Upon nervously waiting for my job interview, I braced myself for questions such as “So, why do you want to work at our company?” and “What do you plan to do with your career?”. But lo and behold, I did not see this coming. I was in the midst of moving my life to Hong… Continue reading Entry 3: My first job interview in Hong Kong was a sexist one
Entry 2: Life goals for the anxious person
I write about my experience with anxiety, and neurosis in general. I am no psychiatrist, psychologist, or scholar. Just an anxiety-stricken person. If you’re an anxious person, or a person suffering from anxiety, one of your goals in life is probably to NOT be anxious. Funny enough, that only makes the anxiety worse as… Continue reading Entry 2: Life goals for the anxious person
I want my Polyvore back.
OH MY. Okay so I know I have been terrible not writing anything for the past month. When I came to check out my site today, I saw that POLYVORE HAS BECOME SSENSE??? THIS IS AN OUTRAGE. I was not aware of this at all and now I am devastated. I didn’t even get to… Continue reading I want my Polyvore back.
Entry 1: Why blogging is hard for me
Before the beginning of 2018, I kind of swore to myself that I would be less ‘lazy’ and more ‘proactive’ (read on to find out why these are in quotes) about the blog. For the past year, I’ve been struggling a little with what to write, how to write, and how much to write. Well, not… Continue reading Entry 1: Why blogging is hard for me
My maiden voyage to South Africa (Part II): He popped the question
This is the second part of my Maiden Voyage to South Africa series, where I share about my experience visiting the southern tip of the African continent for the very first time. Earlier on, I wrote about how I spent two chill days in lovely Cape Town cruising by car with my favourite person. In this… Continue reading My maiden voyage to South Africa (Part II): He popped the question