5 Types of Online Taxi Driver That You Possibly Encounter


The Regular One

They are there just for doing their job. They don’t want to have deep conversation and they don’t want to know your personal information. The way they talk makes you believe that nothing wrong can happen with this driver. They usually want to take the most effective route so that they won’t waste their time and fuel. They are focused on their driving. At the end of the trip, they never forget to casually tell you, “Hey please give me 5 star ratings if you don’t mind 🙂 “ 

The Trust-Worthy One

This driver would pick you up in the right location without even calling you! This is a good start. Then, he would say greetings to you and make sure that you are the same person like the one that appears in his application. He would take you to your destination without your navigation guidance: they know what they’re doing. He rarely talks first unless you ask them some things. Most of the times, he would turn on the radio or play some nice music so you don’t feel so bored. You can let yourself fall asleep in his car because you feel safe.

The Chatty One

He is every introvert’s nightmare. The second you go inside his car, he would greet you with a nice smile. He seems very happy just to see you. He would probably ask basic ice-breaking questions, like how you’re doing, how long you’ve been living in that neighborhood, and if you’re still in school or already a working person. When you start checking your mobile phone or picking up your book, he would ask brightly, “Hi, it’s okay to have conversation right? I usually do this whenever I’m driving. It’s really nice to have friendly conversation to customers.” If you love to talk as well, then it’s fine. However, if you’re an introvert like me then, you would probably scream internally, “Can we just not talk?” Because you’re a good person, you would smile instead, and go along with the conversation. By the end of the trip, you won’t feel so bad after all because you would learn a lot about this driver; most likely about his career background, his family, and useful information about online taxi system that can benefit you. One time a chatty driver told me that every driver has to give ratings to their customer. The higher rating that a customer get, the easier for him or her to get special promotion. That’s one of the reason of why you should always be nice to a driver: don’t make them wait too long, be polite, and don’t leave trash in their car! 

The Over-Sharing One

The beginning of your trip would be similar like the one that you’ve had with the chatty driver. However, in the middle of your journey, you start to feel uncomfortable and wish that you can be at your destination faster. Why? Because he starts to talk about things that you don’t wish to know, like how he once took a drunk-female-customer with revealing clothes or how he broke up with his ex-girlfriend, especially when he mentioned that you look like her. Also, he starts to ask you few questions that you don’t feel like answering; questions about your faith, ethnicity, or political views. Seriously, if I could get one dollar for every time a driver asks me what is your religion I would be so rich by now. Even worse, he could criticize your life choices only after twelve minutes knowing you as a person. I once had a driver who was telling me, “Why are you working as a teacher? Aren’t you ashamed of your decision? Then why did you even study in university?”

The Creepy One

This is everybody’s nightmare. At first you couldn’t sense anything negative. Yes, he asks you many personal questions, but hey he looks so smiling and friendly all the time. Yes, he looks at you more than it feels necessary while talking from the central mirror, but his driving’s perfect. The trip ends and you’re safe in your own home. But then the next day you realize something’s wrong with this guy when you get flirty texts from him. FYI, by doing so, they’ve broken the company’s code of conduct, because a driver is not allowed to contact their customer personally once the trip ends. And, NEVER accept their offer to give you “free-rides” or “voluntary-rides” (just because they are close to where you are right now) without using the legal apps. I once had horrible experience in which I had to unlock the car on my own and ran away because the driver had bad intention to me.

Just for precautions, these are the customer support contacts of major online transportation company in Indonesia:

Go-jek  021-50251110

Uber https://help.uber.com/


Grab https://www.grab.com/id/help/

021 80648777


Inspiring “Pay-It-Forward” Ideas

It was just a few days after I posted an article about kindness in which the idea came from my disappointment about justice system in my country, Indonesia. Talking about that alone surely can take over my entire day and require endless words; so I will try to summarize it into one sentence: Our beloved former governor of DKI Jakarta, Mr. Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok) was sentenced to 2-years-in-prison for an accused blasphemy case against Islam despite all of his hard-work and sacrifices while serving people in Jakarta (including creating numerous programs like building mosques and sending people who worked for mosque to go to Makkah – which actually supported Moslem). He’s known to be a double-minority (a Christian, and comes from Chinese family) – which led to a very depressing fact: that no matter how honest and hard-working you are as a person, with a passion to deliver best service to society around you, you are never good enough in Indonesia if: 1) you have different religion than the majority of the people and 2) you are not pribumi – the term that some bigots use to identify “pure Indonesian”.

