The Days of My Life in Lockdown.

Working from home was a real challenge for me and I guess it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. It certainly wasn’t mine. I stayed indoors for the better part of nine days, working feverishly on projects and ad-hoc campaigns while struggling to pay attention to the details of each task through the haze of video…

Honouring the Women in Our Lives.

This isn’t my first time celebrating Mother’s Day yet, I got the dates mixed up. I thought it was the first weekend of May and we went out for dinner to commemorate the day. It turned out to be the second weekend of May! Oh well. At least we celebrated it early and didn’t have…

Celebrating a One-Year Anniversary.

Another short post today. I just want to say that my blog, Creator & Curator, is celebrating (on a small scale) its first year anniversary today. I can’t believe it has been a year already since I started the blog. Well, if you want to be precise and persnickety, then the exact date when I started…

75 Years of Virginia Woolf.

As a reader, I’ve never been much for Virginia Woolf nor have I read her books. As a writer, however, I must commend on her genius ways on writing, especially her famous nonlinear prose style notably in her novels, Mrs Dalloway and To The Lighthouse. March 2016 began as the National Nutrition Month and now,…

February 29. Once Every 4 Years.

Yesterday was Monday. Yesterday was February 29, 2016. Which meant that Monday was that one extra day given to February this year, and it was a leap year. For most of us, so what? But for the minority of those who were born on February 29, it is a big deal to them because they…

Happy National Cat Day!

The only downside to celebrating these National and International Something or Other Days is that Malaysia is always a day ahead of the United States, so whatever National or International Celebrated Day will always and only be known about the following day. The only way to overcome this is to constantly check the calendar on…

Mid-Autumn Lights.

It’s that time of the year again… No, not the haze. That’s actually a rather depressing topic to talk about. I’m referring to that time of the year where people eat mooncakes and make paper lanterns to light up and float them around. For the children, it really is for the fun of it. But…