10 Tips I learnt from Royal Bird’s Nest

Regina and I were invited by Royal Bird’s Nest to learn more about this intriguing Chinese delicacy made from the saliva of swiftlets. Living in Asia, a lot of my peers take Bird’s Nest 燕窝 (yan wo) regularly and many of them swear by their miraculous effects. From bestowing beautiful skin to enhancing your immune system, …

NTUC Income Run 350 – 2015 Edition

Guest post by JW Ong. After the disappointing weather at last year’s Run 350, this year’s Run 350 organised by Young NTUC was blessed – cool and dry! Although I was way off my personal best for 21km, as the past few weeks have been crazy busy for me to train seriously, I enjoyed the …

JIN Fine Dining

After being utterly impressed by the exquisite saga beef served by JIN Fine Dining during my last food trail in Far East Square, I decided to go back to JIN Fine Dining with MM to try out their value for money Omakase. Although, “Omakase” is as I understand it, is a collection of dishes that the …

{Throwback Thursdays} Gold Coast Girls Weekend

Hello April! I have stopped blogging for quite a few weeks as I’ve been traveling in so many time zones my body just couldn’t figure out what day and night even meant anymore (if you have been following me on my Instagram @renzze , I’m sure you know what I mean) . I had a …

5 Places to eat at Far East Square

Far East Square is in the heart of the CBD and I love their heritage shophouse concept yet surprisingly I’ve never really had a chance to fully explore the place. Not too long ago, I went for a food trail with some fellow bloggers and I have to say that I’m amazed at the number …

Ultherapy at Halley – A cutting edge procedure without needing to cut

We all want to look the best that we can possibly be. I don’t want to look like someone else but I would love to look like the prettiest version of me possible. To do that, I struggle with balancing stress, incorporating exercise, eating healthier, using the most effective skin care, highlighting my face with …

{Travelling Tuesdays} Korea on the first day of the year

This week’s {Travelling Tuesdays} post is a throwback to a New Year spent onboard the aircraft and landing in Korea. Caught in the whirlwind of meetings and reports as I approach a crucial closing week at work, days and time simply slips past me quietly. It was almost 11pm on Tuesday before I realised I …