Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Outfield – Your Love

I’m crazy about this song right now  – Your Love by The Outfield. And reminds me how I  loved the 80’s. A good time to be a teen. The era of the big hair, areobics and ridiculous shoulder pads. So … Continue reading

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Cider at Ikea

Loved the strawberry & lime cider at Ikea. Loveliest scent & aftertaste. It was below 5 bucks and much cheaper than having it at a restaurant where I’ve seen cider marked up and sold for as much as 15 bucks.

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Underwhelmed at Tim Ho Wan

Even though I went with low expectations, after reading countless other blog reviews, I was still underwhelmed. I didn’t even feel like blogging about it but B wanted me to because he feels I should blog about not that great … Continue reading

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Joy, Love, Hope

The Christmas decorations at My Village spoke to me. It’s lovely how this tiny mall always tries to be a bit different from the pack. The result is always charming. Instead of carolling there was a performance with bells that … Continue reading

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Time Well Spent vs Time Badly Spent

We all have a fixed amount of time and at the end of it we all die, so I’m reminding myself to not waste a precious second, if I can help it. It’s spurred me to make this list. A … Continue reading

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I Do Like the Malls at Christmas

It’s that time of year where the malls get more fun. I like to see how creative they can get with the decorations. At Parkway Parade the kids will get excited about Santa’s helper perched on a wreath. I only … Continue reading

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My Favourite Free iPad Apps for Toddlers

Ironically after writing a post about the hazards of being connected (due to the ease and portability of devices), I also wrote about my favourite free ipad apps for toddlers. Yes there are advantages we can’t ignore and we have … Continue reading

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Hyper-Connected & I Think It’s Bad for Me

I miss the old days. For me that was the early 90’s before I owned a handphone. I used to focus and seemed to get a lot more done. Things were slower paced at work, but interactions were higher quality. … Continue reading

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Christmas at Ikea Singapore 2013

Ikea always seems to do Christmas best. So we trooped on there to have a look. It was charming as the year before and I really liked the little tin Chritmas tree ornaments best. B noticed the unique use of … Continue reading

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New Robinsons at The Heeren impressed me

When B first told me about how Robinsons has taken over at The Heeren and is now almost like a Harrods (taken over the whole building apart from the Costa Cafe) I thought he might have read exaggerated reports, but … Continue reading

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