Here comes week 4 and my smart garden is still looking good. Although, I have to get rid of the failed pods because the rosemary is growing mould and the lettuce is still growing algae. Nevertheless, the other plants are doing well still. My tomato plants are flowering. My basils are growing higher. And the […]Read More Click & Grow SG 9: Week 4
Week 3! And this is how my smart garden 9 is progressing. The basils are thriving and I started pruning it to promote better growth. I am not sure if I did it too early but I could see more shoot coming up. My mini tomato plants are looking good. Looking at the stem, all […]Read More Click & Grow SG9: Week 3
Writing can be personal. It may just be words but look harder and there is you, revealing yourself. Your tone. Your choice of words. Your sentence structure. Your style.Read More Why I was afraid to write
I visited Gardens by the Bay in December 2017 and was blown away by the beautiful displays. There’s so much to see and nothing feels better than getting close to nature!Read More Xmas 2017 at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
I know I haven’t been updating this blog. And hey, it’s already 2018! And what I learnt from the beginning of 2018 is, ‘don’t go chasing waterfalls..’ because I think I’m moving too fast. For those who don’t know, I’m referring to TLC’s song titled Waterfall. I have been rushing and pushing myself to […]Read More Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls
Finally our apartment is ready for move in, although minor carpentry work still needs to be done. And I am starting to move in my stuffs bit by bit. BTO flats (Build-to-order) are getting smaller. Luckily, it’s school holidays for me. So, less things to worry about. What have I been up to while on […]Read More On my way back Home.
Although I have openly express my love for New Zealand, I have to admit Singapore too, have lots that New Zealand lacks of currently. There are many plenty of events being held here to keep us entertained and to get us out and about in this tiny red dot. If you have been following my […]Read More Singapore Night Festival 2016
9th of August is Singapore’s Independence day. And this year, Singapore have turned 51! This year’s parade was themed after a local folklore titled Badang. I have heard of the different versions of Badang back then. And I thought it was a Malay version of Hercules, as Hercules was strong. And then I realized, oh, […]Read More Singapore turned 51!
Do you know that there is a hot spring in Singapore? Yup, there is. I remembered visiting the Sembawang hot spring in the late 1900s. My siblings and I squeezed in a small car with our grandparents. Back then, there were no pathways. I remembered us parking along the road and walking on gravels paths. […]Read More Sembawang Hot Spring
In Singapore’s Mac Donald, they sell their version of monkey bread as Cinnamon Melts. I love the crispy crusts and it’s sweet icing sugar with cinnamon. However, I happened to came across a cookbook by Joanne Chang; Bake with Less Sugar. I love it! I am a sweet tooth but it’s healthier to bake with less sugar […]Read More Monkey Bread