Post Marital Blues (or is it?)

It's been a little over a month since I got married and after the whole euphoria and relief of everything being over has settled, I gotta say I've been feeling kinda down.To be honest, for the past 2 years, well, since we've done our ROM (or maybe even before that), it seemed that I was... Continue Reading →


Road Trip Series: Epic Nights at San Francisco

This story will be the last installment of my graduation trip to the States back in 2009! If you miss the earlier posts in the series, make sure you follow our adventures: In LA where we hailed a police car because we wanted to go to Disneyland. In San Diego where we went to Sea... Continue Reading →

Believe in yourself.

I've always been a people-pleaser. I can't say no, I always offer to help, I go out of my way to make people happy. This is especially true in the workplace. I think I've always had this need to prove myself. (Is this the middle-child syndrome talking?) My idea of self-worth is by validation if... Continue Reading →

My Waitressing Gig

I probably was about 17 or 18 at the time I started looking for a part-time job during school. It was cool, to think that I was able to earn my own pocket money and do something useful during a long break.It would be nice if I had so much break and just as much... Continue Reading →


I know even from early on in life, I've been really lucky, protected and secluded from many ugliness of the world. I have a wonderful childhood, my family is not rich, but we are doing ok. As a child, you don't really think of these things. You think everyone else has the same things you... Continue Reading →

I’m a Class Nerd

Since young, I've always loved writing. My mum has neat handwriting that I always admired as a child. We would try to plagiarise imitate her handwriting and signature. (Every kid does this, right?) Uhm, anyway. I think because of mum too, I had pretty neat handwriting and I always had diaries and journals; and my... Continue Reading →

My first love in 4th Grade

Who has not been guilty of this embarrassing yet adorable act of passing notes in class with the boy of your dream? (Yes, when you’re in elementary four, you thought you’re going to marry the boy of your dream, live in Connecticut and raise a perfectly-well-behaved twins, own a dog with a really cool name,... Continue Reading →

People Change. Memories Don’t.

(I found this unpublished draft in my blog recently, and so I thought I'd share it. I wrote this quite a while back actually. It's interesting to read what my younger-self was thinking.) So I was on my way back a couple of nights ago after a movie-night with my friend, and I was just... Continue Reading →

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