Perhaps I’ve chosen the right course…

or perhaps I haven’t. But Organisational Psychology is proving to be really interesting, and I’ve learnt a lot more about the way people function and in a way, I’ve found the answers to some of my own behaviour as well.

Just 10 years ago, I was sitting for my GCE ‘O’ levels, and at that time, I had resolved to do a Mass Communications course, which I eventually did. But for reasons unknown, my career in the media field was short-lived and never took off, and somehow I ended up doing Human Resource work, which I actually enjoyed more than I thought I would.

So 10 years later, here I am starting all over again; chasing a diploma in Org. Psychology and working my way towards the much coveted BA in Human Resources & Org. Psychology. I am neither a smart nor studious person, and in all honesty, I hate that I have to study again and start from scratch, but it’s proving to be a learning experience and I am contradicting myself by saying that I’m actually loving it as much as I hate it. LOL!

I am also thankful for all the support from my Mother and my friends; one close friend even suggested that I continue straight on to a Masters after completing my bachelors, but that’s still quite a far way; I’d like to complete this phase first before I consider anything else.

And thank you Mother, for putting your faith in me, even though it’s a totally different path from the previous one that I undertook.

It seems like I just started my course but I’ve already completed two modules, and currently in my third module! Time does fly when you don’t think so much about it and just focus on what you are after.

So there, that’s an advice right there! :)



Mother, on one of her ‘good mood’ days, told me this:

Prayer is like a seed. You must water it and tend to it for it to grow into a plant, and then a tree, before it bears flowers, and finally, fruits. Likewise, you cannot pray to God and expect him to answer your prayers right away. Pray to him every day, but at the same time, work towards your goals. God will answer your prayers one day.

Such words of wisdom from my mother! :)

Daorae: A Korean dining experience

This gem of a restaurant is located at Bukit Indah (directly opposite Jusco Bukit Indah) and you cannot miss it if you are dropping off at the bus stop outside the Jusco Shopping Mall.

The owner is a Korean man, so I suppose this is as close as you can get to an authentic Korean dining experience.

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Look at the assortment of Kimchi! Complimentary of course!

I had a kind of Ramen noodle soup, which wasn’t fantastic, so I didn’t take any pictures of that.

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The obligatory Korean Pancake! It’s good on its own or dipped in the pancake sauce!

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 Roasted Pork Belly and Oyster Kimchi wraps! This was really good that Joan and I could not keep our hands to ourselves! ;)


A complete Korean dining experience!

Of course, Joan and I left feeling very full and satisfied. Prices are pretty okay too; this meal, including the Ramen that we each had, cost us about RM150, which is roughly SGD$30, and that’s pretty cheap for the amount of food we ordered.

For more info on Daorae at Bukit Indah, check out this link.


(Note: This is neither a paid nor a sponsored review. Joan and I really enjoyed the dining experience and the food here!)

My friends want me to be a ‘blogger’

…who is famous and earns a lot of money.

I told them that No.1, I am not a blogger; I write and share stuff on my blog, and No.2, I am not a Chinese girl, because only Chinese girls go around calling themselves bloggers (Have you actually come across Malays or Indians who call themselves a blogger? I bet not!). These ‘BLOGGERS’ also have no sense of grammar or whatsoever so reading their blogs can give others a headache, unless of course you belong to the same breed as the ‘blogger’.

No.3, I keep this blog because it’s a hobby I enjoy keeping; pretty much how people spend time reading or playing soccer or solving a rubik’s cube in their spare time.

GRACE HO, this is what differentiates me from the other ‘bloggers’ you were talking about!