Monday, February 08, 2016

Chinese New Year song Gong Xi Gong Xi 新年歌 恭喜恭喜

Happy Lunar New Year!

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Media Invite: 2nd Visit to Alive Museum

This is my second visit to Alive Museum, grateful for this invite from Alive Museum again.

This round, I brought my little friend along with me. Her name is Janice. 

This is me doing my ballerina warm up

Having fun at the hip hop arena

This one reminds me of the ah do gen from the street fighter scene.

The next series of pictures are very appropriate for the month of February which is in line for valentine's day or proposal.  Just coincidentally, this year 人日 also fall on valentine's day.
First , we have love in the air 
Next, will it be a date at the park sitting on the bench?

For those who have been dating a long time , you might want to start your proposal here.

Guys out there might first save some money if they were to propose at this scene.

Lastly, the wedding night if it is to be held on valentine's day.

If you do not have much program during the chinese new year, just head on to the alive museum at suntec city.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Braised Celery - Healthy living

This dish I tried it out after googling from However, I did a tweak to the recipe.


1 bunch of celery that is cut in 4-inch pieces
1/2 a piece of the chicken cube
10g of butter ( I used the scs those is pre packed form)
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon of pepper
1 bowl of water
1 tablespoon of parsely

1.  Melt the butter

2. Arrange the celery in the skillet  and season it with salt and pepper.

3.Dissolve the chicken cube and pour the water in to boil

4.Cover the pot and bring it to boil over medium high heat.

5. Once the water boils, simmer it on low heat for half an hour.

Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Xmas

Have fun to all of you out there !! Blessed Xmas

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Tau Kwa Porridge

Ingredients( Serves 1)

1 piece of tau kwa -diced into small cubes
50g of dried shrimps
1 small shallot
100g of minced meat- to be marinated with corn flour, light soya sauce, a dash of pepper and sesame oil.

This tau kwa porridge is taught by my grandma. It is rather different from the normal porridge.

Steps on how to prepare

1. First you got to decide the number of people that you are cooking for then cook the porridge like the teochew style of porridge.

2. Pan fry the tau kwa till golden brown and then set aside

3. Stir fry the shallot with the dried shrimps till fragrant

4. Upon look that the porridge is boiling, make the minced meat into balls and put inside the porridge to cook.

5. Lastly, once the porridge is cooked put the tau kwa and dried shrimps into the porridge.

Note: if you don't feel that it is salty enough, you might want to add a bit of light soya sauce. I am fine with the saltiness.

Monday, November 23, 2015

My new hobby

Currently, the latest trend for adult hobby is doing the colouring to de-stress. I also hopped onto the bandwagon. For me, it was more of a kill my boredom during the weekends.

Here's the picture of my first colouring book.

I got it from times book shop and it is at $6.90 . For that , I would say that it is pretty decent for the designs that were printed on the book. Who would have thought of that the simple colouring stuff that we do when we were young enables us to de- stress and allows us to sleep earlier?

Friday, November 20, 2015

Home cooked fried carrot cake

Yesterday I tried cooking fried carrot cake for the first time. I actually got my inspiration from looking through all the photos that were posted on my face book. Hence,  I cooked it for lunch to share with my dad.

This recipe I got it from rasamalaysia . However, I do have a cheat step to do the frying easier.


1 carrot cake ( stir fry ) from ntuc

2 tbsp of chai por
2 cloves of minced garlic
2 tbsp of oil
2 eggs( put a bit of light soya sauce and pepper to beat)
1 tsp of fish sauce


1. Cut the carrot cake into cubes
2. fry the carrot cake till golden brown ( for me i dun prefer golden brown)
3. fry the garlic , chai por and carrot and put in the fish sauce
4. add in the eggs
5. add in the spring onion as garnishing

Monday, October 19, 2015

Noodle salad

Today I came home early from work. I decided to make something colourful and something which i had never tried doing that before which is noodle salad.


1 packet of myojo chicken abalone noodles
1 carrot
1 japanese cucumber
4 hotdogs or chicken franks
2 tablespoon of roasted sesame dressing.


1. Boil the water to cook the hotdogs
2. Meanwhile cut the carrot into strips and cucumber to slices
3. Once water is boiled , cook the hotdogs and remove the hotdogs once cooked.
4. Next , use it to cook the myojo chicken abalone noodles.
5. Drain off the water and use running tap water and ice water to cool the noodles.
6. Mix the ingredients and noodles together with the 2 tablespoons of roasted sesame dressing

Friday, October 16, 2015

My 34th birthday celebration

My 34th birthday was simple and quiet one. I had spent time with one of my best friend at my favourite cafe followed by visiting my grandma and cell group for the night. I brought the rainbow cake which i had with my friend for my celebration to let my grandma to try.I guess it was also her first time to try rainbow cake as well as salmon pie.

