Friday, August 7, 2015

Feminine, with an edge.

I used to doubt my friends when they say at times they forget their age, not till it happens to me. I was driving and thinking about how to celebrate my birthday (which I can't believe is happening next month! ), when there's a moment of hesitation – I started to wonder how old am I now.

Unbelievably, I'm turning 23 soon.

I've seen myself changing each and every year. You can tell by looking at my Instagram or Facebook. My style has been changing too! It's funny now when I look at interview questions, asking what is my current style. I really couldn’t tell. I used to think I’m pretty boyish, but I've been opting for more feminine items recently. I guess this is my kind of style now, edgy with a touch of feminine.

Here, let me show you what I mean. Rather than the usual rugged G-SHOCK or Baby-G, I’m going with a more lady-like watch that gives me a personal touch of style.

Did I mention my recent fav color is white? 

Love how the white leather strap of my watch brings out the contras of my total look.

Clean & comfy look.

I'm wearing Casio Sheen SHE-3035L-7A

Silver tone accessories are my fav!

Who says you have to wear a gown or fancy dresses to pair with a feminine watch! I know it’s a bold outfit but look at it this way… it’s something different! There really is no rule in fashion; you just have to think out of the box. Make sure you always have a personal style to stand out with. xx

Wednesday, July 8, 2015


Something so easy yet so many people hesitate about making a change. We are human, we think a lot before making a change. What hold us back is the troublesome we have in our thoughts. But what if, making a change really makes your life better? Sometimes good things never happen to us cuz we are too lazy to make a change. Or our scary thoughts just ruin everything.

Ever heard of Mobile Network Portability (MNP) ? it enables telco users to retain their current numbers when changing from one telco network to another. People are reluctant to switch over because they generally believe that it’s troublesome to switch from one telco to the next.

Here's a few “troubles” we think we will face :
  1. Prepaid users cannot switch to other telcos
  2. Once you switch to another telco, your current number and your line will be inactive for days, which interrupts communication
  3. Your whole family (supplementary lines) cannot switch

The most common one “myth” is that your line would be deactivated for days when you switch telco. Like what is being depicted in this video below:

It does sound as crazy as believing in your partner will be flawed when you don’t finish your rice, right? While the worries are understandable; sometimes, these unsourced myth is actually stopping us from actually changing to our preferred telco that would ultimately saves us from more trouble and woes.

With U Mobile, switching is made easy in 4 steps:
1)      Choose a plan (pre/post)
2)      Settle outstanding bills with current telco
3)      Visit U Mobile (at the store/online)
4)      Keep your line – don’t need to cancel your current line. Just switch SIM cards to your new U Mobile SIM once the old SIM is out of service.

Interesting in finding out other common myths? Check out the other videos via Umobile’s Youtube channel!

Now that all your worries are solved and air is cleared with all the uncertainties surrounding changing telco line – why not give Umobile a try? You could very well end up in some really good deal =)

Head over to Umobile’s official website for more information.

Saturday, July 4, 2015


Bali is love. 

Every year around June-July, my family will organize a family trip to places and this year, Daddy decided to bring us to Bali! YAY! It's our first time to Bali and tbh 4 days is not enough. It's a pretty free & easy trip as my parents don't really like doing touristy stuff so we didn't make it to any temple in this trip. Heard that there's a lot of bad experiences with the locals who con tourists by selling "tour packages" / tour guide service that pretty much ruined their Bali trip. So yea, always do your homework before going to places. 

We stayed at The Stones Hotel at Legian beach. I don't really recommend that area cuz I think this area is more like a "city" to Bali, a lil too commercialized. I personally like Seminyak area, it's more hip and the place is surround with so many cool cafes & restaurant ( which I didn't get to explore cuz my place to Seminyak is a bout 30 minutes and it's crazy jam ). I'll prolly stay that area the next time! Anyway, I had a great time with my family.

I actually made a playlist for my Bali trip!

You can follow me @janechuck on Spotify to listen my playlists. 

Potato Head Bali Beach Club
 Jl. Petitenget No.51B, Seminyak, Kuta, Badung, Bali 83061, Indonesia
-- MUST GO PLACE IN BALI. Can literally spend the whole day there. MUST TRY THEIR PORK RIBS crazy yumms! Go early if you want a nice cabana seat as it's first come first serve basis. We only got the tables :( 

Rock Bar Bali
Jl. Karang Mas Sejahtera, Ayana Resort, AYANA Resort and Spa Bali, Jimbaran, Bali 80364, Indonesia
-- Sunset place. We went there early but we decided to have dinner in another restaurant at Ayana so we only went down to rock bar when it's night time already. Nothing much to see at night :(

( can't believe I only have two place to recommend for this trip lol. )