if one day one of us have a family of our own (read: new babies) i beg you, please don't post every single picture of them every damn day on any social networking media. it's just annoying. i understand if you want to share with the world of your new baby, one or two picts a month is okay (the baby will look slightly different within months i'm sure, but not ever day! 

i don't need (we all don't need) to get a preview of every inch of your little ones taken from all different angles when all the baby did was just "stare blankly at the camera" and the only 'spot the difference' was the clothing only. 

it's your first baby, or second, or third, i don't care. i'm sure when i become parent i will also do that for keep sakes, but i think it makes sense if you keep it private in your own file in your own PC. or print it out and make some albums, make a scrap book for your baby, that's more useful and meaningful for your babies when they grow up--seriously, instead of "look at mommy's facebook dear.. it got lots of your baby pictures", i'd rather have "here's a scrap book i made of you after you were born, keep it". 

so, to sum up: go ahead and share your baby picture to the world. just not every damn day. with the same stare. (it's almost like when all of the popular girls took picture with different backgrounds but same facial expression, and you made fun of it with your friends because it looked photoshopped. well, that's exactly how your baby looks like.)

dear brain,

do you really have to repeat that thoughts over and over again every time i took a peek on someone else's life. for the sake of my sanity, please, chill! motivation is what i need, not self-loath so if you please, let's just team up, would you?

PS: anytime you feel like you've lost your mind, just watch this and remember that you are a very sane person stuck in a bad place (compared to this lunatic).



there're two things that always occur whenever i browse any design blogs. and that emotion always come together. they're like twin sisters that can never be separated.
first one is, "oh my god!! that's awesome! that's cute and very inspiring." 
second one "what have i done to do that kind of thing? nothing. oh, shit. should i be a designer?" 

o' lord.. midlife crisis.. midlife crisis everywhere.


home, jet lag and fasting month

it's always good to be back home and surrounds by familiar faces.

Europe was either very hot (40 degrees) or very cold and rainy all day long. a great combination for a fever and flu to came along. so i struggled a bit to get a seat on a plane back home, but here i am in the end and soooo happy that i don't have to spend 20 hours of fasting in someone else's country. all stories later when my soul has all return..