Do you… Shop online? Like the best deals on food? Want cashback on your next travel trip? If you say “Yes!” to all of the above, then you’re like me, which basically means great minds think alike. 😉 I was recently invited to try out and review Shopback, which is like a cashback system on… Continue reading Deals, cashback and sales galore at ShopBack!
I’ve covered Songshan Creative Park in my last trip here. Eslite is still my favourite place to shop~ 🙂 We also had our lunch at this random Japanese restaurant that serves pretty decent food! I went for Exo’s concert in the evening whilst K visited Ximending, hahaha~~~ It’s my first moshpit experience but as expected… Continue reading Travel Taipei 2016 (Part 2): Craftholic Cafe, Miss V Bakery
I’ve been visiting Taiwan almost every year cos I love the concert culture there and it’s a comfortable and familiar place for me and my hubs. Of course, we stayed at Airbnb again. I LOVE this apartment. It’s a relatively close 5 mins walk from Zhongxiao Fuxing station, has excellent wifi, a comfortable bed, a washer-dryer… Continue reading Travel Taipei 2016 (Part 1): Huashan 1914 Creative Park
Drip cakes seem to be the rave nowadays. I’ve been baking this green tea chiffon cake for a few years but decided to add a little fashionable spin to it- Adding some sugared icing for that dripping effect & sprinkled with some dried rose petals. Also loving the depth effect in my husband’s new iphone… Continue reading Green Tea Chiffon Drip cake with Rose petals
It’s the end of the year= Clearing out old stuff. I typically use Carousell to sell most items but was reluctant to put up my pretty Longchamp bag there cos I bought it for $800+ and people usually expect dirt cheap on that site. So I sourced around the internet for an alternative and came across… Continue reading Selling my Secondhand Branded Bag on Styletribute
If you haven’t already been to KidZania with your children, you should totally make a conscious choice to go. And here’s why: Superb, total fun for the kid – Oliver enjoyed himself so much he kept asking us when are we going again. Parents get to “zo bo” (do nothing)– Of course you can hover around… Continue reading KidZania Singapore- A Kid’s Dream Playground!
I’m in the mood for some chocolate bread, but the original recipe I was using from a book doesn’t seem to translate very well into the tangzhong method. So I went online and saw this recipe from Honey Bee Sweets, and the results are absolutely amazing! Here’s how the inside looks like: It’s really soft and… Continue reading Soft fluffy Chocolate bread with chocolate chip filling