Monday Morning Zit

It’s a Monday and I ought to be sharing a more lighthearted post to ease the dreariness that happens at the beginning of every work week. Maybe cute kitten photos or puppies bouncing on soft cotton sheets might be more soothing. Instead, the first photo you see on my blog is my messy makeup free face …

Street Food in Seoul

안녕하세요 Annyeonghaseyo! These photos were taken in Seoul, Korea, in the heart of Spring. With flowers blooming everywhere, the locals were all in a friendly and happy mood. I love the vibrant colors of the flowers and wished I could have captured more. Instead, my growling stomach dictated that I head straight to the food …

BoxGreen

My Chinese New Year has been a lot of fun. Spending time with family and friends while feasting all day for a whole week. It’s one of the most overindulgent period of the year for me and I’m feeling the after effects of it right now. My health is not in tip top condition and I’m …

Daniel and Debra’s Wedding

I’ve known Debra since I was 13. We used to take the same SBS bus 73 home and hang around the Lorong Chuan/Serangoon Gardens estate after school. Her laughter is perpetually infectious and fond memories of her attempting to teach me how to roller blade (resulting in us falling into a tangled heap after teetering uncontrollably down a …

{Review} Aqualabel Special Gel Cream

It’s the Thursday of a fantastically busy week for me which left me comatose every night for the past 3 nights. I’m so eager to see Friday and the rest of the weekend. At the moment, I’ve finishing up some important reports for work so I can head over to KL next week with a peace …

Fiore

The weather these days in Singapore is perfect. I’m loving the cool balmy nights which is a lovely reprieve from the previous month of hot humid nights. It’s mid week already and I’m looking forward to both celebrating Chinese New Year as well as taking a little side trip to KL next week. I’ve been …

{Throwback Thursdays} Attending a Balinese Wedding in 2010

Continuing the same series of photos from last week’s {Throwback Thursdays} post (where I was in the padi fields of Bali in 2010), my Balinese guide and I took turns to drive my Little Red Jeep to take a peek at a traditional Balinese wedding that was happening in the village. I normally drive an automatic …