Rising Woman

Being single is not an easy path, because in many ways it forces us to face the conditioning that tells us something must be wrong with us if we are not ‘coupled up’. You see, throughout history we’ve been conditioned to believe that in order to be happy – to be okay – that we…

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When is enough?

I enjoy a good walk, that turns out to be a form of meditation for me. Walking along Taipei street, seeing people, motorcycles and cars reminds of me how common and how uncommon we are – there are so many of us, yet, there is only one of us. Walking passed buildings, advertisements and shops…

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Sufood (Singapore)

Finally sitting down and begin to write this post. Because, you know, when you are at your home city, you tend to be more relax. And the next time you know, you are leaving again. Anyways, Sufood. It’s actually a Taiwanese cuisine (where I’m currently at). I’ve been here twice. The first time was a…

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Hoshina Teishoku (Taipei)

Let’s get straight to the point – an extremely pleasant find in Taipei, Hoshina Teishoku. Somehow it reminds me of Shizen Bar Paprika Shokudou Vegan that I’ve visited in Osaka a few months ago – both of them are Japanese restaurants located in an alley, and more importantly, they serve delicious vegan food! I arrived…

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The Pocket Book of Success: Inspiration to Achieve Your Goals (A-Z)

The Pocket Book of Success shows you how to focus on and attain your most cherished goals. Successful people from all walks of life and from the ancient past to the present day share their advice. With thoughts form the profound to the playful, this littler treasury will be your guide as your travel along…

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Mantra Southbank (Melbourne)

Standby called-up! What a great way to start off the new year! Ü(I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve said the word new year/ new decade in the past few days. Hehe.) Although, it doesn’t really bother me which city I’m flying to, or which hotel I’m staying, or even, which day of the…

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Hello, 2020.

As we bid year 2019 farewell, we welcome year 2020. I hope the first day of 2020 is treating you well: surrounded by positive energy, tonnes of laughter and heartfelt happiness, and most importantly, hope. Today, marks the first day of a new year and a new decade (a new cycle of Chinese zodiac even!)….

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Thank you, 2019.

2019 was a special year. So much has happened in just a year. For the better or for the worst? Well, it is subjective.But what I would like to believe is, it is all for the better – after all, you are what you believe. I am a strong believe of law of attraction: you…

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Mellow Yellow Cafe (Frankfurt)

Visiting 2 cities in Germany within a week – the Christmas week. What a magical time of the year! Ü It’s now 3.54 pm and 7 degree Celsius in Frankfurt and I’m seated comfortably by the window in Mellow Yellow Cafe. It’s recommended by Meen, a girl I’ve just met on board but I have…

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Katzentempel (Munich)

The initial draft was about 14 hours ago, say 3.18 pm local time. I was sitting by the window in Katzentempel, a cat cafe in Munich. I was there for more than 2 hours by then, a few tables have came and left and yet I was still there, relaxing with the cafe’s background music….

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V-Rev (Manchester)

It’s 9:48pm in Manchester and I am so ready to sleep. But the work has to be done. So let’s begin. Last leg of the COP and everyone is excited, despite having less than 24 hours stay in Manchester. While everyone else were discussing excitedly about meeting for roasted duck for dinner, I faded out…

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True Food Kitchen (Houston)

This post was supposed to be written about 12 hours ago. And then, something happened. My 2 days-old Surface Pro refused to load. So, just a few hours prior to that, I was walking around in The Galleria, Houston, and walked into the Microsoft Store and bought my first Freitag F460. I ended up spending…

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