One Ring To Rule Them All. Or rather, in this case, I just want ONE device to capture all that I need whilst exercising. As shared earlier, I had discovered that running isn’t cheap – whilst it is relatively inexpensive in comparison with other sports such as wakeboarding and biking, my wallet feels the pinch … Continue reading What Price, Running? (2)
Whoever said running is free or cheap deserves a smack. A big one. In the space of just seven months I have bought the following: Mind you – missing from the photo is another pair of Newton Distance U, and it’s the exact same pair as the one in orange, and which I leave at … Continue reading What Price, Running?(1)
I am not by nature a violent person. Can’t tell, right? Clarence, my trainer at my gym, will attest to this. I am pretty much a wuss when confronted. It’s one thing to kick and punch pads; it’s another to hit a human. I am terrified of hurting anyone physically. Which makes it strange for … Continue reading Catharsis
There. I’ve done it. My first overseas run, Sentosa, notwithstanding. Which doesn’t count, by the way. This means the run list for this year would stand at: Terry Fox (15 Feb) 2XU Half ( 2 Mar) Run 350 Half (27 Apr) Green Corridor Run (18 May) Sundown Half (31 May) Pocari Sweat Run (8 Jun) … Continue reading I’m going to the Gold Coast (Half) Marathon!!!
There are so many reasons to love Bali. The food, the people, the standard of living. Everything. I very recently visited the island again (did two solo trips last year- once to Ubud in June, and the other in Seminyak in October.) but this time, traveled with two other friends. While I had a blast … Continue reading Bali bumming
So a couple of friends and I have embarked on a little project called #100happydays. The premise of this challenge is for one to take a picture of something that makes you happy, post the image on a social media platform, and repeat this for 100 days. So far it’s been Day 2. This exercise … Continue reading Being Happy
I was actually unsure about whether to make this post. Why, you may ask? Just look at the picture above, for starters, and you’ll know. I heard about this omakase place in Tras Street last June and wanted to check it out. And when I tried to make reservations I discovered to my horror the … Continue reading Teppei Restaurant: Possibly the worst kept secret in Singapore