Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Product Review: The Face Shop Pore Clean Cleansing Oil


Since I started using cleansing oil, I never used any other type of makeup remover. I love how easy it is to remove waterproof makeup with cleansing oil and I also love the fact that a cleansing oil doubles as a facial wash. I get makeup off my skin and I get to clean it using just one product. I really love how the Juju Aquamoist Cleansing Oil removes waterproof makeup and how my skin loved it as well. I did not breakout and my skin's sebum production was under control. But during my last 2 trips to Korea, I tried looking for a bottle only to find none. So I decided to try other brands hoping they will be worth my money. 
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Monday, May 25, 2015

Ally's


For me, pancakes are the ultimate Sunday breakfast. I always envisage my Sunday's to start with having thick and fluffy blueberry pancakes with bacon on the side paired with a cup of thick hot chocolate. A slice of cold mangoes on the side to complete my dream breakfast. Unfortunately, this only happen once in a blue moon. On Sunday's I wake up at 10 or 11 in the morning too lazy to prepare breakfast so I end up with a cup of instant hot chocolate, 2 slices of bread, scrambled egg and butter; the easiest breakfast to prepare AKA breakfast of a lazy person. Good thing though indie restaurants have been opening left and right these days and eating your dream breakfast has become a reality. 

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Bizu


A girl can never have too many sweets. I am one of those girls who can't get enough of sugar. My day is incomplete without sweets. I even believe that if I don't die of Alzheimer's I will die of diabetes. My craving for anything sweet and sugary is insatiable that the moment I smell something made out of heaps of sugar, I mindlessly salivate. It is an uncontrollable urge that I will always demand for dessert to be served before I leave the table.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Sarsa Kitchen


Dress: from Korea | Shoes: H&M | Bag: Furla | Necklace: Forever 21

I do not intend to convert my blog into a food blog. I am neither a fashion expert nor a food connoisseur thus I'd rather keep my blog the way it is: personal. But lately I've been eating too much it's not even normal anymore. This is a serious case of gluttony and my growing belly is evidence that I really need to cut down my calorie intake. Food is one of the world's nastiest temptations and one of the hardest to resist as well. I need to learn how to control my hunger.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Short Post: Death


Death is inevitable. One day we will all perish from this world. I don't believe in immortality but I do believe in the after life. I am a firm believer that once our mundane bodies have come to perish, our souls will move on to a different dimension. It is sad to part with our loved ones but that is the cycle of life. We just have to accept that we will someday leave behind people who are important to us. We have to accept that we won't be able to hold on to our possessions forever. 

In the past few years, I have seen a number of deaths in my family and friends. Even in my line of work I deal with deaths. It is heartbreaking every time but then you realise that there is nothing else for you to do but accept and move on. I don't believe in zombies so I don't believe those loved ones will come back alive. But one thing is for sure: they are in a much better place now alive and looking after me/us. 

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Craves and Sights Busan Edition: Baskin Robbins, Krispy Kreme, Asian Moon, Cafe Friends Alley


Eating at various restaurants is always a part of my travels. Sometimes I even go to places simply for the restaurants there. Of course, I am not going to leave Busan without eating at some of their restaurants. Odd thing though is that my mom and I did not once eat Korean food in Busan. We were in Korea but we were not did not eat in any Korean restaurants. We did eat their street food which was superb - Korea really has the best tasting street food. But other than that, my mom and I decided to eat at restaurants which we happened to just pass by and then instantly decided to dine.

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Travelogue: Haeundae-Dongnae Station


It is my first time to experience spring. I have never been to any mid-latitude countries other than South Korea thus is the only country I experienced seasons other than summer. My perception of spring is sunny and flowers blooming everywhere. But to our surprise, spring is actually wet, windy and gloomy. It rained hard during our first day in Busan. But fortunately, it was already late afternoon when that happened and places we wanted to visit for the day were already ticked off our itinerary. But it was hard getting home because we had to walk for a good amount of time to reach the subway station and it was already raining really hard. Needless to say, we were drenched when we reached our hotel. The weather during our second day was great. I am the type of person who loves the gloomy weather. It didn't rain at all but the clouds were dark and gloomy. It wasn't as windy during the first day either. We were able to look around without any disruptions. Spring has become my favorite season. It may be wet, gloomy and windy, but the contrast between the dark skies and lovely colors of the flowers and cherry blossoms make the place more lovable.