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Tuesday, 12 November 2013


And so a couple of months ago, I gained a horrific amount of weight. 

 Most polite people around me said they weren’t able to see much difference but trust me, I gained it.

So, I went about trying to lose it. I used to do pump on Tuesday, yoga on Thursday, my own workout on Saturday and a run on Sunday of about 3-5km. I also embarked on eating clean and would make my own salads in office almost daily. 

I also drank my water w lemon, added chia seeds to my oatmeal and did everything I’ve read about which said I would lose my weight. Sadly, I didn’t. Not even 0.5kg. BUT, never give up was my belief! I couldn’t just STAY fat right? SO, I decided I was doing something wrong. 

I changed my regime to my own 1.5hr workout in the gym on Tuesdays, spin on Wednesday, yoga on Thursday, Spin on Friday, gym/bikram on Saturdays and 5km run on Sundays! And it worked! I’ve lost 3kg in a span of a month! 

So anyway, before I get too carried away, what I’m trying to say here is there is no fixed schedule for every person. Everyone’s body responds differently to different exercises. I tried many different combinations and finally found the one that worked, so never give up. Just keep trying and you will find the combination that works for you!

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

BRAND’S® InnerShine® RubyCollagen

A couple of weeks ago, Tian invited me to go for a BRANDS event with her at Mandarin Oriental. I jumped  at the chance for 2 reasons:
1.       I’ve been taking BRANDS essence of chicken since I was a kid and its always worked
2.       I got married at Mandarin Oriental
It was a lovely sunshiney day and we were all smiles as we took the day off from work and had the pleasure of attending such an awesome event.
When I was young, although my mother being Irish, strongly believed in BRANDS essence of chicken to replenish my strength after being sick and for exams time to keep up my strength. Although I never really liked the taste, I knew it was good. I guess the best proof of its effectiveness came when I took  my O levels. Before each paper, I would gulp a bottle of chicken essence right before entering the hall. I did really well and I attributed a part of that to my essence of chicken, it seemed to make me more alert and better able to remember all that I’d mugged.
Anyway, over the years, BRANDS came up with more and more products and the next one I began taking was the Birds Nest. Its really convenient as it comes in a bottle and all you had to do was snap the bottle open, no boiling, cleaning and washing up necessary!
Back to the event, the event was for BRANDS new product, Ruby Collagen.
The event was held at the outside area and the food was by Dolce Vita. I had the fish and it was amazing! Im definitely gonna return to Dolce Vita for my next occasion.
Juanita Simon hosted the event and she’s still so beautiful after so many years. She used to be my idol when I was younger cos I felt I could relate to her with her being Pan Asian and being so tall. (Yes, I had issues accepting my height when I was younger)

The product comes in 2 forms:
1.       Essence ( bottle form)
2.       Essence Strip (jelly form)
It’s recommended that you take 2 strips a day or one bottle and after meals. They both taste great, but for convenience sake I prefer the strip, its like dessert after my meal. I swear its super yummy cos its infused with pomegranate.
RubySignature formula defies the ageing process by performing a vital triple action of:
1.       SUPPLY collagen to maintain skin’s suppleness and elasticity
2.       PROTECT against collagen degradation
3.       DELIVER collagen, oxygen and other nutrients to skin cells
I used to take Collagen tablets before this but they gave me a headache but I have experienced ZERO side effects with this Ruby Collagen.  The number of benefits of collagen are just mind blowing and I can really see a huge difference in  my skin. Its more plumped up and a lot less dry than it used to be. These are the other benefits of collagen:

·         Helps you look younger
·         Scars on the skin heal faster
·         Reduces the appearance of cellulite
·         Relieves aches and pains cos it rebuilds cartilage in the joints
·         Builds muscle tone
·         Nails and hair grow faster and healthier
And these are just to name a few. So come on, try it. I swear it works, I tried it and I can see and feel the difference. Take a bottle of ruby essence daily for 6 weeks and you’ll be able to see it yourself.

It costs $57 for a box of 10 bottles and $36 for 10 strips of Ruby Collagen! I highly recommend the strips cos of the convenience it offers!

Monday, 15 April 2013

The Magic Combination

I know of a lot of people who have been working out regularly but still don’t see any results no matter how hard they try.

The reason for this could be one of many, your body could be too used to the type of exercise you’re doing e.g. running or your nutrition is all wrong.

