I’ve been feeling rather annoyed these days, it seems everyone wants a shortcut to everything. A quicker faster route to work, a shortcut to a great career, a shortcut to a good body or even meeting someone. We keep idolising success and want to fast track our journey because we see others around us in […]
Lately, I’ve had different girls talk to me about the same topic, sex. While some of my friends are happily married, some of them are still single playing the field, and the rest are just playing everyone in the field! As women in our late 20’s – early 30’s, the idea of dating, hooking up and looking for the […]
I’ve been meaning to write about my father’s recent visit in KL but since Father’s Day is just around the corner, I thought I would pen down a little ode to my botak buddy, whom I call pops.
My dear, sweet, not-so innocent Sarah. 10 years ago, meaning January 2005, you’re just finishing your second year at Ryerson, falling madly in love with a guy that you think you’ll marry. You think most of your life will be spent in Canada but you have no idea that things will change so quickly in […]
This post is really a tribute to my Canadian upbringing while realizing the more I try to be “Asian”, the more I’m not. I’ve been having revelations about myself recently. Actually, it stems from my bff T who’s been going through her “I’m American” phase that has started to make me question my own identity. […]
The most annoying thing which I hate to hear is when people say “…but you’re famous”. As if fame supercedes everything in life and all logic. There are a series of expectations that go hand-in-hand with that phrase which sometimes I don’t understand. So imma break it down:
Feb 15-My mother visits Malaysia once every five years from Vancouver. This visit she spends her first Chinese New Year with our Tan family after missing the festivities for over 20+ years. This Saturday morning, she opened the door at 8am and showing me the outfits she’s deciding on for Reunion dinner; she’s as much anxious as she […]
Take a look at my journey with Beverly Wilshire Medical Centre. Last month, I gave CoolSculpting a try. For those of you who don’t really know what that means, CoolSculpting is a non-surgical fat reduction technology which gently and effectively targets the fat cells underneath the skin while leaving the skin itself unaffected.
Selfie-culture is a little annoying nowadays, wouldn’t you agree? I don’t think one needs to “selfie” unless its to serve the purpose of your clients, sponsors and other contractual agreements.
Hellllloooooo 2015! This year is a brand new year and I’ve got a brand new motto! As you can tell from the title of this post, it is Connect/Kinect. This year I want to focus on developing my relationships and connecting with people on a more personal level. Connections are about meeting places, common ground and […]