Right about when I was trying to move on from this heart-breaking truth, I heard the news about suicide bomb attack in Ariana Grande concert venue in Manchester, England, which killed more than 20 young people


When I was writing this piece, suddenly there was another terror attack in my capital city, Jakarta. The world is just getting crazier and crazier each day.

Therefore, I’d like to write more about compassion – to show the world that good people are still exist!

Here I cover fringe, miraculous “pay-it-forward” ideas that have been implemented by some companies and organizations to make this world a better place.

In case you don’t know, the phrase “pay-it-forward” was first introduced by a Greek dramatist, Menander, in his comedy work called Dyskolos in 317 BC.  I personally recognized this terminology from one American drama-romance movie which was released in 2000 with the title “Pay It Forward”. The movie was about a young elementary school student who was assigned a school project: performing actions that contribute positively to the society. Then, he came up with an idea called “pay-it-forward” – doing a favor for three random people, and telling them to do the same to other three strangers.

Rosa’s Fresh Pizza


With the motto “The Freshest Slice in Philly”, Rosa’s Fresh Pizza established a program for customers to pre-purchase a slice of pizza for $1. Those slices are served for free to homeless people every day at 11 p.m. In return, the customers who donate will get a piece of sticky note and they can write something nice for those people without shelters. The noble idea itself came from one customer who asked the owner of the restaurant, if it’s possible to buy pizzas for those in needs. Till now, this pizza store which located in Philadelphia, USA has delivered more than ten thousands slices of fresh pizza and successfully made homeless people feel loved. Even more than that, there are heart-touching stories from the regular homeless customers who are no longer showing up because they’re already working!

The Street Store


Homelessness is inevitable; it’s everywhere. Especially in countries with huge gap between the rich and the poor, we can practically see those without homes while we are walking towards school or running errands. Just because it is common to see them, it doesn’t mean that it’s okay to do nothing about this. The Street Store, which originally created in Cape Town, South Africa, was designed to bridge the economical gap. Their mission statement is as simple as their slogan “hang up, help out”: to make it easier to donate and more dignified to receive. The  Haven Night Shelter – a non-profit organization focused on homelessness in South Africa – was the initiator of this project. The Street Store provides interesting posters that you can hang in the corner of the street, spreading the news and informing people to donate clothes, shoes, and accessories that they no longer want to wear. After that, the homeless people can help themselves by choosing what they want to keep for free. What’s really cool about this project is: everybody in this world can host their own “The Street Store” program in the city they live in just by going to their website. They will send you all necessary files (posters, guidebook, presentation), and soon after you have a permit from the authorities, you can set up your own pop-up store. The first Street Store took place in 2014, and since then, more than 450 stores has been hosted globally, for example in Brussel, Mumbai, Auckland, and Georgia.



Since the beginning of its operations, Toms Shoes (abbreviation from Tomorrow Shoes) has been inspired by social awareness. Blake Mycoskie, the founder of this company, produced canvas shoes after seeing alpargatas – traditional shoes with simple design that worn by Argentine farmers in 2006. He also recognized the fact that there were so many poor children in Argentine who couldn’t afford to buy shoes. At that time, there was help from social organization. However, the number of shoes was totally unstable, relying fully on donations, and there were mismatches between the donations and the recipient’s feet size. Therefore, Mycoskie wanted to do something more. He came up with “shoes for tomorrow project”. For each pair of shoes that are sold to customers, TOMS would give another pair to children in needs. In 2011, this American company expanded its product to glasses, with the same “one-for-one” concept. Now, we can purchase shoes, eyewear, coffee, and bags from TOMS and the gift of shoes, sight, water, safe birth, and kindness are going to be delivered to people in need. TOMS has reached more than 70 million people across six continents.

Ellen DeGeneres: Promoting Kindness through Her Show


I have been watching The Ellen DeGeneres Show probably since 2013 and that show has never failed in making me laugh. The real main talent behind this show is the host itself, Ellen DeGeneres.

