Japanese Small-Home Hacks

Few weeks ago I posted virtual tour of my home in IG stories by featuring the tricks we apply to outsmart the tiny spaces around house. It turned out some followers gave their positive responses and wanted me to tell more. Well, to be honest I actually just got inspired and recreated the ideas by others.


Organizing plates, cups, and cooking ingredients with 100-yen shop storage containers


Increasing space on top of the fridge by installing small rack


Storing not-in-season clothes in the vacuum plastics

Not all yet. More to come..


Hallo, German!

Checked in another leading country in the world, my first European experience ever, and quickly firmed up that Japan is still no. 1 we can expect for convenience.. and might be also for all perfection in life only if they’re religious and not workaholic 😄😄😄. Alhamdulillah..
#ea5512 #europetrip #whenhubbytakesyouonabusinesstrip


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Good Bye, Farmington!

Goodbye, Farmington! Thanks for being a wonderful living place ❤️

One day left tomorrow before flying and we’ll spend it in Musa’s hometown. Sorry for those whom we can’t make to meet yet. You know, moving house with active toddler (who destroyed everything you arranged) and workaholic man (who wanted to work in office up to the last day) is not easy deal. Hahaha.

#lastmomentsinUSA #ea5512

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on September 29, 2016 at 11:19PM

Musa and His Toys (14 months)

#ea5512 As a boy, Musa doesn’t have any single toy car.. The only things-that-go he has are these two cute guys and a new train toy to ride. He’s happy enough 😄

Sebagai seorang anak laki-laki, Musa (14 bulan) belum punya satu pun mobil-mobilan.. tapi ngomongin soal sesuatu yang bisa jalan, doi punya dua temen lucu ini dan sebuah kereta-keretaan baru buat dinaiki. Itu aja udah bikin doi bahagia plus bisa seseruan main tabrak-tabrakan 😄 Continue reading