2020 The Year of Enterprise
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
2020 The Year of Enterprise


I've always wanted to run my own art studio and this is the year to do it. In the coming weeks or days I'll be launching my Etsy shop where I'll be selling all my handmade goods. It's a labor of love and hard work and I hope you guys will enjoy it as much as I do.

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Top 5 Books of 2019
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Top 5 Books of 2019


It's that time of the year again where I select my top 5 books of the year. This year I have read 95 book!  The most number of books I have read in my life. It's pretty amazing. I enjoyed a lot of poetry this year and I wonder how that will change in 2020. But without further a do,  here are my top 5 books of 2019.

1. Becoming by Michelle Obama (Hands down the best book I've read this year. What strike me the most is how raw and honest she is about how she feels to be on the spotlight, on finding her place, of being a woman along side her husband. Highly recommend this to everyone.)

2. Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino (Beautifully written and it has all the feels I needed in a book. I remember just enjoying this and I can't put it down. It was that good. Worth a reread.)

3. Please Don't Go Before I Get Better by Madisen Kuhn (A poetry written by a young lady that is so raw and real.)

4. The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse by Charlie Mackesy (Everyone should read this! It's a quick read but it's magical and it makes you think about life too.)

5. Unfiltered by Lily Collins (I'm surprise by how much I enjoy this book. Perhaps because I can relate to her a lot and her book resonates with me.)

If you want to read about my past top books here are the links. 2018 - Goodreads
2017 - Goodreads2016  - Goodreads 2015 - Goodreads2014 - Goodreads.


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A Look Back On 2019
Friday, December 27, 2019
A Look Back On 2019


2019 has been the most life changing year for me so far. I got married, left Singapore and moved to London for good. These dreams; the biggest dreams I have since I was young was granted, gifted, blessed with. 2019 has taught me that dreams do come true and all you have to do is listen and follow your heart. It always knows, it just does. Thank you 2019 for this wonderful year and I'm looking forward to welcoming 2020. Also here are more highlights of 2019.

1. Went to Hong Kong for Valentines Day.
2. Went back to Manila and my parents met my boyfriend (now husband) and we got engaged.
3. Moved out of our apartment in Potong Pasir last March.
4. My husband (bf then) moved to London in April.
5. We had our first long distance for 7 months.
6. I moved back to my sister.
7. Saw Baby Seby grew up for a while.
8. I got married last August
9. Got my UK visa last September
10. Left Singapore and moved to London in November.
11. Spend my first Christmas in London.

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A Week In London
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
A Week In London



It's been a week since I moved to London and I've seen more places than the last time I visited. I have a much different perspective of this city now that I'm older and no longer a tourist. It's true what they say, living in London is far different from being a tourist. I observed things, experienced things and I understood why there is no other city greater than London.

This city is everything. They make it easy for people to be eat healthy, offers so many options to the public; from museums, art, food to music. Life is in London and here I am living it.

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Thank You Singapore
Thursday, October 31, 2019
Thank You Singapore

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Okay this is giving me goosebumps. I may not have written an entry when I first moved to Singapore in 2009 but I did wrote an entry when I moved to a new apartment in 2011. It's been a decade and I can't believe I'm still writing my thoughts here. And honestly I don't plan to stop anytime soon, though I am thinking of starting an art journal, still I won't abandon this.

I'm moving to London next week and tomorrow is officially my last day of work! Wow I'm just having a flashback on my time in this country. I lived here for a decade and that saids something. This is the place where I:

- First dreamed to move to another country
-  Married the love of my life
- Got my first full time job
- Bought my first designer bag - Philip Lim Pashli 
- Went to Europe for the first time. London to be exact 
- Lived on my own then later moved in with my boyfriend who is now my husband.
- Worked for a big company
- Really got into fitness
- Stopped eating meat and so much more.

Thank you Singapore for the dreams, for the love of my life and for leading me to London. I'm forever thankful for all of these wonderful, memorable and life changing experience.

Goodbye Singapore. I will see you another time.



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