Cont;nue – One Year with a Black Dog

"A semicolon is used when an author could've chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life."  In less than 48 hours, I'll say goodbye to one of the hardest years I've been through in the 25 years of living my life. These past 12 … Continue reading Cont;nue – One Year with a Black Dog


How I Try to Cope with My Depression by Celebrating Small Wins

As I resort to celebrate the small wins in my daily life, I begin once again to find joy in the mundane. Afterall, waking up, taking shower, having breakfast, meeting a friend is a series of ordinary things that I don't think of celebrating before. But, it definitely helps to anchor me to the present, whereas before, I was stuck in the future planning of something grander that I forget, being able to live, breathe, surrounded by people who you love and who love you are something joyful.

There is a Light that Never Goes Out: On Quarter Life Crisis

Yes, I’ve failed but I’ve tried and I live with no regrets. I’ve always move forward and this time it’ll be no different.


Review Buku: Rafilus – Budi Darma.

Satu hal lain yang meyakinkan saya bahwa Rafilus adalah fiksi absurd adalah struktur penceritaannya. Sedikit berbeda dengan fiksi lain, fiksi absurd tidak mengikuti formula struktur tradisional yang memiliki ‘awal konflik, ‘titik klimaks’, dan ‘penyelesaian’.


Disconnect to Reconnect: Prologue & Day One

I was consciously aware of how the first thing I did by the time I woke up was checking on my phone - particularly Instagram - and spent waste ten to fifteen minutes scrolling aimlessly on Instagram, and, out of habit, and my pet peeves, click through a bunch of Instagram stories until I watched … Continue reading Disconnect to Reconnect: Prologue & Day One