The Marmalade Pantry needs no introduction, being a chic restaurant that is popular among ladies and families. Ironically, I never had a chance to visit it because every time I was in the vicinity, it would no doubt be full house. For a long while now, I have considered The Marmalade Pantry as a ‘Orchard Road kind… Continue reading Hidden oasis in Oasia Downtown
I was introduced to this cafe by a friend who happens to work in the area, who raved about the awesome food and amazing dessert, while remarking how value-for-money they were. And I absolutely trusted her because she is someone who DOES NOT RAVE. We got our act together pretty quickly and our group of… Continue reading Enjoying a quiet moment at Memento
I have been meaning to write on being single in Singapore for some time now, but never quite gotten round to it. So, I am really glad to be starting on this post, and at the same time creating a hashtag #SingleInSG for all posts related to this topic. But first, let’s start with the backstory. I have… Continue reading Single in Singapore
十年情誼 走過的 叫足跡 走不到 叫憧憬 學會收拾起叛逆 學會隱藏了表情 卸下了 這面具 我想說 謝謝你 謝謝你 一路陪我到這裡 我是在「知足」之後才開始接觸五月天，第一次買專輯、出席簽唱會是2005年的事，正逢他們來新宣傳他們的第五張錄音室專集「神的孩子在跳舞」。
Two weekends ago, my parents went for a short getaway and left their mums in our care. Well, sort of. Actually, our tasks were pretty simple. We were to take Grandma Ong (Dad’s mum) out for dinner on Saturday and Sunday, and to visit Grandma Chua (Mum’s mum) in hospital and update them about her recovery.… Continue reading A Tale of 2 Grandmothers
Having returned to full-time work for slightly over 8 months now, working on projects that for the most part were satisfyingly challenging, where the office environment was encouraging and colleagues generally demonstrated camaraderie. Things should look better than it previously was. Yet, I continued to feel overwhelmed and when asked how I feel these days, my response comprised… Continue reading To work again
First road trip in Japan and second time in Hokkaido, as mentioned in my earlier post, I approached my June vacation with mixed feelings. Reflecting on my trip, I found little words to truly describe how I felt, which led to the decision to present my break (for a change) using photos, an album for… Continue reading Hi again, Hokkaido!