New Year’s Resolutions

Dear Readers, Happy New Year! It's time to start on  a clean slate and hopefully become a better person. As always, the New Year means New Year's resolutions, however, most of the time, they are left dusty and unloved like the dusty teapot in your kitchen cabinet. Ah, poor new year's resolution, I do not…

Memoirs of a girl with flat feet

Dear Readers, All that fuss about my feet, I never imagined that one day my feet would send the local media into frenzy. It was an awkward feeling as the adage goes; I was abruptly plunged into my ‘15 minutes of fame’. Well, the press interview wasn’t as glamourous as I envisaged. It all dates…

A traveller’s nightmare: Lost Baggage

Lost baggage? Yes, that's any traveller's nightmare. Having experienced it myself, I'm here to hopefully offer some advice on how to handle such a situation. Basically, some person had mistakenly taken our luggage. In addition,  I had to endure my younger brother whine about how he has to live off his supposed "stress pills" aka…

Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green

I admit, I am indeed very late in terms of reading the book or watching the movie. The hype on this has died down more or less, though this book is labelled under mystery, it does not fall into the same category as the likes of more renowned mystery authors like James Patterson. Instead, Green…

The end of the O Levels

The dreaded O levels are finally over. As a form of celebration, I went window shopping with my good friend . Rather than patronising pricey cafes,which would undoubtedly see an increase in sales figures from students shelling out money on their overpriced products. Having completed my O levels means that I no longer have to…