Living Fearlessly

Lost Millennial: I don’t know what I’m doing anymore

Lost Millennial: I don’t know what I’m doing anymore

When I was younger. I used to know what I wanted to do. I had goals. But the older I grow, the more I realise how unattainable my goals are. How unrealistic. Live in an apartment facing the city and the sea, be an editor […]

A Short Devotional On Easter Sunday

A Short Devotional On Easter Sunday

On Good Friday, I was prompted again that Jesus died on the cross for me, a sacrifice that took away my sin. On Easter Sunday, I am reminded to rejoice, for He is risen and is now seated at the right hand of the Father. […]

2017 – My Year To Avoid Mediocracy

2017 – My Year To Avoid Mediocracy

As I celebrated the end of 2016 with a game of poker and then promptly begin 2017 with my period, I realised how bumpy the year was before. The whole job fiasco, my grandfather passing away, moving to my in-laws then moving to my grandmother’s […]

24! The end of year edition

Merry Christmas everyone! It’s been a crazy year of ups and downs: I got engaged, I had some trouble with a lawsuit, finally found my footing in a job I love, wrote a script for church and had it performed in front of thousands, lost […]

Mrs Yap

Well, today is special! Abel and I did something that I never thought I’d do so early in life.. We registered! Tomorrow, 14 Feb 2015, Pastor Aries will be marrying Abel and I under the eyes of God. But today, we got married under the […]

Doctor’s orders: Weight loss through an appetite suppressant

Yesterday I casually mentioned to my doctor that I wanted to lose weight for the wedding in December and asked about the weight-loss clinics in hospitals. He offered, instead, Duromine. I see no reason not to mention the name of the drug, cause it’s a […]

Life on hold

All these questions are starting to pop up, the ones that I scoffed at and thought I would never ask. But the biggest question that has been weighing heavily on my mind the past few days is this: Is it worth it? The wedding I […]

I’m coming out: I’m a member of CHC and I support the Crossover Project

You know, I’m probably going to offend thousands of people with this post and suffer the backlash of two different extreme comments following two thoughts: “you’re a sheep who can’t think for yourself”, and “you’re a member of the church right? How can you say […]

Throwback post: The Origin of Love

Posted Thursday, 13 May 2010 Feeling quite sappy today. I met up with a girlfriend of mine and we had a long long chat. (she’s such a sweetheart!) We spoke of love, and how relationships sometimes makes people a little wacky. But that’s the beautiful […]

5 things women look for in a man

I had a conversation with two lovely girls the other day. One attached, one not. And it turns out, all three of us had the same ideas on what we look for in a guy. And the best part of it was, everything we wanted […]