I’ve always had a very strong interest in health and nutrition and am always reading up and talking to people who are experts in this matter.

Today, I’d like to summarise everything I’ve learnt and hopefully, this will help you guys in one way or another.
1.Exercise before breakfast

I know that this is relatively hard to do as waking up even 5 minutes earlier than you need to in the morning is a real chore. 

However, it is actually the best time to exercise and also the time where the body burns the most amount of fat. The reason for this is because, when you exercise before breakfast, your stomach is empty, your body only has the excess fat to burn and not the food that hasn’t been digested which happens when you exercise perhaps at lunch. What you’re burning is probably your breakfast and it’s unlikely that the excess fat will get a hit at all. Try sleeping an hour earlier so you can get up an hour earlier and maximise your workout!
2.Eat the right foods

I feel a lot of people don’t have the right knowledge about food. Most would think that eating wheat bread is healthy; in fact this is not true. Wheat is processed flour and is hard to digest which in turn causes bloating. An example of wheat bread would be the Sunshine Softmeal bread, while it is of course better than eating white bread, you should still opt only for whole GRAIN bread.  If possible, try substituting everything to whole grain foods; pasta, rice, noodles. It also keeps you full for a longer period of time resulting in you eating less.

Another excellent type of food, and which I notice more are starting to take is flax seeds. They actually lower body fat and are very high in fibre which, like whole grains, keep you full for longer and aid in digestion.  Flax seeds are usually eaten in cereal and oats.

The next would be berries. As we all know, all berries contain high levels of antioxidants and are extremely good for our health. Further studies have shown that, in particular, red and blue colored berries are the most effective in burning fat! So, come on go grab them strawberries NOW!

At around 4pm on most days, I find myself getting peckish and I’ve noticed the same with the people around me. A lot resort to buying a slice of cake, grabbing a curry puff, having a bao. These foods are all processed and high in fat. The best thing to snack on and to keep handy in the office would be YOGHURT! Any flavour of yoghurt is fine but make sure to buy low or no fat!

3. A combination of exercise

Focusing on just one type of exercise is NOT going to get you the body you want. It’s convenient, but after awhile the results are just gonna plateau.  To lose weight and to CONTINUE losing weight, your body needs a combination of cardio and strength training exercise. A lot of girls are under the misconception that weights will make them bulky. Carry light weights, when you use the machines at the gym, set it at 30-50 pounds. Of course, if you lift heavy weights, your legs and arms will get bulky and that is something most girls don’t want! Why we need to do some weights is cos the more muscle the body has, the more calories your body burns, EVEN WHEN YOU’RE NOT EXERCISING!! This is something cardio CANNOT achieve.

Findings from a two year long study conducted by the University of Otago found that women who participated in yoga, positive visualisation and meditation ended up losing more weight than those who only focused on exercising and nutrition. After two years, those women ended up losing 2.5kg!

This is why, its best to do a combination of exercise, you will definitely see the results you desire!

And to end this, the best thing you can do for your body is to drink LOADS of water. Minimum of 8 glasses a day. Water curbs hunger and helps in water retention. A lot of the time when you THINK you’re hungry, you’re actually just dehydrated!

Tuesday, 2 April 2013


Hello all! I'd temporarily lost my inspiration to inspire with the information I come across but I suddenly remembered I’d always been meaning to blog about…. Cinnamon.
I honestly don’t know any girl who doesn’t want at some point of her life to lose more weight. And I’m always on the lookout for the easiest ways to do so. So I was really happy when I stumbled upon an article somewhere regarding how cinnamon can really give your metabolism boost and in turn help us lose fat.
According to the U.S. Agricultural Research Service, Cinnamon is one spice that increases your metabolism twentyfold — and all you have to ingest is a mere 1/4 to 1 tsp per day!
“Cinnamon contains a compound that helps break down the resistance of fat cells to the action of insulin. It works with the enzymes in your body to make glucose available to cells as a source of energy.”
Pretty interesting huh? I incorporate cinnamon in my diet the easy way, I add cinnamon to my tea and coffee, to my oats, to my sandwich when I’m having mashed banana on toast; there are SO many ways you can consume it and it adds a really nice flavour as well! So hey! Go grab a bottle of cinnamon powder now! You can find it at any supermarket. J

You’re welcome: D

Wednesday, 20 March 2013


Yesterday I attended the SK2 It Guy and Girl Event with Tian Tian. I’ve always had a strong interest in skincare and I believe good skin is only attainable if you take care of yourself on both the outside and in which you can probably tell from one of my first posts on supplements.

