Monthly Archives: February 2011

Why I think My Village is Awesome: The Charming Mall in Serangoon Gardens

Unlike other malls there’s no huge developer behind the aptly named My Village, just twin brothers who own the building and are passionate about it having grown up in the estate.  It’s small size makes it cosy.  The only drawback … Continue reading

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Tourists May Be More Intimately Acquainted with our History than we are

I am quite bashful to admit that I am not as proficient as tourists armed with a guide book and internet research may be, when it comes to our little historical tidbits. For one thing I only discovered more about … Continue reading

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Scout Willis and Stepdad Ashton Wrote a Song About Coffee

It’s called My Sober and I think it’s cute.  Shows what a great relationship they have.  For the first time Ashton actually seems fatherly. Middle child, Scout has a surprisingly lovely voice.  I must confess – I didn’t expect it … Continue reading

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Celebrity Baby Fashionistas

Don’t you wish you were a little girl again and could dress this cute? All the photos are from Celebrity Baby Scoop and Just Jared where I get my celeb fix. Ellen Pompeo with cutie in pink, Stella Luna. {Image: … Continue reading

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The Old Man at Ann Siang Hill

I was compelled by the poignant image and work ethic of the elderly man collecting old boxes near the Ann Siang Hill area.  I couldn’t help but feel guilty about my privileged position. Explored more about the Ann Siang Hill … Continue reading

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P.S. Cafe at Ash Park – No Children Allowed

I hope no one throws bricks at me, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if no teens were allowed either and then it would be a truly adult place. I would love a place for old fogies like myself, but I … Continue reading

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Thomas Friedman Impressed by Serious Singapore (NY Times)

Came across this article in the NY Times that I found interesting. Always keen to see how Singapore is viewed from the outside.  The article left me amazed at how far we’ve come with our primary school Science lessons.  When … Continue reading

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Bakerzin at My Village

The service at Bakerzin was impeccable. The female manager was very warm and welcoming.  It’s always nice to see professionalism and pride in service.  It was what stood out and made me want to return. Besides that, the food was … Continue reading

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Trending in Singapore: Bubble Tea, Donuts & Other Fabulous Fads

In Singapore we have Food Trends or should I call them Food Crazes. After a hard day at the office, indulging in a food novelty is a nice way to wind down. It’s quite a phenomenon to see long winding … Continue reading

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Pretty Noodle Bowls

Love this idea of little hand painted noodles bowls with a place to rest your chopsticks. Saw it at Yevgenia’s Etsy store.

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