Category Archives: daily life

Life is Boring

It was Friday night after a long week at work, and I was bored. A 4-day weekend lay ahead, full of the promise of unhurried mornings and sufficient rest. What better way to start it off by chillin’ at a … Continue reading

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As the clock ticks, my body tocks.

This is my last hour as a twenty-something. Of late, I’ve been feeling apprehensive as I encroach the border into another decade, another demographic, although I know from the existence of overweight uncles and aunties that billions before me have … Continue reading

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A Snake Visits Us

All I had wanted was a cup of cold milk heaped with Aussie Milo, to go with the book I was reading. Instead, I entered the kitchen to find my dad holding a stick, beating at the orange-tiled floor. “There’s … Continue reading

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Updates on Life

It’s been an eventful past few months. Lump died in September, which left me broken and dispirited. My company moved to upscale Mont Kiara–I got a new desk, a new view, a new reason to go on a diet. Then … Continue reading

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Jeena Wong

My new niece is a cutie. And because she’s the second girl in her family, like me, I’ve instantly bonded with her! 🙂 Here are some shots from my visit a few weeks ago. She poopoo-ed while I was there, … Continue reading

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Me, a suicide bomber?

I’m typing this from 35,973ft in the air. We’re currently flying over the Northern Territory, an area I’d like to visit some day. Joseph Arthur’s ‘Honey and the Moon‘ has been playing on repeat. There’s something about this song that … Continue reading

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Going nudie

Nudie fruit juice is amazing. After plodding back to the hotel in the rain and out again to Woolies, under winds so powerful they turned my mum’s Mickey Mouse umbrella into a Mickey Mouse flower, my body felt wrecked. Yet … Continue reading

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