Monthly Archives: June 2017

Why are people getting angrier and in a rush?

Is it my perception or are people getting angrier and always impatient nowadays? Are people caught up in highly stressed lives that trigger this behaviour? Is this the price people pay in a modern society? Stressed and unhappy. We read … Continue reading

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POSB Invest-Saver – Actual experience

We went to a POSB branch to enquire about POSB Invest-Saver, thinking that it is a product, which must be executed at the bank itself. We then realised that we could do it on our own with POSB Internet Banking. … Continue reading

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“Aunty Lee’s Delights” by Ovidia Yu – A Book Review

The sub-title to this novel is about a Singapore Mystery. It is a mystery for Aunty Lee to play private detective. Aunty Lee owns the café Aunty Lee’s Delights that serves Peranakan food. I liked how the author Ovidia Yu … Continue reading

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Staying on the sidelines on investments

It appears that Singapore economy is going to be stuck in slower growth this year. It was forecast that the economy would be slightly better than the 2.0% growth achieved in 2016. (Source: MTI, 25 May 2017). Singapore also saw … Continue reading

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Knitting calms

Knitting can be calming. Knitting a beanie for me using Merino wool.

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“The Man in the Brown Suit” by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

A beautiful young lady by the name of Anne Beddingfield narrated her adventure at solving an unusual death at a London underground Tube station. The Man in Brown Suit appeared at that precise moment, checked the dead man and then … Continue reading

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Places you can visit in Singapore

Windsor Nature Park (New) Tree Top Walk (bridge over tree tops) Started at Windsor Nature Park (Venus Drive) and walked towards Tree Top Walk. The journey took about an hour on the trail to reach Tree Top Walk.  We started … Continue reading

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