Monthly Archives: December 2010

Running Barefoot

Minimalist shoes, heard of it?
Thats actually another name for shoes such as Vibram FiveFingers and Terra Plana’s Vivo Barefoot.

came upon it while I was reading the newspaper article – Just like running barefoot by Jeanette Wang.
With all the technology about customizing shoes according to pressure scans, who would have known that running “close” to barefoot is actually a solution?

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Singapore Sling Bar

Happy Christmas!!! Hows everyone’s feasting? :D
Was invited to the Singapore Sling Bar with Daniel and Calvin for a food tasting session of their recently-launched products.


Singapore Sling Pizza~

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#23xmas

Had a great Christmas gathering – #23xmas last night. :) Not a lot of people. Just 8 of us, not alot.
It’s the 1st time meeting each other for some of us.

I love how the conversation went, catch up on things that didn’t really matter, but you can totally relate to and stretch the conversation. From there really learn about the other person.

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Haagen Daz’s Christmas Menu

4 more days to Christmas, how many Christmas gathering have you attended thus far?

Was invited to Haagen Daz’s Limited Edition Christmas Menu media preview, its very nice.
I would certainly recommend you to visit them for at least one of the gatherings.

I <3 heart <3 this:

ops, sorry, got distracted. :D aiya who dont like eye candy right? :D
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Christmas (Tree)

Was reading the newspaper when I came to this article. Its called ‘Oh (real) Christmas tree” by Jessica Cheam.

She is good, or at least this article was very well written.
Let me extract out the parts for you.

“Many people have a love-hate relationship with Christmas. Some even argue that the reason behind the occasion, the birth of Jesus, is not even in December – but in April or November, depending on which historian’s theory or calculation you believe in or use.

My other half is one who is ambivalent about the occasion – he can’t decide whether to embrace or ignore it. A week ago, he declared: “I’m not doing Christmas this year.” “But you don’t do Christmas every year,” I shot back.

By “not doing Christmas”, he meant that he will not go shopping, send any cards or indulge in what he considers time – and money-wasting activities which many people get sucked into by glitzy shopping malls and fancy retailers.

This year, he insisted he will “not do Christmas” again, except for one thing: Get a real Christmas tree. Continue reading