I was like totally overwhelmed that my cell leader and his wife baked a sea salt caramel brownie for me. Cos for me being the noti one in cell group I would not expect them to bake a cake for me. I know my cell leader cares for me yet somehow or rather i felt that it was hard to share things with him.

Here's the picture of my birthday cake

If  you are keen in trying the sea salt caramel brownie, do head over to the facebook page a slice of love to order one.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Post elections feelings of GE2015

Seriously, the feelings of the post election of GE2015 were of mixed feelings. Firstly, though PAP has won again there is still a sense of uncertainty of the future. My thoughts are would the newly elected members of the parliament be able to handle the work.

Secondly, would the policies be catered to be more for the poor and the lower middle income for the next few years? I would not deny that the foreign talents are willing to take in all the shitty jobs that we locals shun but there ought to be a need for minimum wage for the locals else we would not be able to sustain our basic living. If the cost of living is going higher, the poor and the lower middle income would not be able to sustain. It will end up the next general election for votes to be going more towards the opposition.

Thirdly, would fresh graduates be able to find job easily? Seriously, I found it hard for myself to find work in the field of psychology that I had study in university and had to find myself succumb back to those lowly paid admin jobs whereby the pay have been slashed down due to the influx of foreign talents. Would there be better accreditation in Singapore for the field of psychology so that we could practice elsewhere rather than only Singapore?

Fourthly, would the pap youth wing be able to able to produce better leaders so as to lead Singapore to SG100? Seriously, I worry on this cos I do not know if the young leaders from PAP would work hard to build on MR Lee Kuan Yew's legacy.

Last but not least, I do hope that the elected members of the parliament would work hard to build a better Singapore with better governance and that the country will continue to prosper.

Sunday, August 30, 2015



150g of sweet potato noodles or dried glass noodles
1 tablespoon of oil
3 cloves of minced garlic
150g of beef or chicken cut into very thin strips
1 tablespoon of sesame oil
2 tablespoon of light soya sauce
150g of  puay leng (spinach), leaves trimmed
2 carrots cut into match sticks
2 spring onions cut into short lengths
4 fresh shiitake mushrooms with stems trimmed and caps sliced
1 tablespoon of sugar
1 teaspoon of salt
1/2 teaspoon of ground black pepper
1 teaspoon of corn flour
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce mixed with water


1. First cut the chicken into thin slices and marinate with the corn flour, 1 teaspoon of  light soya sauce, a dash of pepper and 1 teaspoon of sesame oil.
2. Cut the carrots, mushrooms, spring onions.
3. Boil the water  and add the sweet potato noodles and cooked it till soft.  Once soft, drain off  the water and set aside.
4. Stir fry the garlic till golden brown and fragrant. Add in the chicken or beef, sesame oil  and 1 tablespoon of light soya sauce and stir fry till browned. Add the vegetables in to stir fry till tender.
5. Add in the glass noodles and toss well to combine the seasoning with the sugar, salt and remaining oyster sauce. Sprinkle with black pepper and serve hot .

** A note to take: this might be a bit bland for you guys out there  so adjust the seasoning accordingly. I try to cook as bland as possible for health sake of my family and friends.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Bodyweight Exercise - You Are Your Own Gym Novice Circuit Training

Previously, I was looking into some light exercise. Now I have decided to try out a mini circuit training at home. So this is the video I am going to use. So do share with me if the work out is working out for you as well.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Empowering Women on Money Sense Matters

As part of my routine for personal development that I aimed to bring forth to you people out there, I happened to chance upon Genecia's online webinars for women entrepreneurs via Facebook marketing ads.

I started to register for my first online webinar that is more catered to online pricing psychology for customers. I did learn a few things from the webinar. I would said that Genecia really did a very good job even though when she is sick at times to deliver an impactful content based webinar for us to learn from her. When I am writing this post, it was already my third week in following Genecia's online webinars. In fact, I applied on one of her techniques that were taught on the webinar. I saw a response immediately the next day. In fact, running a business without a mentor is hard. I learnt it in a hard way trying to find myself a suitable mentor throughout the time since the day I started my business.

Like myself, being wanting to be a women entrepreneur needs lots of courage and also support from like- minded people. To have a community of like- minded women entrepreneurs to come together to support one another and to learn from a successful women entrepreneur, we could have prevented ourselves from making mistakes that other people made before. What's more the trainer Genecia is willing to help to empower all the fellow women entrepreneurs. Seriously, I saw the effort that she put in to help those who attends her webinars.
Thus, I would like to encourage those who are interested in learning how to start your business to attend her Online webinars on Wednesday.