In The Ellen DeGeneres Show, you can mainly watch how Ellen invites numerous names of public figures to sit down and have a great time talking to her and to the live audience. Not only celebrities, she also loves to invite regular people with particular talent (from 3 year old kid who can memorize and explain everything which are included in a periodic table, 6 year old kid who masters the geography of the world, or adorable girl who sings together with her father) and people who happened to be famous even without talent but somehow went viral (this cute guy called Alex who worked at Target). There are also varieties of games, Ellen’s funny monologue, giveaways, and many other segments in that 1 hour long show.

However, it is not an instant success. In 2001, she was trying to create a television sitcom starring herself and other characters under the name The Ellen Show, but it resulted in poor ratings, so it was no longer played after 13 episodes. Ellen revealed it was mainly because she decided to come out as gay through her character in that series, Ellen Richmond.  It was a difficult time for her career-wise; she was completely turned down from the entertainment industry for 3 years.

In 2003 she finally got an offer to run a talk show – which became a huge success till now. The Ellen DeGeneres Show has obtained several “Emmy Awards” in categories such as “Outstanding Talk Show”, and “Outstanding Talk Show Host”. During the period 2004 to 2014, Ellen has won 25 Emmy Awards. Ellen was also included in the list made by Forbes, 50 most powerful women in the world, in 2015. Winning 20 People’s Choice Award was also one of her achievement that nobody else could compete with.  Honestly, I’ve never seen any other person who is so comfortable and so happy doing their job. She’s completely herself in that show.

It is so difficult to find a celebrity that can be a good role-model, but Ellen is different. I really love how she consistently applies her mantra “being kind to one another” in her daily show. By applying, it doesn’t mean only by saying that quote in the end of her show. It means practicing what she says in random act of kindness. Anyway, it is so smart and nice of her to use her talk show, an established platform, to show to millions viewers out there that it’s possible to make this world a better place. She can easily reach people that might need her help. She can invite them to talk on the show and give nice things to them. And at the same times, two things are done: 1) doing good things to other people and 2) increase even more ratings to her show which enable her to do even greater things to more people.

She often makes other people’s dream come true –  such as meeting their favorite singer or delivering their skills in national television so that other people can know them better. One time she rewarded ten-thousand dollars to a 19 year old teenager who donated his bone marrow to a complete stranger. Other time she helped an English-teacher to sell her school project through Ellen’s website and paid off her student debts with the help of sponsored bank! What Ellen and all these amazing people do also reminds me that you do not need to be so wealthy to help people – in one episode, she had a talk with a waitress who decided to give a free lunch to two customers who complained about their decreasing wages. The story went viral and, as it turned out, in The Ellen deGeneres Show, she paid back what the waitress has done by giving her ten-thousand-dollars.

Watching her show makes me realize of so many good things that happen in this world and there are still so many people with big heart who are willing to help others. Especially in this recent time, there are a huge amount of negativity spreading in my country, watching her show – even just for a tiny bit of it – can make my day better.

Ellen’s powerful message of kindness is now become a reason for viewers to watch her show. And I do hope it will inspire us to do the same.

“We need to remember that we are more similar than we are different. We all want the same thing; love, acceptance, and kindness.” – Ellen deGeneres

5 Young Entrepreneurs on Things They Wish They Had Done Differently in the Earlier Stage


Creating a start-up is not easy. Successful start-up entrepreneurs might make it look easy, but it really is not. There is no definite formula on how to make your start-up successful, which is why entrepreneurship is so challenging. However, one can learn from either their own or others’ experience.

Here are the confessions of young entrepreneurs on developing their start-up:

“I developed the idea together with some of my friends. Up until now, we have been doing things together, including the production and selling process. If I had known better, I would have been more detailed in terms of ownership rights. For instance, in profit-sharing. It’s also important to discuss the what if-s. For example, what if one of us quits. It’s important to make sure everyone knows what’s to come. I personally didn’t expect that at the end of the day, our motivation and attitude towards the business process are strongly tied to what we earn. The higher our return, the more motivated we get.” – Fiona, 22

“I didn’t know that digital marketing would be so vital to the success of my company. To be honest, I didn’t care so much about it at the earlier stage. My restaurant has been running for 2 years now, and I still haven’t explored digital marketing to promote my business. I observe how the majority of my competitors have good social media management. If I had actively worked on the whole digital marketing thing, probably I would have gained more from online media. Now, I have come to realize that digital marketing has such high impact with almost zero budget – they offer almost everything for free!” – Andrew, 24

