Life.

While watching some Korean drama it occured to me (probably should have put some thought into this) that life can go in very unexpected ways in a split second. Not to be morbid but anything can happen – an accident, an aneurysm, heart attack, being at the “wrong place at the wrong time” kind ofContinue reading “Life.”

Review: Ruth Chris Steakhouse at Park Royal Marina Bay

As part of our Restaurant Week adventures in May 2022, we reserved a dinner for two at Ruth Chris Steakhouse for $68++ excluding add ons. We have heard for a long time from friends that the steak here is a must-try and we were pretty excited to finally get the opportunity to visit Ruth Chris.Continue reading “Review: Ruth Chris Steakhouse at Park Royal Marina Bay”

Review: Restaurant Week SG (May 2022) : Amo at Hongkong St

I was a big fan of Restaurant Week many years back and after the whole reopening after covid, decided to try out some of the places again! Held from 6-29 May 2022, lunch starts from S$28 and dinner S$38! Amo was a last minute choice and I was glad that a weekend lunch was available.Continue reading “Review: Restaurant Week SG (May 2022) : Amo at Hongkong St”

Favourite Artist Series: Wu Guan Zhong 吳冠中

While I am no art expert, I decided to start this series of my favourite artists with Wu Guan Zhong 吴冠中 because I felt the connection to his paintings the first time I saw them in Singapore. Perhaps it is that mix of western and chinese influence that captivates me, or that the simplicty ofContinue reading “Favourite Artist Series: Wu Guan Zhong 吳冠中”

Wistful & Romantic

It’s the newest thing that you publish on Instastory – the Spotify “Your 2021 in review”! It’s always fun to look at an overview of the year, and guess what, this year I have been “wistful” and “romantic”. So… I didn’t know what “wistful” means and had to check the dictionary. Oh, it means toContinue reading “Wistful & Romantic”

Ways to save money this Christmas

Christmas is my favourite time of year – winding down that busy year, meeting up with friends, exchanging presents… it’s also the time of the year that I spend so much on gifts, decorations and Christmas food! Before you continue reading this article, I want to reiterate that you don’t actually have a “net profit”Continue reading “Ways to save money this Christmas”

VTL – Singapore to South Korea (Seoul)

Ever since I posted my first instastory that I have arrived in Seoul on 17 November, I have been bombarded with many messages on VTL (Vaccinated Travel Lanes) and PCR tests – even though some of my friends are not visiting Seoul but other countries? LOL i’m not ICA! Here’s a short list of whatContinue reading “VTL – Singapore to South Korea (Seoul)”

Taking a breather at Lower Seletar Reservoir Park

For the past few days I have been wanting to visit Lower Seletar Reservoir Park. Where’s that you ask? Simply put, it’s the scenic route from Yio Chu Kang to Khatib not to be confused with Upper Seletar Reservoir that is nearer to Mandai. It’s not that near to Khatib MRT so if you’re goingContinue reading “Taking a breather at Lower Seletar Reservoir Park”

What playing competitive sports taught me

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” Watching competitive sports always spurs something in me. Once upon a time I actually thought that it was a waste of time playing any sport recreationally. Why put in so much effort in something to doContinue reading “What playing competitive sports taught me”

What I thought life would be

Looking at the On This Day pictures brought back many memories. 13 years ago I was hanging out with the gang at Dempsey. 11 years ago I was spending summer in Hong Kong. 10 years ago I was lamenting on how I had no more friends in school since everyone had graduated the past semester.Continue reading “What I thought life would be”