My heart breaks every time I hear someone—family member from close friends or relatives, mostly, or someone I know, or someone else—is clinically diagnosed with cancer, especially breast cancer. When I say my heart breaks, my heart cries. From the stories I have been told, breast cancer grows and spreads quickly within months, or even weeks. From the very deepest of me, I encourage you, my readers, to educate yourself more about the early detection and going beyond it. Cancer could turn your life upside down, let’s prevent life-full-of-hard-struggle earlier.
In the past two months, I spend a lot of my weeks travelling back and forth. From Singapore, Jogjakarta, and Singapore again. Two weeks, four days, and another ten days. Yes I have enough travelling and playing around. I feel so full of guilt by neglecting my own career as a makeup artist. Like, really guilty. Everyone’s improving and I am still here standing at the same point. Even I have to decline an invitation of 10-day travel in Japan this November. Firstly, I still want to settle down here. Secondly, please don’t laugh, I can’t stand the winter cold.