“I wish I hadn’t impulsively set a promotion strategy for my product. I once put a big discount for my product, which was a waffle with different sets of toppings.  I lost almost half of the daily customers when I set the price back to normal. I didn’t account for how sensitive my customers were to the changing price. I learn that the effectiveness of promotion tactics really depend on what you sell and what industry you are in. Just because it works in other brands, doesn’t mean it would work for yours.” – Ivan, 23

“I thought I could juggle everything at the same time. So, I interned in one company while developing my start-up in apparel industry. I was wrong. I was exhausted all the time. There were a lot of things to do. I didn’t have enough time to do everything. As predicted, the start-up didn’t bring as much growth because I simply didn’t have the energy to make it happen. I think, when you want to do something extraordinary, you just have to focus on one thing.” –Nick, 22

“Being flexible is not my strength. One little change can stress me out. I used to decide everything from my point of view, not the customer’s. I wish I could be more flexible and not so stressed about change. For example, I had to reduce the price of my products, because it wasn’t reasonable charging higher price after considering our location. It was such a devastating moment for me because I have planned to set a higher price. I took a long time for me to decide what to do. If I could do things differently, I would have just shut up and reduced the price. That way, I would have scored more customers and saved more time.” –Kate, 22

So, dear fellow entrepreneurs, what’s the one thing you wish you had done differently?

5 Beautiful Life Reminders from 5 Awesome Books

“One day spent with someone you love can change everything."
“One day spent with someone you love can change everything.”

1. Tentang betapa terbatasnya waktu yang kita miliki dan pentingnya menghabiskan waktu bersama orang-orang yang kita sayangi. Kurang-lebih itu deh inti yang ingin disampaikan Mitch Albom dalam karyanya yang berjudul For One More Day. Charles Benetto, lahir dan tumbuh besar di keluarga yang tidak utuh, sehingga mengharuskan ia untuk selalu memilih antara ibu atau ayahnya. Ketika mencoba bunuh diri karena depresi, ia mengalami rentetan flashback dan seolah-olah bertemu kembali dengan ibunya yang sudah tiada. Banyak banget adegan menyentuh yang menyadarkan pembacanya kalau kasih sayang orangtua bener-bener nggak ada batasnya. Malah, kita sebagai anak, yang sering take it for granted dan kurang berterimakasih gitu. Abis baca buku ini dijamin punya perasaan yang sama dengan tokoh utamanya: pengen jadi pribadi yang lebih baik dan menjalin  hubungan yang lebih baik lagi dengan orang-orang terdekat.

''The world is not a wish-granting factory.''
”The world is not a wish-granting factory.”

2. Pengingat bahwa hidup itu realistis – nggak semua yang kita mau bisa jadi kenyataan. Kisah tentang Hazel Grace, cewek remaja yang didiagnosa sakit kanker dan menjalani hidup yang nggak jauh-jauh dari support group, baca buku, dan mengkhawatirkan orangtuanya jika suatu saat sesuatu terjadi kepadanya. The Fault in Our Stars karya John Green ini nggak cuma bercerita soal itu, tetapi banyak pesan penting lainnya yang ingin dia masukkan ke buku ini, terutama melalui love story antara Hazel dengan Augustus Waters, penderita kanker lainnya yang Hazel temui di support group. Meski mereka udah ngabisin waktu bareng, punya banyak common interests, dan Augustus sampe merelakan wish-nya dipakai Hazel untuk ketemu author favoritnya di negara lain, ujung-ujungnya mereka nggak bisa bareng. FYI, buku ini nggak melulu soal kanker kok, kita bisa belajar banyak soal persahabatan, keberanian, pengorbanan, dan bagaimana caranya menghargai hidup lewat metafora-metafora yang indah.

"We all want everything to be okay. We don't even wish so much for fantastic or marvelous or outstanding. We will happily settle for okay, because most of the time, okay is enough."
“We all want everything to be okay. We don’t even wish so much for fantastic or marvelous or outstanding. We will happily settle for okay, because most of the time, okay is enough.”