I’ve been using SK2 for about 4 years now. I can’t say I’ve been diligent in using it cos I haven’t. I always tend to slack for awhile, see my skin condition diminishing and start again. However, after this event, I feel “re-inspired” to continue my skin care diligently, especially at night when absorption is at its highest.
And so we arrived at Isetan Shaw at 7pm and saw a bunch of bloggers and media personnel around this booth they had set up for the event, so we knew we were at the right place! We received a goodie bag containing their famous product, Facial Treatment Essence, for both men and women! So YAY for Nick, he got a bottle too! This is the first SK2 product I started using and I have to say, it IS amazing. I can’t say the same about the smell, but hey! Good skin is more important right?  It lightens and evens out the complexion and if used on a daily basis, you can achieve that transparent look which I am working towards. I have a friend that’s used SK2 daily for years and her skin is indeed transparent and radiant ALL THE TIME.
There was a cool photobooth available and of course we had to get our pictures taken right? ;)

We were given drinks and some canap├ęs and were then invited to the main event hosted by Valerie Lim, last years Miss Singapore Universe,which revealed the new IT guy and girl for SK2; who were Utt and Sara Wee respectively.

I actually hadn’t heard of Sara Wee until yesterday but yes, she definitely has good skin. I was peering at her and I couldn’t see a single wrinkle, and her skin seems really plumped up. She mentioned that her “miracle” product was the Stem Treatment. I went to ask the sales assistant about this product, and there are 2 kinds of stem treatment moisturisers:
1.       Stempower Rich Cream
2.       Stempower

At our age, we should use the Stempower. The rich cream is apparently meant for matured skin and of course, as the name suggests, is richer. I asked for a sample of the stempower so I could experience its magic ;)
Sara is actually a singer at some places in Singapore including Timbre. She sang 3 songs for us that night and boy, is her voice beautiful. It was just her, the microphone and a guitar but it was so nice to listen to. I’ve always envied people that can sing that well.
Tian and I proceeded to the counter to do our skin analysis as we were really curious as to what age our skin really was! They have this really high resolution camera which they use and take a picture of the “worst” skin of your skin and then analyse your skin based on that. The higher the score, the better. As long as you’re over 50% you’re pretty much in the clear.
So I went first, and this is the snapshot of my skin and the results:

They do an analysis on 5 factors:
1.       Texture
2.       Firmness
3.       Wrinkle Resilience
4.       Spot Control
5.       Radiance

My problem area where I only scored 59% was the texture refinement, which didn’t surprise me. I can see for myself that my skin texture isn’t great. One brilliant product for this is the SK2 Cellumination Essence. I have a bottle at home which I hardly use but when I do use it, I can really see a difference. My wrinkles were from the laugh lines near the cheek area and a few at the side of the eyes which is apparently very normal. What did scare me though, was the spot control. When they say spots, they mean brown spots. My “spot” age was 20 but I saw that I had quite a lot of spots under my skin that would come out with age if I don’t take care of my skin now! The solution is to counter this is to always slap on that sunblock before leaving the house! This IS something I do religiously but only in the past few months. I’m really tempted to buy the SK2 Whitening Spot Treatment which helps to lighten scars from the last 3 months as well as to prevent further spots from emerging.  This skin analysis is available to anyone, so if you want to try it, stop by any SK2 counter, it’s really informative as well an eye opener.
All in all, it was a fantastic evening. We met Yina, whom we’ve known for YEARS but have never seen in real life (and I forgot to take a pic using my phone!!) We spoke to Utt and had our pictures taken with him and I got to spend my evening with my good friend, Tian Tian! Happy day J

