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Liebster Award and One Lovely Blog Award

I’m pleasantly surprised and honoured to have received 3 nominations last week for the Liebster Award. Well if you’ve not heard of it, Liebster Award is actually an online award that is presented to bloggers by fellow bloggers in order to discover new blogs and to recognise bloggers for their efforts. ‘Liebster’ just means ‘dearest’ […]

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Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew

23 March 2015 • 3.18am I got the news at 6 when my Singaporean friend who’s living in the UK paid tribute to Mr Lee on social media. Perhaps reality hadn’t quite sunk in or that his demise wasn’t unexpected as his condition deteriorated while he was in hospital. I headed to the gym as […]

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My first gardening experience

Or rather planting experience, lol. I live in a high rise apartment so I don’t have a garden that I can play around with. And I feel absolutely gutted now that I have converted my balcony to part of my living room, otherwise I could have turned the space into a vegetables, herbs and/or spices […]

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Big Box Megastore Opens in Jurong East

Following the success of Singapore’s first retail park at Tampines where Ikea, Giant and Courts are situated and barely weeks after the opening of NTUC FairPrice’s Warehouse Club @ Joo Koon, here comes Big Box, a lifestyle retail mail that has opened for business since Saturday. Located just next to the Jurong East MRT Station, Big […]

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Believing in Christmas again

At one point when I was little, I stopped believing in Christmas. I remembered I used to love reading stories about Christmas and I adored Santa Claus, his elves, reindeers, snowman, etc. I would write a letter addressed to Santa and put it into the postbox though there wasn’t any mailing address (or stamp) on […]

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Opus 2 Jay 2014 World Tour @ Singapore Sports Hub

Hello peeps! Hope you all had an amazing Christmas holiday last week! I had a week’s break and practically did nothing (didn’t blog too!) too exciting, well, except spending an entire Christmas Eve preparing for a dinner party. And then the rest of the time was spent watching movies, eating and just being lazy. Being a […]

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Ultimate Hawker Fest 2014 – Celebrating The Very Best of Singapore’s Hawker Heritage

Singapore’s Ultimate Hawker Fest [终极街头美食节] is back for the third year! It’s all about celebrating Singapore’s unique hawker heritage, as part of Singapore’s Jubilee (SG50) celebrations while raising funds for the needy and disadvantaged. All profits from the event will go to more than 32,000 beneficiaries of Touch Community Services, regardless of race and religion. Fellow food bloggers Maureen (misstamchiak), Derrick […]

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A romantic dinner by the Singapore River

I initially posted this pic on my instagram and was giving a brief description of what this was all about. Somehow, it ended like a poem that rhymed, lol. A romantic dinner need not be one with candlelights Having bentos by the Singapore River is just right Great atmosphere with a gorgeous sight Bliss and […]

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Cavalia in Singapore – Galloping Moments of a Magical Ride

Couple of weeks back, the husband asked out of the blue if I wanted to catch Cavalia. If it’s a West End show or Broadway musical, he needn’t had to ask because I’d definitely be game for it. But I wasn’t absolutely sure about Cavalia as I didn’t think equestrian arts and acrobatics were my […]

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Exercising Right for Effective Weight Loss: From Flab To Fab

I haven’t been going to the gym for two weeks now just so I can rest and recover from my recent bout of flu. And even though I’ve been eating normally (probably more as I tend to eat a lot when I’m sick, weird I know lol), my weight has more or less remained the same […]

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Savour locally-harvested greens from Panasonic’s first indoor vegetable farm at Ootoya Japanese Restaurant

The first two things that come to my mind when I think of the brand, Panasonic are usually electronic goods and household appliances. When I heard the news that Panasonic was going into agribusiness, I was rather surprised. In fact, its first indoor vegetable farm facility in Singapore which was set up in October last year […]

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A Journey to the West – Experience the new Mongkok & Legendary Hong Kong @ Jurong Point

I was invited to a media event last week at Jurong Point together with other bloggers and media friends to tour their latest addition to the mall which is a themed-destination concept “Mongkok” that replicates the bustling streets and markets of Hong Kong. From now till 31 August 2014, there’d be buskers’ performances, roving acts, on-the-spot games and […]

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Exercising Right for Effective Weight Loss: My Top 10 Tips

If you’re trying to lose weight and/or wanting to start on a new exercise regimen, check out my earlier post on how to get things started. So now you have your gear ready and you’re mentally prepared to transform your lifestyle, what’s next? Know how to maximise the benefits of your training and see faster […]

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Exercising Right for Effective Weight Loss: How to Get Started

Welcome to Geri’s boot camp! My very own torture chamber! Lol. Where I put myself through ‘extreme torture’ just to get to where I am now. Because exercising is REALLY tough! And I’m not kidding! Well, it took me quite a while to get this up following my last post about me losing weight since embarking on a new exercise regimen […]

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A Heart-Wrenching Love Story…

When I first heard “Kiss The Rain” by renowned South Korean pianist and composer, Yiruma, I thought it was a decently good piece but didn’t think much of it only until recently when I came across a wedding video of a Filipino couple that had been circulating online that I felt the tune could be that […]

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My recipe in Shape Magazine July 2014 issue

Woohoo! I’m thrilled that Shape Magazine had featured my Cajun Spiced Salmon recipe (page 95) in their latest 10th Anniversary issue. Alternatively, check out my original recipe post here. Research shows that consuming salmon at least twice a week will lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases, prevent depression (benefits the brain!) and delay brain ageing. Truly […]

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