3. Tentang pentingnya bersyukur dalam hidup. Ide cerita yang nggak biasa bisa kita temuin di Every Day karya David Levithan. Tokoh utamanya, namanya A. Iya, A, doang. Si A ini setiap hari lahir di tubuh orang yang berbeda-beda. Dia nggak punya identitas, nggak punya keluarga, nggak punya teman-teman yang pasti setiap harinya. Keadaan makin rumit ketika suatu hari dia ketemu cewek yang dia suka. Lewat perjalanan A, kita bisa ngeliat kalau kehidupan manusia banyak banget ragamnya. Dan nggak semuanya enak. Nggak semua orang hidupnya berkecukupan. Nggak semua orangtua sayang dan bisa ngurus anaknya dengan baik. Nggak semua orang yang pacaran sebetulnya seneng dan setia sama pacarnya. Banyak situasi dalam hidup yang bikin orang depresi.

Sedih banget ya,  nih apa katanya soal cewek yang dia suka: “I will never have a photograph of her to carry around in my pocket. I will never have a letter in her handwriting, or a scrap-book of everything we’ve done. I will never share an apartment with her in the city. I will never know if we are listening to the same song at the same time. We will not grow old together. I will not be the person she calls when she’s in trouble. She will not be the person I call when I have stories to tell. I will never be able to keep anything she’s given to me.”  

Tapi bukunya nggak sesedih ini kok, banyak humornya dan kata-kata yang bikin kita mikir.

“sometimes you don't need a goal in life, you don't need to know the big picture. you just need to know what you're going to do next!”
“Sometimes you don’t need a goal in life, you don’t need to know the big picture. you just need to know what you’re going to do next!”

4. Hidup kadang perlu dibawa santai. The Undomestic Goddess dari Sophie Kinsella menceritakan tentang Samantha Sweeting yang gila kerja sebagai pengacara. Ritme hidup yang serba cepat, tekanan yang tinggi dari kantor, dan kesibukan yang gila-gilaan sampai ia hampir nggak sempat merayakan ulangtahunnya sendiri. Sampai suatu saat, dia melakukan kesalahan fatal dan dia pun langsung dipecat dari perusahaan. Stres, galau, dan nggak tau mau ngapain, Samantha kabur ke desa kecil dan nggak sengaja nerima pekerjaan jadi pembantu rumah tangga. Buku ini ringan, lucu, gampang dimengerti, dan banyak pesan moralnya. Kadang terlalu banyak menge-set target, memaksa diri untuk bekerja keras, dan berpikir terlalu jauh ke depan nggak bagus juga. Kinsella mengingatkan kita untuk enjoy the little things in life.

5. Going Home karya Danielle Steel menyampaikan satu pesan: ”Every woman falls in love with a bastard at least once in her life”.  Period. Kata siapa buku yang bagus selalu punya karakter yang like-able? Di buku ini, tokoh utamanya, Gillian, tidak disukai oleh pembaca. Bisa dibilang dia bukan tipe cewek yang bisa jadi teladan deh. Karena dia gampang banget dimainin sama cowok, mau aja diperlakukan seenaknya, dan nggak bisa bersikap bijak dalam menentukan pilihan. Siap-siap geregetan waktu baca buku ini!

What’s on your list? 


Anak Kuliahan: Prediksi dan Kenyataan


Saya masih inget banget, waktu kelas 3 SMA, rasanya perasaan campur aduk banget di saat semua orang udah mulai milih jurusan dan juga universitas untuk mereka kuliah. Rasanya excited karena itu artinya saya bakalan masuk ke lingkungan yang baru, tapi juga nervous karena saya nggak tau pasti kayak gimana persisnya lingkungan yang baru itu. Perasaan yang paling dominan adalah, curious, pengen tau banget kuliah bakalan kayak gimana, apakah bener seseru yang digambarkan selama ini di film-film dan juga di novel-novel. Ternyata, setelah dijalani selama 4 tahun, kuliah itu beda banget dengan apa yang saya bayangkan sebelumnya.

Nih, contoh pengakuan mahasiswa-mahasiswi yang udah (atau sedikit lagi) jadi Sarjana!