Sunday, 3 March 2013

My Driving Adventure

In August last year I decided it was finally time for me to take my driving license, I had meant to for years but kept procrastinating which is why last year I set out to do a few things and I’m happy to say I’ve achieved most of them.
I chose to take my class 3 at BBDC because I like how the school conducts lessons, in a systematic and gradual way unlike private instructors who tend to miss out some stuff. I find that in the school, I learn everything and if the instructor feels you didn’t understand that lesson, he wouldn’t pass you. It might seem like a waste of money at the time, but when it’s time for your TP test, you will be grateful for it.
Upon my enrolment, I booked immediately for basic theory lessons. There are 2 classes which are mandatory, after which you do some practice sessions of the test questions followed by an evaluation which is a must to pass or you won’t be allowed to take the basic theory test! I did 2 practices and 2 evaluations cos I wanted to be totally ready and I passed my basic theory test on the first attempt. I followed the same for my final theory and passed with a full score that time!
I enjoyed all my driving lessons immensely and would really look forward to each lesson. In BBDC, you would be assigned to a group of instructors. My group had 8 people. They all had their own way of teaching and I really benefited from that. You can choose to fix one instructor at an additional cost but I liked that I could learn something from all of them. I also really enjoyed knowing all their stories and had a lovely chat each time I went for lesson which is 1 hour and 40 minutes at a go!
I’m getting to what I guess most people would wanna know before enrolling, how much would it cost? I believe I spent just about the minimum cos I failed only one lesson and managed to pass 2 lessons at a go on some days, so this is it. I’d say it’s an excellent investment and the joy you get from passing is nothing compared to that of a buying a new bag which is big coming from me!! haha. You feel such a sense of achievement that after about 6 months of hard work, you reap a positive result.

If you go for lessons twice a week, you would be able to finish in less than 6 months. Before you can start driving, you would need to apply for a PDL (provisional Driving License) which only lasts 6 months. I completed mine with 15 days to spare! Should you need to extend it, it would cost $25 to renew.
And I chose to take a manual license, it might be more difficult but that’s how you feel that true sense of achievement upon passing. I had to go for a mandatory auto lesson and while of course it was fun cos you only need to control the accelerator and brake, I would say it’s much more fulfilling to take a manual license. And with a manual license, you can drive both an auto and manual car so 2 for the price of one!
So for anyone thinking of taking your license, I’d say go for it! good luck!

Monday, 4 February 2013

Chinese New Year 2013! Year of the Snake

Is everyone prepared for CNY this year? Today is the first day of the year of the snake and according to fengshui, you're supposed to wear a red top and walk into a bank and deposit some money into your account! I dont know how much of this I actually believe, but hey! worth a try right? Doesnt cost a thing anyway! :)

I started early this year! I didnt intend to buy new cheongsams but I did anyway. I love how close CNY and Christmas are because the feeling of festivity just doesnt end.

I miss the times in Primary school when during our art lessons we used to make all kinds of lanterns to decorate the classroom. I remember folding all the ang pow packets to make fish and hexagon shaped lanterns.

Now, CNY just means food and more food for most! I always get my pineapple tarts from the same place, Cedele. Not only because its healthy, but they really are the best in my opinion! The other good place is Mirana Cake House.

I haven't got down to the spring cleaning bit yet but I'm really excited about my cheongsams!

There are predictions for each animal as well, and if mine holds any truth then I'm really excited for this year but then again I believe you make your own good fortune through hardwork.

Thursday, 31 January 2013


For as long as I can remember, I’ve suffered from dark eye rings and ths line/wrinkle which surrounds that entire dark eye circle. I’ve tried numerous creams, some have worked to an extent but nothing got rid of them EXCEPT acupuncture.
Many years ago, I went to this acupuncture clinic to seek treatment for my skin cos I was 19 and suffering acne and at the same time, the lady treated my dark eye rings. I went every week for a couple of months, and true enough, that line was gone and so was the darkness. However, I couldn’t keep up with the cost which is why I stopped and the dark eye rings came back after a few months. So, should you want to start this treatment, its something that needs to be upkept.  I guess it would make the most sense for brides to be to seek it as it’s the most important you look good on the day itself.
The acupuncturist inserts tiny needles into different parts of the face, which is said to harmonize energy flow. I remember a needle is inserted into the middle of the forehead which is said to be the most effective point.

The treatment stimulates muscles which makes the skin tighter hence the reduction of the line under the eye.

This is a picture of my current state, I will be re-starting this acupuncture and will update along the way.

"At the end of 12 sessions, you can expect to see a tighter jawline, taut facial skin, diminished jowls, reduced wrinkles and lifted eyelids," says Dr Chapman-Dunn.

