Making almond and oat milk: pros and cons Continue reading The Milkmaid Life
Packing light on a media trip Continue reading Traveling Light.
I took out everything from the boxes I’d brought home yesterday and stacked them on the bed in piles. Let’s be honest. This is a mess. And I quickly got very overwhelmed, so I started by sorting out my jewellery and hair accessories: all the cheap earrings I’d bought over the years or those that were given to me but I never ever wore, those … Continue reading Decluttering: Day 1
Here’s a list of things I want to try and achieve while I’m still jobless. Sell some of my things, i.e., luggages, extra bags, the second cushion compact, my winter jackets Learn to be proficient in SEO. Make this site more SEO friendly as a test. Get more freelance writing gigs. I have one sorta lined up. Learn how to make zero Waste body lotion … Continue reading While I’m unemployed…
I can’t remember when I first broadcast this experiment, but it was probably in February after I got my Chinese New Year outfits. So here’s an update of what’s happened shopping ban wise: I have not shopped. I have neither bought things online nor offline, except for plane tickets and hotel accommodation, WiFi router rental and travel insurance. Which sounds impressive but actually here’s why: … Continue reading No shopping update
Why getting fired rocks Continue reading Overworked.
The last week of the Zero Sugar Project, at least for March. Monday – Tuesday (26-27 March) Went to the doctor and was diagnosed with tonsillitis. Spent the two days at home, eating the usual food. No sugar was ingested except for lozenges. Wednesday (28 March) Went back to work today. Had an unhealthy lunch of instant noodles with minced pork, some vegetables, fish slices … Continue reading Zero Sugar Project (end?)
So Singapore has slowly started to ramp up its sustainability efforts and of course there are detractors. On the surface their arguments seem to make sense, so I thought I’d attempt to refute their comments here. Mainly because I would like to be further educated on the environmental impact. Straws don’t produce that much waste. So one of the universities in Singapore recently opened a … Continue reading Why refuse straws
Last week of the #nosugar challenge! I’ll most likely round it out to the end of the month, maybe reward myself with a dessert and then continue, I think. Monday, 19 March The lump in throat thing didn’t go away, it was slightly easier to swallow but not really. I also discovered I had a slight fever, so after brushing my teeth and having breakfast, … Continue reading No sugar week 4
[featured image from KeepCup’s website] So you’ve heard a lot about this newfangled thing called Zero Waste and you really want to start it, but you’re intimidated, and are worried about the lack of access to bulk food stores and whether making your own makeup really works for you. I’ll be the first to say I’m not fully Zero Waste yet, but here are some … Continue reading Ways you could be sustainable and not know it