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About Liv

I am your average 30-something Singaporean girl (or should I say woman but definitely not aunty! Don’t call me aunty!). I grew up in Singapore and spent my growing up years eating in coffeeshops, watching movies in Cineleisure (when that was still the coolest hangout in Singapore) and dreaming about one day escaping to another country and becoming a digital nomad.

My journey to finding happiness in Singapore

Along the way I discovered that my family meant the most to me, fell in love, got married and decided that Singapore is my home after-all. Writing is my joy and I started this blog because I want to share what it is like being 30-something in Singapore and connect with other like-minded friends. During my free time, I try out fuss-free recipes, keep fit and lepak (hangout) with my loved ones. Recently, inspired by my visit to Bali, I am trying to reduce my ecological footprint.

The Busy Singapore Urban Life

It’s easy to get caught up in the busy Singapore city life. It feels like I’m always rushing off to somewhere, trying to make more money and playing catch up with the latest trend.

In the pursuit of convenience and time saving, I sacrifice things like caring for the well-being of my loved ones and for the earth. It’s more convenient to tabao food than to cook and to drive to a location rather than take the public transport.

Choosing Love Every Day in Singapore

Every day, we have the same 24 hours. Every day we get to choose what we want to do with that time. 

This is my journey in learning to choose doing the things I love every day in Singapore. Keeping things real with healthy lifestyle, minimalist living and small steps to be eco friendly 🙆🏻‍♀️

Contact Me

Looking for collaboration opportunities, make new friends to la kopi (Translated from singlish to English: Grab a coffee), or looking for a content creator? Drop me a mail and I would love to get to know you better!

"It's the sweet simple things in life that are the real ones afterall" - Laura Ingalls Wilder
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