First Time: Solo at the Singapore Rugby Sevens

  The word “Sports” for me conjures up not so pleasant memories of being a walking ball magnet. PE classes were the stuff of my nightmares. Being uncoordinated and chubby kid that I was, the humiliation was further compounded by the fact that no matter what I was doing or where I was if there […]

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My Ten Travel Quirks

There’s something about travelling that brings out more quirks in me. It’s as if I am not weird enough, but when I’m going off somewhere my little odd preferences show up one by one. It got me thinking whether other people also had travel quirks. Here are some of mine that I can think of […]

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Quotable Mondays: You Got This

Believe in yourself, take on your challenges, dig deep within yourself to conquer fears. Never let anyone bring you down. You got to keep going. -Chantal Sutherland-

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One Night Hanok Stay

Haemil Hanok One Night Stay

As soon as we emerged from Jongno-3ga station’s Exit 7 we felt an enormous sense of relief, it had stopped raining!  It was almost 10 pm and we were anxious to get to our place for the night. Before our trip to Seoul, I downloaded the comprehensive itinerary that I planned on to my phone, […]

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How To Make Sweet Pumpkin Hotteok

Today let’s try to cook the humble Hotteok (호떡)! Before my first trip to Seoul I asked my Korean friend to recommend to me popular street food to eat. She told me that since I was arriving in Autumn I should try these filled pancakes called Hotteok. Now I LOVE anything made with dough and if it […]

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First Time Trying Out Rainbow Scratch Sheets

If there is a single thing that would sum up my memories of kindergarten it will be crayons. The popular (if not the only) brand at that time was the Crayola crayons. The teachers had different ways to utilise the relatively cheap medium. Aside from the obvious activities of drawing or coloring we made abstract art by […]

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First Time: Creating A GIF From My Hand Lettering

  I’ve been subscribed to Skillshare for more than two years enrolling myself in different classes to expand my knowledge and well ahem skills. But I’ve never really gotten beyond watching into the realm of creating. But this time when I chanced upon the class by Mete Erdogan a designer and art director at Saatchi NY I […]

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