Over reliance on help?

Dave was telling me the other day that his cousin will be posted to overseas for work for around two years, which is great experience for him. He has been working at this organisation for more than 5 years and he had always been eyeing an overseas posting. Other snippets of this cousin; he is…

Reducing waste in your beauty routine

We are happy to have a guest post from Emily Folk, a conservation blogger who will be sharing with us tips and how-to on reducing waste in our daily beauty routine. Definitely a must-read for the ladies 🙂 When you toss a plastic bottle or let the water run while you’re brushing your teeth, you…

Friday reads – volume 1

Friday reads is a series of articles that I have curated over the week which I would like to share with readers. These articles could cover a whole range of topics, from personal finance to investment, from minimalism to simple living, or perhaps even parenting and education to social issues. Basically, these are articles that…

April 2018 – Monthly Update

April is quite an exciting month for us as we had engaged in quite a few activities with our extended family including birthday celebrations, excursions and other outdoor activities. In terms of blogging activities, we had also provided an outlook on our countdown to FI and also shared our thoughts on an interview series with My15hourworkweek.…

The aesthetics of minimalism

Mention minimalism and one of the first few things that comes to mind will be the aesthetics of it. Many associate minimalism with lots of white, or perhaps monotone, Bose speakers, Apple products, and the list goes on. So does minimalism equate a curation of luxurious products? Yes and no. I tend to think that…

Uncluttered

Many would automatically associate being a minimalist to that of white spaces, high ceilings, monotones etc. Well, that’s probably just the aesthetics of it but one of the most important factor is to unclutter and declutter. When Dave and I first started out this journey, it was a lot of trial and error. A lot…