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Regressing Back to Bad Old Habits

I decided to cut out instant noodles and biscuits from my diet. I haven’t missed the instant noodles at all, but recently I has a digestive biscuit and soon I polished off eight and felt horribly guilty after. They tasted … Continue reading

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Baby Steps

I’ve been taken with the idea of self improvement lately. Over the years I have attempted change and find that baby steps is the way to go.

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Procrastination and those Nagging Tasks

I have tons of nagging tasks, you know those things you know you need to do, but end up being distracted by something else.  You are either afraid of them (going to the dentist) or they just seem so tedious … Continue reading

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10 Good Habits that Stuck in 2010

Christmas reminds me that 2011 will be here soon, and New Year reminds me of all the things I did not achieve. I am feeling all “woe is me” and “why do I even bother with resolutions”.  But I tend … Continue reading

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My To Do List Vs My Done List

Many people have a To Do List – like 50 things to do before I turn 50. I love reading these inspirational lists and often come up with my own. But when I don’t manage to tick off those things … Continue reading

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Ten Habits of my Naturally Skinny Friends

I have naturally skinny friends and unnaturally skinny friends. The latter skip meals, just have coffee for lunch and look pale and frazzled. The former always look bubbly, full of energy and seem to have these habits in common. 1. … Continue reading

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Tim Burton’s Staring Girl Must Be Singaporean

I Love all of Tim Burton’s characters, especially the ones he created in The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories. Of these the Staring Girl instantly captivated me. I once knew a girl who would just stand there … Continue reading

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A Minimalist, Serene Life

I feel frazzled, stressed and poor, by a consumerist society that is continually telling me what you need to own in order to be happier. It made me wonder if there was a healthier way to live.  Well there is. … Continue reading

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Yann Martel’s Writing Habits

I am a great admirer of Yann Martel and his mastery of words.  He has a way of making his stories light and accessible.  His stories seem to me like deceptively child-like fables which most effectively contain powerful messages about … Continue reading

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