She admits that juggling writing, traveling for business, and school hasn’t been easy but cites her ability to multitask and not procrastinate as what keeps her from being overwhelmed. Her ability to adapt and grow despite her challenging workload, makes her a true Maverick of Lyf!⠀
Showcasing a melancholic and serene side of Indonesia, Hengki Koentjoro’s photography implores viewers to slow down and take in the his country’s beautiful landscapes and cheery locals—now that’s what travelling lyf is about!⠀
Photo by @hengki_koentjoro_images⠀
Make your kitchen space more dynamic with hexagonal wall tiles! Not only are they a great vintage throwback without being too kitschy, the diagonal lines make for a more engaging wall while you whip up a storm in the kitchen!⠀
Photo by @annabode⠀
You’ve probably seen Scott Marsh’s graffiti murals while strolling down Sydney’s streets, with his eye-catching pieces adorning the city’s gentrified landscape. His clever use of space and colour adds to the city’s vibrancy—and it makes for great photos too!
Instead of giving up, she acknowledged the mistakes she and her team made, and started Wander, a group-messaging app for strangers to connect over common interests. It re-launched in March after pivoting from its original concept of connecting single travellers—listening to users’ desire to use it even if they weren’t single. ⠀
@Wanderchats relaunch has received positive responses from users, and Krystal continues to work single-mindedly to connect strangers, just based off their interests. Being nimble and fearless—that’s how a Maverick of Lyf responds to adversity! ⠀