The concept of skincare by Koreans are pretty simple—do ten steps every morning and night everyday, and you’ll pretty much look like you’re twenty-something even when your ID says you’re twice the age you admit yourself to. But the real secret is the technique of applying all these essence, serums, eye cream, moisturizers—and that is patting instead of smearing and rubbing your product on your … Continue reading A Korean Beauty Secret To Slow Ageing of Skin!
Oh, I could list a million. I have a million reasons to be angry. The sucky economy makes me angry—being unable to leisurely enjoy cleaner food with less price makes me angry. The increasing prices of books and petrol makes me angry. Parking tickets that I have to apparently pay apart from vehicle tax and road tax makes me angry. Selfish BMWs side parking or … Continue reading Reasons I’m Angry
Millennials—I think if you call a group of Gen X for a backyard barbecue party, they will have the most fun complaining about millennials. Their main points will be predictable nevertheless: (a) too spoiled, (b) too much crave for praises, (c) everything was harder back in our days. While there are some truth in these, they spoke too highly of their own generation that they forgot an … Continue reading Look What You Made Millennials Do
This morning, I made myself a glass of chocolate Anlene, read The Silver Linings Playbook for 30 minutes, did a full body stretch for 15 minutes, showered, get dressed, and attend work. I consider this a good change. I’ve been neglecting self-care for a really long time. Ever since I tried to push myself forward to get better and be better, to redeem and make up … Continue reading Live a mindbodygreen life with Pinterest aesthetics
One of my closest friend got married yesterday. And after writing a short heartfelt post, I’ve come to realise that I don’t have any photos from our early uni days that I can post with it. In fact, most of my uni photos are gone, stuck in an irretrievable digital form in my old Acer laptop. When my Acer laptop busted months after I got … Continue reading To The Trashbin
A/N: I apologise that this post will be more personal than my other posts, which were directed more towards shaping the community into mindful citizens and all that boo. Although my favourite things about Kina Grannis are her boyshort pixie hair (and lowkey, her Japanese heritage), the impact she had on my musical journey is something very powerful and impactful in moulding the kind of songwriter I … Continue reading How Kina Grannis Became An Integral Part Of My Musical Journey
There is a trend, today. Perhaps, a fast-growing concept in which youth had used to justify their rejection of the our education system. In Manglish, it sounds like this, “haiyoh, study that subject also what for! Later where got use when working one! Think I got time to calculate this angle that angle kah when I want to go down the stairs or what?” There … Continue reading Why I Am Always On The Hunt for New Knowledge