#throwback on my internship

At a blink of an eye, it’s been 10 years since I was last an intern. I remember fondly when I was studying at Singapore Polytechnic and I was posted to this little boutique advertising agency to intern. I studied Media and Communications and I had no idea what I wanted to do after graduating, much less what an internship singapore opportunity meant to my career. It would be the first thing that goes onto my resume, my foot in the…

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Big Dreams Start Small

When I was growing up, I had a lot of dreams and aspirations. I wanted to be a lawyer, a pathologist, a kindergarten teacher and even a pet groomer at different stages of growing up. I’ll admit that while my career ambitions changed according to the latest movies in town, one thing never changed – I had dreams, big and small and I never stopped dreaming. As I grew older, and started my first job in an advertising firm, I…

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The Husband's Birthday

I pondered long and hard. What on earth should I get for Peter’s birthday?! It is SO HARD to buy a gift for him. He has everything he needs and he needs very little things. The past few presents I gave him were always a flop 🙁 There was once I bought him a watch because he said he LOVED it when we were window shopping. When I passed him the gift, he said that’s NOT the one he wanted…

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Making Every Drop of Water Count

One of the best parts about being a blogger definitely has to be attending events that really fill my mind with knowledge. Beauty events aren’t just about putting on make up, sometimes, they tell all about the founder, the brand story and the science/inspiration behind the product. It’s really very interesting. Just the other day, I was gushing over to my colleagues over lunch about this “StarWater Water Ionizer” blogger event that OMY.SG invited me to. It may sound like…

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A #throwback to my Schooling Days

This is a #throwback to my schooling days. Take a walk down memory lane with me. My schooling days were way different than most of everyone else’s in Singapore. I went through this everyday. Yes. Hours and hours of human and traffic jam. I travelled a total of 4 hours everyday to and fro Malaysia and Singapore from Primary One all the way till 1 year after I graduated from Singapore Polytechnic. That totals 15 years. It was pretty crazy.…

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