Wednesday, 30 January 2013

Laneige Power Essential Skin Refiner Sensitive

I've always used the Avene toner since I have very sensitive skin but I've found lately that its a bit too sticky and I dont like that feeling on my face after I've just washed it. So, since I have very sensitive skin I decided to try this toner given that I use the sleeping pack and my skin doesnt seem to have any allergic reaction to it.

This is what its supposed to do:

- Soothes sensitive and stressed skin and gently exfoliates excess keratin without irritation for healthy skin with fragrance-free, alcohol-free and color-free system
- Bio Dusali, extracted from fermented seaweed with strong energy of life, supplies energy to the skin and promotes keratin turnover, while the Hyacinth extracts purify the skin from heavy metal, smog, and other harmful materials to leave the skin moist and transparent.
- Rice bran extracts with outstanding skin soothing and moisturizing effects along with a highly skin-friendly high-molecular moisture barrier provides sufficient moisturization and healthier skin condition

I've used it now for a week and I can definitely see a difference in my skin, its much smoother and the small spots I had before are gone. It absorbs really well into the skin and leaves absolutely NO residue on the face so this has got to be by far, the best toner I've ever used. I'm typically very lazy and dont even use toner on most days but since I received this, I've  been using it religiously day and night.

So for anyone with sensitive skin, this is for you!

Thursday, 24 January 2013

are we forcing ourselves to grow old too fast?

A meaningful forwarded msg..

I was at a party recently where I spoke to a guy about his job. Having recently graduated college and settled into a rather prestigious career field, he mentioned that, though the money was good, the actual job itself was kind of draining. He wasn’t sure if it was for him, and had long since stopped enjoying it, but doubted he could do much better. It’s the kind of field where you work extremely long hours, especially when you’re new, and don’t get a whole lot in the way of recognition. As the party was beginning to heat up and we all decided to take some shots, he declined and said that he needed to go home on a weekend, at just before midnight. When we teased him, he reminded us with a bit of a sigh, that “his crazy party days were behind him.” This is a guy who was once preceded by the reputation of being the life of every party, who now eschewed going out for the most part because he’s “too old for it.”
He’s 24.
And this is far from being a unique case. Even a brief trip around Facebook to take a look at people you rarely talk to anymore can confirm that, in their early-to-mid twenties, people are already settling into careers they rather dislike, staying with the same person they’ve been with for years even though they’ve occasionally voiced their desire to see elsewhere, giving up on dreams of travel or adventure, and deciding that they are now “too old” to enjoy the occasional real party. There are even those who have transformed from party girl to sanctimonious mommy whose life is now “so meaningful,” all at the ripe old age of 24. Beyond giving up on the crucial time for experimentation, there are those who openly look down upon the people whose careers have yet to really be selected, who are traveling the world, who are remaining steadfastly single essentially, anyone who is taking their twenties to make the mistakes they may not be able to make in the future.
Of course, we all know people who have been rather “serious” their entire lives, who have always gone home early from parties, turned down offers of travel and experimentation, and have chosen the straight-and-narrow. But what’s crucially different about them is that that is just who they are. They enjoy the safe, the familiar, the reliable and frankly, we need people like that. There’s nothing wrong with those who have always been, in some way or another, an “old soul.” But the people to whom I am referring here are those who feel, whether through societal pressure or their own sense of competition, the need to grow up far too quickly. They have put some kind of social premium on keeping jobs they hate simply to say they are on a good career path, on cutting adventure nearly completely out of their lives, on settling down into a relationship that may not be right for them simply to avoid being alone at too “sad” an age.
As you begin to enter the world of social media and peer interaction where a huge amount of everything people your age have to say has to do with how much they love their significant other, how stressful their job is, how drinking is now too much for them, or the various dimensions of their children’s excrement, it can feel incredibly stifling. You have this sudden urge to yell at the top of your lungs, “Is this all we have left to talk about?!” And it is certain that behind these people who’ve chosen such “stable” life paths in their early-to-mid twenties, there are often parents and competitive peers who nod in approval and muse on how much more “adult” they are, but at what price? Do we not owe it to ourselves to make the decisions and mistakes that we want to, while we have the youth and the means with which to do it? Should we force ourselves into a job we dislike or a relationship that doesn’t fit us to fill out some model of adulthood we’re not even sure we want?
I have been to brunches and happy hours amongst acquaintances who, at the tender ages of 23-25, will spend the entire time talking about their problems at work and their desire find a bigger apartment. It’s almost like watching a bunch of children put on their parents’ clothes and shoes and shuffle around the house like grown-ups, a kind of caricature of boring adulthood. It’s hard not to see your life flashing before your eyes at moments like this, a chilling feeling that if, in the dawn of your adult life, you’ve already limited your conversation topics to the rigors of responsibility and commitment, things can’t get too much better from here. Not when the people who choose an alternative lifestyle or follow their dreams, even while clearly young enough to do so, are spurned and mocked by these peers as being “irresponsible,” or “immature.” Not when conversations of sex, politics, art, culture, or even the weather have been replaced by a comparing of notes about the varying degrees of adulthood one has attained.
We live in a world now where we can see our generation’s successes and failures in real time. We know what every friend and acquaintance is doing, we know where they live, we know how things are working out for them. And though we no longer have the intense societal pressure to marry and spawn, as well as have a good job and own a house all by your late twenties, we have an enormous amount of pressure we put on ourselves. In many ways, this constant comparison to those around us has replaced the traditional rules of becoming an adult, and now these restraints and objectives are ones we largely put on ourselves. “If my friends are all getting boring 9-5 jobs and settling down right now,” we think, “I’d better be doing it, too.” But few things are more disheartening than watching someone so young actively put aside the things they long to see and do in this world for a perfect, adult kind of happiness that they’re not even sure exists. Don’t we owe it to ourselves to live life, and above all, be young, on our own terms? Who is telling us what to do anymore, and more importantly, why are we listening?

Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Intimates Shoot!

One fine day, Veron buddy asked us if we wanted to do a photoshoot, all of us being the ever enthusiastic people we are all agreed excitedly and before we knew it, 12 January was here.
We decided to do a color theme of cobalt so that we could wear our matching necklaces for the shoot.
So bright and early at 11am on a Saturday morning, we had our very first friendship shoot! It was just SO fun and I remember loads of laughing. The photographer assigned to us was a poly student (omg felt so old) and was really nice and engaging and made us feel really comfortable the whole time. The sun was shining bright and it was super hot but none of that mattered when the company was so awesome!! I’ve said it before but I will say it again, this group of girls are the most spontaneous and fun girls I’ve ever met! I did buy a groupon before for a previous group of friends but it never materialised. I look forward to our HK trip which is gonna be awesome too!!!
Some shots from the day, I couldn’t save many cos of my low phone memory but I’m sure the raw pics will be out soon!

Thursday, 3 January 2013

First Online Purchase!

I told myself that this year I would try not to shop as much I did before but I’ve been eyeing this dress and it came back in stock in my size after me refreshing the page a million times! I used to love FCUK a couple of years ago when they still had the store in Wisma so I'm elated to get this!
I’m hoping it will arrive before next Friday cos there’s something awesome happening on 12 January! I can’t wait!!!!

Wednesday, 2 January 2013

A lookback at 2012 and hello 2013!

2012 was a helluva trying of a year. I thought 2008 was bad but 4 years later, it proved worse. But instead of harping on the bad things, I choose to be thankful for the good. I am not someone who has a large of network of friends because I don't believe in quantity over quality.

In the year of 2012, I made friends with a group of 6 girls. It’s pretty amazing to find a group of friends who have such similar interests and get along so well despite being from different backgrounds. I am grateful to God for putting them in my lives because they have filled that void in me that was lacking and that is to have a solid group of girl friends who genuinely love each other. I don't think I've met friends who will bother to buy me vitamins/lozenges when I'm sick ever in my life. I'm very used to being the one who takes care of people so I feel so touched deep down inside to this friend.

I ended 2012 seeing a friend I love so much get married and to someone I know as long as I know Nick. I couldn't have spent Christmas Eve in a better way!

And I ended the year with a bang. The trip was just mentioned casually between YT and I and BOOM tickets and hotel booked. I love that I've finally found a friend like this cos I've had so many wishy washy ones who have told me see-how so many times I've given up asking. YOLO.. So don't think too much into stuff and be spontaneous.

I wish for a happier 2013 and the best thing that could happen this year would be to get a house. It’s been a lifelong dream. Secondly, I want to work out more like how I used to in 2011. I don’t want to be overly ambitious so that’s all for now!

Have a smashing 2013 all and remember… You Only Live Once