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Agete

As i grow more mature especially as a mom now, i am finding myself slowly outgrowing street accessories and fast fashion, and more towards quality and items that hold a significance to me. For example a simple T shirt that reminds me of the fun time from a distant resort holiday… or a precious pair […]

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#PanasonicWanderlust

I always thought that i would be confined mostly at home once i start a family, but recently our family have been traveling quite a lot, especially now that Junya is older and he started to enjoy seeing new things. We have been in Hawaii for a family resort vacation for a few days now […]

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Stylish Faucet for the home

June 3, 2015 in Commercial Break 2 Cheesed

Hi. This is the entire kitchen of our apartment in Tokyo. Actually this is considered quite luxurious already! At least there’s a place to place wine glasses! XD Our apartment in KL is much bigger, but the kitchen is just as messy if not worse! The thing is that everything is ultra convenient in Japan, […]

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Brunch at Underground Société

Ever since i had Junya, eating out has become an occasional luxury instead of an everyday affair. I am also more selective of the eating places we go. Is it child-friendly? How is the hygiene level? Is parking easy? Comfortably spacious and non smoking? … etc etc. Taste alone is no longer the sole deciding […]

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Tokyo Yakiniku

The danna and i probably crave Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) the most when we are not in Japan. Once a while we would splurge on some atas BBQ restaurants but we can’t afford to do that every month. T__T. The last time we paid four figure for a meal for 4. It’s just too ridiculoussssss. Sooooo where can […]

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DIY Home tips!

This is our sketch book in the house. We painted one side of the walls with a chalk-friendly paint over a magnetic paint, so now you can doodle on it any time like a blackboard and can also stick magnets on it!!! Pretty cool right?? We did this before Junya was born because we thought […]

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