I never ever seem to learn from my mistakes, that is, until I have to painstakingly mosiac almost every single entry in my bujo every single month. But even still, I gripe and let the same cycle repeat the next month. I need to do something about myself. Besides that, October hasn’t had the best start…… Continue reading I should really start doing this earlier…: October bujo spread
IT’S OCTOBER! You know what that means… No, I’m not talking about pumpkin spice. Why does it even exist? I thought I would just kickstart this festive season by talking about my favourite horror films of all time. I will never not be in the mood to catch a horror flick. Thank you, October, for…… Continue reading Time for the heebie jeebies: Favourite horror films
October is here, and I am so excited because HALLOWEEN! This gives me an ample excuse to watch all the horror films I want without being regarded as a complete psychopath. This month also brings upon a significant shift in my career path, regrettably but definitely much-needed. My blog has also been reaching a plateau…… Continue reading Another attempt at life planning: October goals
THE DAY HAS ARRIVED. Spring has sprung, the flowers are in bloom. We all feel alive! I was in a pretty bad funk the past few weeks, and when I came home one day to see this gigantic box sitting prettily on my table, everything was right again! Yes, material possessions are the only things…… Continue reading I finally haz Colourpop in my life!!!
I finally finished a book. Yay me! Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan details the story of… crazy, rich Asians. This review is over, we can all leave now. The story revolves around the wedding of the year, reuniting a group of individuals living abroad to their audaciously wealthy relatives back in Singapore. In particular, we…… Continue reading A bunch of siao langs: Crazy Rich Asians book review
These past few weeks – months, even – have been really emotionally taxing. It’s a terrible state to be in when you look at all the beauty and exploration around and yet, nothing excites you. Each day is a self-contained, passing blur. I’ve been working towards no purpose, and that scares me. There’s so much…… Continue reading In a bit of a rut
I don’t know why it took me this long to watch Infernal Affairs, but ffffUK YES. Infernal Affairs (2002) is a Hong Kong crime-thriller film which features an ensemble cast, including the likes of Andy Lau, Tony Leung, Anthony Wong, and Eric Tsai. It is about two police officers, both undercover for opposite reasons – one…… Continue reading Cat and mouse: Infernal Affairs (2002) review