“Kuliah itu bebas. Tapi ga berarti selamanya enak. Waktu SMA hidup gue lebih teratur dan jelas, habis pulang sekolah, ikut kursus, ngerjain PR, terus tidur. Ternyata waktu kuliah, waktunya memang lebih bebas, tapi nggak enak soalnya harus mikir sendiri gimana cara bagi waktunya. Yang ada malah pusing atur kegiatan dan ujung-ujungnya nggak banyak waktu kosong. Terus, tugasnya banyak. Boro-boro mau dugem, kalau ada waktu kosong lebih baik buat tidur. Terus gue dulu mikir kalau mahasiswa itu aktif ikut demo, tapi ternyata dari seluruh mahasiswa yang ada di fakultas gue, paling cuma 2 orang yang turun ke jalan. Dulu sih pengennya jadi aktivis gitu kayak Soe Hok Gie, tapi buat belajar ujian aja kadang nggak ada waktu, apalagi ikut-ikut demo.” –E, Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi, Universitas Padjajaran, angkatan 2011

“Gue ngebayangin gue bakal masuk ke dunia yang fun, dan dapat banyak teman-teman baik yang punya common interests sama gue. Nyatanya, gue sama sekali nggak nyambung sama teman-teman sekelas, dan cuma punya beberapa temen baik yang bisa dihitung pakai jari. Tapi serunya adalah ikut organisasi dan dapat banyak koneksi dari sana. Eh, tapi mungkin ekspektasi gue kali yang awalnya ketinggian, haha.” –N, Fakultas Manajemen Bisnis, Prasetiya Mulya Business School, angkatan 2011

“Dulu gue pikir, anak kuliah yang sukses itu adalah yang pergaulannya luas dan setiap weekend hang out ke tempat-tempat keren sama temen-temennya. Sekarang yang gue liat, nggak selamanya mahasiswa yang gaul itu masuk kategori sukses. Buat gue, mereka yang sukses adalah anak kuliahan yang bisa balance antara social life dan juga prestasi akademiknya. Terus, dulu gue pikir, gue harus masuk universitas bagus biar masa depan sukses. Nggak juga ya ternyata. Di kampus-kampus terbaik juga banyak yang bolos kuliah dan nggak lulus, dan banyak juga temen-temen gue dari kampus yang namanya biasa aja tetapi mereka luar biasa sukses baik secara akademik maupun sosial.” –K, Fakultas Teknik Industri, Universitas Indonesia, angkatan 2011

“Gue selalu kira kalau kuliah itu proses yang bakal bikin mahasiswanya siap untuk kerja kalau udah lulus. Tapi ternyata gue gak merasa 100% siap untuk kerja setelah lulus. Mungkin juga karena konstruksi emang bidang yang lebih butuh pengalaman praktik daripada hanya teori. Gue ngerasa kurang banyak praktik di dunia nyata.” –A, Fakultas Teknik Sipil, Universitas Parahyangan, angkatan 2011

“Sebelum gue kuliah gue kira dunia kuliah sama kayak SMA, di mana kita dinilai based on nilai. Tapi setelah ngalamin sendiri, kuliah itu proses pendewasaan banget sih. Nggak semuanya dinilai dari hasil akademik, tapi juga bagaimana kita kerja di dalam satu kelompok atau organisasi, cara berkomunikasi sama orang lain, dan soal tanggungjawab. Gue ngerasa banget sekarang kalau masa depan gue ada di tangan gue sendiri waktu kuliah. Kalau malas ya nggak lulus-lulus.”-A, Fakultas Hukum, Universitas Atma Jaya, angkatan 2011

“Gue mikirnya anak kuliahan itu super individualis, yang ngerjain apa-apanya sendiri dan nggak kayak waktu di SMA. Tapi ternyata enggak gitu juga, karena gue punya temen-temen yang saling mendukung gitu waktu kuliah.” –G, Fakultas Desain Interior, Universitas Bina Nusantara, angkatan 2011

Nggak selamanya yang kita bayangkan waktu SMA, bakalan kejadian waktu kuliah. Bisa jadi berbeda sekali, tapi juga bisa jadi ada benarnya. Ada banyak banget faktor yang bisa bikin satu pengalaman di satu universitas berbeda dengan universitas lainnya. Dan satu-satunya cara untuk bisa sepenuhnya paham gimana rasanya jadi anak kuliahan, ya dengan menjadi anak kuliah beneran.

So, buat yang masih SMA, curious boleh, harus malah, biar kamu nggak kaget waktu jadi mahasiswa baru. Tapi jangan terlalu banyak mikir juga, dijalanin aja, dan seiring berjalannya waktu, kamu akan tau sendiri bagaimana rasanya menjadi pribadi yang (hopefully) lebih dewasa semasa perkuliahan!