Indonesia 76th Independence Day on August 17, 2021 in midst of pandemic has brought a lot of meaning to all the people of Indonesia. Independence means having freedom to be responsible for doing everything within the legal framework of NKRI (Negara Kesatuan Republic of Indonesia). The Covid-19 pandemic that still raging at this time has more or less affected freedom and the meaning of independence itself for the people of Indonesia.
But don't you realize that in midst of this moment of concern, today is an opportunity to do many things that can liberate your souls and minds, such as caring and sharing with others. It's simple! You care about one thing and then share your goodness for others even if it's the smallest, then your soul and mind will definitely satisfied to be free!
How's Bali?! Are you one of peoples who miss Bali during this pandemic crisis? White sandy beach with bubbly waves rolling in Seminyak, terraced rice fields in Ubud, meditating on the slopes of Tabanan, Kecak dance performance in middle of sunset at Uluwatu Temple, slow ticking clock hands in Jimbaran, or other wonders that restore your soul and body there.
If your answer is “Yes”, it means that you are part of millions of people around the world who long for and want to travel back to the Island of the Gods Bali. We believe in that and we are willing to bet if suddenly Covid-19 pandemic disappears now, there will be a massive exodus of tourists to Bali to restore dry souls. 😊
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused many changes in human life. Termination of employment, decreased income, lifestyle changes and many other interesting incidents to be listened to. Not a few who actually inspire to rise from adversity and never give up in life.
One of them happened to our tourism actors this time. He is commonly known by the nickname Omjay. Through his Youtube channel @lombokprivatetrip, he promotes the beauty of the island of Lombok while offering his services to guide tours. This Lombok native tour guide has for many years carried out this work in his homeland and is part of a local tourism association.
JPTG.-- Living in a big city like Jakarta and other cities in Indonesia which are densely populated, allows a person to experience stress. Especially in the midst of a covid-19 pandemic situation. Congestion, pile of work deadlines and fear of exposure to disease are most of the contributors to stress. Especially for those who are used to working hard. So how do you actually reduce the pressure of work and life during a pandemic?
To anticipate this, you must keep your physical and mental health at its prime and always get a balance of life. If you feel necessary, adjust and do the following 10 steps to reduce workload pressure and various life problems for those of you who are used to work hard.