There are many ways to enjoy the weekend. You can read your book or start a new one. You can watch some movies or catch up with your drama series. Or you can finally do your spring cleaning with a hint of jazz. But the best part about it is that you're now free to … Continue reading What to Do with Friends Over the Weekend.
A bibliophile is defined as a "lover of books; one who loves to read, admire, and collect books." You can find many book lovers and avid readers on Tumblr who constantly share their readership and kinship with their books with you through their pages. I, for one, am like them, and I share the same … Continue reading First World Reader Problems #1.
What happens when you run out of breakfast ideas? You've had pancakes. You've gobbled down all the ham sandwiches. You've even gone as far as to having various toppings on your oatmeal for the last three days! The last thing you want is more oatmeal. After doing a quick comb-over of your kitchen, you realised … Continue reading Mmm… French Toast…
Imagine that you're at a dinner buffet, your eyes darting left and right, observing the entire delicious and beautiful spread right before you. Should you shuck some oysters first? Or maybe you should start small with a garden salad. No wait, there's sushi and sashimi. You've been dying for some Japanese since, like, forever! You … Continue reading What Happens When Your Throat Hurts.
How many times have we welcomed the weekend only to come back to work on Monday feeling like we still needed more hours to unwind? Do you often feel that way? That you were so hyped up on Friday, and going over your plans with your friends to paint the town red. Only to realise … Continue reading Don’t Lose Sleep Over It.
Hello everybody, aren't you glad it's Friday already? Yes, I tend to make my lines rhyme sometimes. And it actually sounds nicer too. Not to mention, a little poetic as well. Since it's already the end of yet another harrowing and busy work week, here's a little something to read that is easy on the … Continue reading Emotions at the Mere Touch of Decor.
Let's call this e-pressure. Short for internet pressure. Because I've seen so many photos and reviews uploaded by people on their Instagram feeds and their blogs that made it all the more tempting to try out. And I finally did last night. Madame Waffle is its name, and Belgian waffles meeting Japanese flavours is its … Continue reading Food Review: Madame Waffle.
In view of yesterday's post and all the previous articles I have ever written on minimalism and de-cluttering, I decided to go on a de-cluttering spree myself. The condo that I share with my husband was not just a home but also a storage for all sorts of items that we no longer use or … Continue reading Spring Cleaning, One Box at a Time.
Let me ask you a question: Would you be able to live in a home like the one above? No, really. Would you? Or will you think that your home is so threadbare that you need to fill it up with all the knick knacks that your family and friends have bought for you over … Continue reading Adopting a Minimalist Lifestyle.
Here's a roundup of how my Saturday went: Finally did my first spider plant propagation on Saturday morning. 😎😎 I snagged a bunch of spider plant blades plus the roots from the existing pot, and secured it with potting mix. It was a back-breaking and ankle-busting chore as I had to squat most of the time … Continue reading My Weekend Review #1.
People tend to think of the correlation between health and desserts as being negative. That desserts can be destructive to your health and diet. Come to think of it, perhaps only our parents would think and say that, right? We were all brought up with the idea that desserts are bad for you. Too much … Continue reading A Little Dessert Will Go A Long Way.
The arrival of new smartphone models and the creation of new mobile phone gaming applications are things we cannot avoid. It happens everyday, no matter where we go, whether we like it or want to be involved or not. You can bluff yourself and say that you're not interested. You can tell the world that … Continue reading Definitely #firstworldproblems.