Here's the link to Genecia's write up:

To register for her online webinar, please register at

Do you let me know how we could support one by leaving your comments

Vocal group The Neales are keeping it in the family | Britain's Got Tale...

This is a nice clip which I watched on family performing together in such a warm manner. Spend time with your family.

Saturday, August 15, 2015

Cancellation of the make up class

It is disappointing to post that the make up is cancelled. It is the first time that I worked with a professional make up artist and the class has to be cancel due to the make up artist suffer an eye injury.

For those who are still keen on the make up workshop, please email me at

Meanwhile, I would just like to say to the make up artist Joyce get well soon ! Looking forward to really host a make up workshop at the best minimal cost to thank my readers.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Giveaway: Basic make up class with free stiff shoulder treatment for first 3 sign ups

This will be the first time I am doing a giveaway on make up class as I am collaborating with a professional make up artist to do it .

Course details will be :
- Identifying the colour of your foundation
- a day make up
-a night make up

Date:16th August 2015
Time: 2.30pm-5,30pm
Venue: 81 Macpherson lane  #01-53

Profile of Makeup Artist
Joyce Forensia is a certified Make Up Artist trained under Make Up Forever Pro Academy in Singapore, specializing in Beauty and Fashion make up.

With 6 years of experience in beauty blogging, Joyce Forensia was a two time finalist in the Singapore Best Beauty Blog Category under the Singapore blog awards back in 2011 and 2012. She has also hosted several workshops on Skin Care and Make up through her blogging journey.

Joyce Forensia aims to bring confidence to women by sharing her knowledge and professional skills.

Interested participants, what you can do is to email me at at $20  for the class with light refreshments. For those who register, there will be a free stiff shoulder treatment.

Sunday, August 09, 2015

Different skirt shapes

I hope this picture of different skirt shapes will help women out there to help to identify what will help them to look better according to their body shape.

For me , as I am a apple shape  I would choose skirts that are like A-line, straight and knife pleated.

Thursday, August 06, 2015

Media Invite: SG Eat With Us

As the #SG50 Jubilee Celebration continues throughout the month of August, how could we forget about something which will bind all of us together as Singaporeans which is home cooked local food.

I guessed the feeling of kampong spirit and home cooked local food are going to be lost soon if we do not do something about it.

I attended the official opening of this event by starting to have the biggest popiah party in Singapore book of records.

That is in the morning at ard 10.30am
Next, it was time to try out dishes from the 12 home cooked chefs

Madam Tee serves us her authentic xing hwa cuisine 

Cha Hoon(杂粉)
 Cha Hoon  is considered a poor man’s dish  as it is a dish where leftovers were put into a pot together with pumpkin and left to boil with bee hoon or mee sua in the olden days.  The dish picks up the leftover food thus ensuring no wastage.  However, I find it flavourful and suitable for the young and old.

Mdm Esther on the left sharing with us on her braised duck buns

I did not managed to get to taste the braised duck buns, so perhaps you guys can go try it out.

Lemongrass satay by Mdm Eliza

This dish is something which is quite innovative to use the lemongrass to be the stick holding on to the satay. The satay is made up of minced meat where it is marinated with herbs and spices. It is supposed to be eaten with the satay sauce dip.

Ms Cynthia from the baking biatch

Mango tofu cheesecake
The mango tofu cheese cake is something which is very light. Suitable for ladies who are scared to gain weight to consume.

Ngoh Hiang by Lim's and Lee's families

I would say this dish is best served hot.

Dhoklas by Maya Tekwani
Something unique and does not feel sinful after eating unless u are on a low carb high fat diet. It is not oily and leaves u craving for more.

Po Co Rice
 Unique version of popiah that is made from steamed grated coconut with rice and various food with it. Started by a burmese grandfather who prepared this dish as a form of food for the children

Inside of how the Po Co Rice looks like 

Ayam  Masak Merah 
This dish is done by Mdm Noridayu as a form of passing on the legacy of her mom. Something that money cannot buy,love can buy. No money can replace the mother's love for a child.

Laksa by Mdm Noorbee

For more information, check out the programme highlights  by heading to!sgeatwithus-celebrates-by-the-bay/ceya

Have fun spending your national day holidays at #SGeatwithus...

Tuesday, July 28, 2015


Today, I visited my friend to help her to do spa services for her back. Her kind daddy, uncle rocky made my favourite fried wantans for me to eat. Feel so blessed cos uncle rocky always make an effort to remember what is my favourite food when I have dinner at their place. Thanks uncle rocky for making the extra expensive fried wantans.