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Day 5: Gratefulness

At night before our last day, we prepare sembako (groceries); rice, cooking oil, domestic chicken egg, sugar, milk, instant noodle, biscuit snack, powdered detergent, toothpaste, soap, and shampoo. 459 more words


Day 4: Tolerance in Diversity

The night before, I’ve signup to help rumah kerang deliver food to elderly around the under poverty neighborhood. At 10.00 AM I’ve arrived in rumah kerang and I ask nun when the food will arrive. 425 more words


Day 3: Testing the Situation

The day starts with a good fried rice breakfast, cooked by Ibu Mutijah. I keep wondering, why she treat me like her own child? I was moved by her sweet gesture. 471 more words


Day 2: Everything Is Possible

I figure lots of my fellow finalists were hard to fall asleep, and me? I had a pretty good sleep in my family host. As per usual, I help Ibu Mutijah in lapak (the peeling place) peeling them kijing good. 434 more words


Day 1: A Learning Involvement

Unlike my typical beauty and fashion logs, this post is a little bit diverse. I’m going to talk on the subject of my new found experiences. 483 more words


PENDIDIKAN VICTORY PLUS: Praktik Langsung di Lapangan

Siswi SMA Victory Plus Bekasi didampingi Kepala Sekolah Hendriadi Yasir, mengikuti aktivitas warga setempat memanen tanaman Lamtoro atau Petai Cina. – JIBI/Uli Febriarni

Bisnis.com, KULON PROGO – SMA Victory Plus Bekasi sejauh ini memiliki pandangan bahwa pembelajaran yang terbaik adalah ketika siswa melihat, merasakan, dan melakukan banyak hal dengan sendirinya. 165 more words

Honest period article because I never found anything as related as this one.

Periods are one of the most underrated topics ever. It’s “that time of the month.”, “It sucks.” , “It hurts” etc. are only what we read everywhere. 747 more words