Monthly Archives: November 2012

Nanowrimo – I did it!


In case you don’t know, Nanowrimo stands for National Novel Writing Month. The challenge is to complete a 50k words novel in the month of November. Like a beginner in a marathon, this is your own race. The good thing … Continue reading

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Dream V – Emotions by Temasek Polytechnic


Last Friday, my friend P, who works in Temasek Polytechic (TP) invited me to this ‘musical’. I had initially declined because I really did not want to drive to the other side of the island during peak hours to attend a school … Continue reading

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Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff…and it’s all small stuff by Richard Carlson, PH.D


I found this book while clearing my son’s old books for donation. I took the finding as a sign at I should read it. The fact that it’s divided in 100 short chapters makes this an easy read. The headings … Continue reading

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Pick up that litter, Singapore!


I try to pick up any litter I see along the road when I jog. This can be really disrupting especially when I find myself not running, but bending over ever so often to pick up trash every few steps instead. In times like … Continue reading

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Keeping Singapore Clean – Is it possible?


I don’t know if its coincidental, or just that everybody has had enough of seeing the terrible state of cleanliness in Singapore. I am seeing more actions in the press and around my neighbourhood. Suddenly, I get telephone calls from … Continue reading

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Argo – Movie Review


If not for the free tickets I had won from New Paper, I wouldn’t have chosen to watch this movie, but I am glad I was given this opportunity. I had trouble remembering the name of the movie title. I asked my … Continue reading

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Lawry’s The Prime Rib – A Review


The last time I visited Lawry’s, they were still at Paragon. Now, they are located opposite from their old place, in the swanky Mandarin Gallery. Bee knows I love my beef and decided to give me a birthday treat there. The … Continue reading

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