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  • Be Inspired and Plan this February

    My year has begun very slowly so I decided it was time to do something about it. Since I started a Bullet Journal late last year, I’ve been inspired by all the wonderful designs and spreads that have been done by other “Bullet Journal Junkies” (as we are called). I thought if...
  • The DIY Journal

    Do you groan out aloud or roll your eyes when your child puts “Journal” on her wish list? Well I d0…especially when it says “Journal from Kikki K” and costs upwards of £15. Then there’s the novelty of writing and decorating that pretty journal with its oh-so-pretty pages that only...
  • How Advent Calendars Became More Than Just Chocolate

    A few years ago, I crazily decided to swap chocolate Advent Calendars for the Lego Advent Calendar. I cannot remember exactly, the reasons why, but I think it might have been geographical! The humidity and heat of Singapore didn’t allow for the storage of chocolate, unless it was kept in...
  • A Novice’s Guide: Making Your Own Sourdough Bread at Home

    We had brought sourdough starter over with us about 5 years ago. We got our starter from my husband’s brothers who have their own business in Australia making the best sourdough pizzas from their custom-made, wood-fired oven. (Well worth a try if you’re in Sydney – they cater and will...
  • Yoga IS for everyone

    Following my previous article, I have had many people saying that yoga isn’t really something that they thought about doing. I’ve heard everything from both ends of the spectrum. From “it’s too hard” to “it’s too easy for me” or “I like to work hard and sweat not just relax and stretch”...
  • Being a Yoga Teacher was Not my Goal, Yet Here I Am

    From a young age I have always loved any sort of sport and exercise so when it was time to go to university, it was a no brainer that I chose a degree in the science and management of health and fitness. Following university I worked in health clubs designing and managing their fitness...
  • Ribbon Garland Pinks and Blues

    Super Easy DIY Ribbon Garland

    My Miss 9 wanted pink walls… After a summer of painting my summerhouse and shed (no mean feat, I might add – who knew that the base coat for anything outdoors would be so thick and heavy!?), a discarded wheelbarrow for planting herbs, some picture frames and a (yet unfinished)...
  • West Coast Dog Run Singapore

    Doggie Day Out

    Is your beloved pooch giving you those sad puppy eyes (yes, you know that look!) and making you feel guilty every time you leave the house without him? If you’re one of those people who can’t bear to be parted from your pooch for long periods of time (I’m...
  • Adopt a Dog through Save Our Streets Adoption

    Rescue Me: Dog Adoption in Singapore

    I admit it – I’m a crazy dog lady! This ‘craziness’ has always been there – since I was a little girl – but it went up a few notches when Hubby and I adopted a dog we re-named Pinot Grigio. When we decided we were ready to bring...

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