what is the last series I really enjoyed, try A Very Secret Service / Au Service de la France. I’m absolutely dead without the subtitles, but I’m anxiously waiting for Season 2 now!
Ahhh, yes. After all the humdrum of working life and (sometimes) a busy weekend, I just need to shut myself out of everything to re-set my whole self and completely feel refreshed. And happy, of course. Never a problem where or when, any time the need hits, I just go right there and then. Well, it’s either that or I turn into a tantrum-y antisocial bitch, so just go along with me on this one.
Oh look, we might be off to a good start, this 🙂