Author: honebi

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Hi everyone! I was going to make a post on this blog announcing the publication of my book, but I totally forgot. Anyways, it was published by Comma Books and KPG Gramedia. It’s a collection of ten long essays about me and my life and my childhood. I tried to stay away from topics like romance, because let’s be honest: there are only so many ways to tell a love story. There are a lot […]

VIP Bitcoin Review: Ayuk, Investasi Cryptocurrency ♡

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Since everyone is asking me about VIP I figured I’d make a review about investing in cryptocurrency. For Indonesians, the best (and only) portal to use is VIP (bitcoin.co.id, sign up here). Out of all the investment options available in Indonesia, cryptocurrency is far and away my favorite. There are two types of investors who play in the crypto market: day traders and holders. Most of my friends are day traders, though I personally prefer […]

Don’t Read the Comments

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(Enjoy this selfie of me bc I didn’t know what else to put for the image on this post). Honestly, just don’t read the comments. I had the honor of being published by WorkingMother.com–I wrote a piece entitled “What a Teen Mom and College Dropout Wishes Other Working Moms Would Realize“. My goal in writing it was to uplift other young mothers and to reassure them that they’re doing a great job, no matter what […]

Koinworks Review: P2P Crowdlending

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Koinworks Halo semua! Today my review is going to be about Koinworks, a small-scale P2P lending service. Like most of these other investing platforms, Koinworks is monitored by OJK. How it works: A company or person asks for a loan from other people, who are the “peers”. You and I can invest and support the company in getting this loan–you may only want to invest Rp. 500.000, and that’s fine. The login screen is basically like […]

Vestifarm Review: Crowd-farming

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Howdy! After reading a daily chat thread in r/indonesia I discovered that there are a few options to Tanifund, which like we saw earlier is a farm investing program that combines your funds with farmers who need them. Here’s a Vestifarm review for y’all today. Most investment opportunities on this site are long-term and last for at least 2 years. However, there are also short-term investment opportunities that last 5 months. Minimum investment: Rp. 1.500.000 – […]

Tanifund Review: Bantu Petani indonesia

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Hello everyone! This is the second review in my mini-series about investment opportunities in Indonesia. I don’t know why I’m talking about investments on this blog, but I said I was going to be more honest and more open, so I guess this is just like… sharing what I’ve been interested in recently.  Tanifund Tanifund won a competition a few days or weeks ago for being a promising startup, and that’s actually how I heard […]

Holiday Gift Shopping

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I’m a little sad today, because one of my indie perfumes fell to the floor and the glass cracked! Now our bedroom smells wonderful, but my perfume is gone T^T The first issue that I’ve run into with these blogs: what do I do when I want to talk about the same thing on two different websites?! This was supposed to be a blog about my daily life, but I also want to share today’s […]

An influx of random indie perfume + investing plans ♡

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Okay, so some of you may know that I am a total perfume freak (or am slowly developing into one). I blame it on r/indiemakeupandmore over on Reddit. Anyways, here’s the deal. I keep buying stuff! One of my favorite brands right now is Poesie Perfumes, but I am a bit fond of Solstice Scents too. Granted, those are the only two perfumeries I’ve tried, but…hehehe. Let’s face it. No one wants to read blogs […]

Bareksa Review: Pengalaman Investasi Dengan Bareksa

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I’ve always wanted to invest in retirement and in good causes, and I’ve recently been obsessed with finding Indonesian services that help lenders and investors….well, make investments. I’ve been meaning to share this for a few weeks. I’ve decided to turn this into a mini-series about investment opportunities in Indonesia. Here’s my first one, a Bareksa review. Bareksa Bareksa is, I’m guessing, a portmanteau of “bareng” and “reksadana”, which is the Indonesian word for mutual […]