Musings: My Day Off

Musings: My Day Off

I took the day off on Monday to decompress and basically do nothing. It started with a massage at Spa Esprit at Dempsey Village; I’d procured it at a great price through a Groupon deal, and it was every bit…

Friends: And The Bride Wore Green (Part 2)

Friends: And The Bride Wore Green (Part 2)

I’ve helped out in far more weddings than I care to remember, such that at the end of last year I strongly resolved to not get involved in any weddings taking place in 2011. But somehow I never felt like…

Friends: And The Bride Wore Green (Part 1)

Friends: And The Bride Wore Green (Part 1)

I first heard about the concept of a kitchen tea when living in Melbourne. It’s meant to be the ‘the civilised sedate version of a hen’s party’. Of course, nothing involving Tricia could ever truly be sedate, but it seemed…

Taking Stock, Briefly

Today marks the first day of my 3rd year with my current employer. When you consider that all my previous jobs lasted 13 months each, this has to be something of an achievement. In slightly over five years of working…

Nom: Homebaked Dough at Tanjong Pagar Plaza

Nom: Homebaked Dough at Tanjong Pagar Plaza

For some months now, my colleagues have been raving about the chocolate chip cookies sold by the two young men at Tanjong Pagar. We swung by Homebaked Dough after lunch to pick up some cookies, and were lucky enough to…

Threadless Totes

Threadless Totes

I rarely wear t-shirts out of the house, which means that every single tee I own from Threadless is in rather good condition even if I bought it in 2005. So I’m glad they now make totes, or eco-bags, with their…

Consumed: COCOTTE

Consumed: COCOTTE

When Sharon said we were going for French food in Little India, I assumed we would be chowing down at the venerable French Stall on Serangoon Road. As it turned out, she and Edwin were bringing us somewhere far more…