N(ONE Exhibition at NLB

In May 2015, the Southeast Asian region bore witness to the largest humanitarian boat crisis since the Vietnam War, where thousands of Rohungya and Bengali migrants were adrift at the Andaman Sea after being abandoned by smugglers. While countries in the region failed to respond, a fishing community in Aceh, Indonesia, rescued these migrants. Together…

Female Empowerment Events Happening this Weekend!

Good morning, sweethearts! Seeking to get empowered & inspired, and don’t know what to do this weekend? I’ll be involved in several events and I’d love you to join me! Join #thecodetteproject at the Experience booth at *Scape on Saturday to learn more about coding and maybe even make your own emoji! (I’m going to…

When going make-upless becomes a brave act.

I received several heartfelt messages about my recent IG story about my make-up less face and I’d thought I’d use this opportunity to repeat this message.  ​​ Here’s the thing, it really is not always make-up and dresses. Most days I wake up, put on something decent (that doesn’t need ironing) and get out the…

If I could share with you(th)… 

I was invited to have a session with a group of youth recently, and it revolved around resilience (my fav topic of the moment), pain, optimism and challenging status quo.  When asked if there’s anything I truly wanted the youth to think about, I’d shared these three points, all of which I constantly share with…

Rainbows for Batam February 2017

It’s that time of the year when most of us are still trying to get into the rhythm of things and catch up with all that we say we’re going to catch up on. I’m still trying to keep up with posting on this blog (but if you’ve not followed me on instagram at @thetudungtraveller,…