I haven’t been posting this topic for the last couple of years. Surely there were few changes on my Traveling Gears as I usually tried to get things handed to family or donated when I don’t feel happy to use it again. I have been fortunate to have an opportunity to work from home for two years, and these following products are used daily nowadays.Continue reading “Traveling Gears 2021 (WFH edition)”
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My Traveling Gear 2019
This post is more likely my brief review of the traveling and surely daily stuff I loved for 2019. I do not think many things changes since I still have most of stuff from 2017 and 2018. However, I add my daily skin care products that I have used since end of 2017.Continue reading “My Traveling Gear 2019”
Conservation Job Vs Traveling
Working in a consulting company focused on conservation and sustainability issues, I spent half of my time traveling to one to another city or country. Throughout these years, for me traveling alone (work or pleasure) is somewhat practical and sometimes even cheaper by taking flight compare taking other transportation mode.
For me, reading is part of my meditation.
A way to disconnect myself from outer world.
A busy world, a busy commuter line, a busy road, a busy traffic jam, a busy digital world.Continue reading “On Reading”
Make you days count everyday
We all want to do so much: take on every request that people email us, complete our neverending list of tasks and projects, help everyone, travel everywhere, learn a ton of new skills, read every book and watch every good film, be the perfect partner and parent and friend …
And yet, we can’t possibly do it all.
There isn’t enough time in the day, nor do we have the attention bandwidth to devote to everything. Even if we were perfectly disciplined, we couldn’t possibly get to even half of what we want to do. Just as with eating, where our eyes are bigger than our stomachs … our hopes are bigger than our actual bandwidths.
So I say, give up on trying to do it all. Simplify. Don’t try to be perfect. Don’t try to have the most perfect life you can create.
Instead, make your days count.
Leo Babauta – Zenhabits
How Many Camera You Need in Life?
I am embraced the concept of minimalism so the answer would be only one. Eventhough during my field work it would be tons of hassle with all my field gadgets but my Fujifilm X10 never let me down. I have rethinking to have my second generation camera but for now I would stay a while with my camera for the last 3 years. Continue reading “How Many Camera You Need in Life?”