7 Ways To Find Your Creative Mojo

7 Ways To Find Your Creative Mojo When you’re a creative person, finding inspiration everyday comes easily. Or, not? For many of us, whether we’re a stitcher, yarnie, paperist, upcyclist, crafter, writer, musician, artist, sculptor, calligrapher, baker, photographer, stylist or designer—sometimes finding our inspiration goes out the window at times and our soul feels empty […]

Eating Vietnamese In Brisbane

I don’t normally include many food reviews on this site as…I’m not that kind of blog and don’t pretend to be. I like to discover places to eat preferably with extra tidbits or some story to tell and unless I’ve discovered a food and beverage retail establishment particularly novel, interesting, terribly good or ridiculously poor […]

Vacation in Singapore

Vacation=Vacate=leave (a place that one previously occupied) I apologise for my long hiatus on this blog. I’m ‘home’ away from home.I’m on vacation in Singapore and I’ve been busy. Busy eating. Busy watching. Busy hearing. Busy learning. Busy just savouring every taste, sensation and emotion with as much enhanced pleasure as I can muster, because […]

Chronicles Of The Good Morning Towel

Chronicles Of The Good Morning Towel – by Kat Ngoi There’s a fine line between treasure trove and junkyard status when it comes to forgotten items of old that qualify as museum relics. To many Singaporeans, the extraordinary Good Morning towel is designated to be treasured. Synonymous with the bygone era of Singapore, it has […]

Real Mothers Day Cards

I can’t quite decide if this is one of my ‘Make Art’ craft posts, ‘Write’ or ‘Think’ posts. So I guess it’s going to be all three. It’s Mothers Day this Sunday and it’s that time of year like Christmas when you ponder in your heart what would be some nice words you could put […]

Prodigal Daughter of Singapore

Yesterday we farewelled an irreplaceable leader and a remarkable man in a league of his own. I am the prodigal daughter who hasn’t been living in Singapore for the past 15 years. In the past week, mourning for Mr Lee Kuan Yew with fellow Singaporeans reminded me of a dreaded phone call in 2002 when […]