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Conquering the Blues: How to Handle Loneliness and Reconnect with the World

Bingkai Karya – Loneliness, that heavy ache in the heart, can creep in on us all. Whether it’s a temporary pang or a persistent feeling, it can be tough to navigate. But remember, you’re not alone in this. Many people experience loneliness, and the good news is, there are steps you can take to manage

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Japanese Rock Band RADWIMPS Announces “The Way You Yawn, and the Outcry of Peace” Asia Tour 2024

Bingkai Karya – Following a successful run of shows in various countries across Asia and Australia last year, Japanese rock band RADWIMPS has announced their return to Indonesia. They are set to bring their latest tour titled “The Way You Yawn, and the Outcry of Peace” to Jakarta on Sunday, May 19, 2024, at the

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Mea Shahira Drops Sultry New Single “Come ‘n Find Me”

Bingkai Karya – Indonesian R&B songstress Mea Shahira is back with her latest single, “Come ‘n Find Me,” a midtempo track that blends neo-R&B with elements of afrobeat, hip hop, reggaeton, and dancehall. The song, co-written by Mea Shahira, Ezra Kunze, and Fathan Maulana, is an anthem for young women who crave the thrill of

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Plant-Powered Joy: Does Going Vegan Lead to Happiness?

Bingkai Karya – Veganism is on the rise, driven by concerns about animal welfare, environmental impact, and personal health. But beyond these ethical and practical considerations, some studies suggest a link between veganism and increased happiness. While this connection isn’t absolute, exploring the potential for a happier existence through a plant-based lifestyle is valuable. Motivations

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Spruce Up Your Space: Bringing Life and Beauty with Decorative Plants

Bingkai Karya – Plants aren’t just for outdoor gardens anymore. In today’s modern living spaces, they’ve become a popular way to add a touch of nature, color, and vibrancy to any room. From lush greenery to vibrant blooms, incorporating decorative plants is an easy and effective way to elevate your home decor and boost your

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Dance Music Maverick Gryffin Unveils New Single ‘Last of Us’ Featuring Rita Ora

Bingkai Karya – Gryffin, the acclaimed dance music producer and DJ, has unveiled his new single “Last Of Us” featuring singer-songwriter Rita Ora. This marks the beginning of a new era for Gryffin, serving as the first track off his highly anticipated third studio album, Pulse, due later this year. “Last of Us” showcases Griffin’s

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Conquering the Clutches: How to Handle Bad Habits and Build Better Ones

Bingkai Karya – Bad habits: they lurk in the shadows, nibbling at our productivity, health, and happiness. But fear not, fellow warriors against unwanted routines! With the right strategies, we can turn those pesky patterns into positive pathways. Let’s delve into the world of habit hacking and explore how to handle bad habits: Step 1:

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Nurture Your Glow: Top Veggies for Radiant, Hydrated Skin

Bingkai Karya – Dry, flaky skin can drag down your confidence and leave you longing for a healthy, dewy complexion. While topical moisturizers play a crucial role, nourishing your skin from within is equally important. This is where vegetables, packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, become your secret weapon. Here’s a list of superstar veggies

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Asia Pacific Lags Far Behind in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: UN Report

Bingkai Karya – Asia Pacific stares at a sobering truth: achieving the lofty Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, as pledged by the world, seems like a distant dream. A recent UN report paints a grim picture, with the region projected to reach these goals a staggering 32 years later, in 2062. This alarming lag,

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