Category Archives: Midlife Musings

Sometimes I Make Myself Cringe

I haven’t written in a long while and cringe as I spot grammatical errors (typos or the result of the darn autocorrect function on my iPhone) I’ve made and my juvenile writing style.  Most of all, I disappoint myself with … Continue reading

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For Anyone Who Has Felt They Don’t Fit In

That’s me all the time. That I don’t fit in or don’t measure up in this world. That no one recognises your value. A value you doubt yourself on a daily basis. Perhaps there’s a planet out there where I … Continue reading

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9 Thoughts Running Through My Head Right Now

1. I am impatient for perfection 2. I am constantly thinking and pondering 3. I feel immediate relief when I declutter a little  – even if it’s just the tip of the iceberg 4. I am overwhelmed and excited by … Continue reading

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Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s Diet, Exercise & Daily Routine

I am beyond fascinated by Lee Kuan Yew’s diet, exercise and daily routine as I am keen to learn from someone who had a long life and paid keen attention to his health, with much diligence. I had no clue … Continue reading

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This Week

It’s been an emotionally draining week. I have been more touched than I ever thought I would be. Even now after the national week of mourning is over, you somehow don’t feel the same. I have a greater sense of … Continue reading

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23rd March 2015

Singaporeans won’t forget the day we lost a giant – an immeasurably brilliant leader. Can’t think of Singapore without thinking of Lee Kuan Yew. Even if we didn’t agree with the methods we can’t help, but admire what he has … Continue reading

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7 Reasons Why You Should Blog About Food

1. Makes me more self aware of what I’m consuming. I then try not to repeat a bad meal and also make more of an effort to try new things. 2. Revitalises me.  Intensifies and makes the experience of dining … Continue reading

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Being Personal on a Blog

Often to write something personal feels like giving away a piece of yourself.  But it is rewarding sometimes to be vulnerable and reveal your innermost thoughts. Lately I find myself so reluctant to do so, and feel like the blog … Continue reading

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No Refuge

I used to like reading in a mall while waiting for my companion, but these days all the food outlets and cafés seem to be blasting music. Haven’t they heard of mood music?The people running the place must love the … Continue reading

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Been Stuck, & About Those Library Books I Need to Return Pronto

The words haven’t been stuck but I’ve been reluctant to share what’s on my mind as it all seems just too self-indulgent or worried my private thoughts may be misconstrued. Now and then I do get depressed and anxious over … Continue reading

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