The Science Of Success

My mother went for a job interview once and the final question they asked her was: “What is your definition of success?” I don’t remember what she answered anymore, but I do remember feeling relieved that it wasn’t my interview or else I wouldn’t know what to say at all. Ever since then I have …

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French Cooking with Frozen Food

This dish is made with individual frozen ingredients. On the nights where you just don't have time to peel and chop, it can be a huge relieve to make the freezer your friend, knowing that the dish you cook is still high in nutrition.

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Tired Moms VS High Heels

Courage fails me every morning when I wanted to reach for my heels. The thought of having a tired-mind and a tired-body makes having a pair of tired-feet, too, incredibly overwhelming.

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How To Fall In Love With Vacuuming For People Who Hates To Vacuum

I always thought I hated vacuuming but I actually don't. Here's my journey in finding the right tool for the task.

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Design Report 001 – Using Design Thinking to Solve Problems

I was hit by an inspiration lightning bolt when I was reading Designing Your Life. As I flipped through the pages, the idea got stronger by itself and took a visual form in my head.

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Learn It Like Stanford*: Designing Your Life

My heart beat a little faster when I laid eyes on the title of this book. I took a deep breathe, hit "buy with 1-click" and went on a journey with the best design project I could probably ever take on.

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Hello Procrastinators

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Procrastination is not just pure laziness, so you can stop beating yourself up. It is a very common phenomenon that be explained and solved. Let us learn from the brilliant minds who have written on the subject.

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Keyboard Protection Cover

Two weeks ago I ordered a new Keyboard Protection Cover and it got me thinking about this product that I have been using since a few years. It has so fully integrated into my life, if not for the occasional glances I get when I work in coffee shops, I would have totally stopped noticing …

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The Great Art of Giving

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With the 14th February come and gone, it is safe to conclude that the gifting season is finally over, commerces worldwide will plunge into a brief period of stagnancy as we step into spring. From Thanksgiving till Saint Valentine’s, how much did you spend on buying gifts? The holidays season is joyful, but also brutal …

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Black Surfaces

Black-Surface

This is one of those things that looks super cool on Pinterest and is very à la mode right now, but when you really use it in real life, it is a pain in the ***.

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Life-Changing Magic

LifeChangingMagic

I discovered Marie Kondo about a year ago. Looking back a year later, I feel like her book has worked its little magic on me as well.

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Washable Rug: Part.2 – DIY Your Own Version

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In the last post, we’ve talked about the idea of washable rug and how hard it is to find them. And as I ended the post stating my doubts about DIY projects that look misleadingly easy and yet painstakingly difficult to accomplish, I would like to start this post by telling you that please, do …

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Washable Rug: Part. 1 – Why is it so hard to find?

WashableRug

The rarity of it is puzzling and a little mystifying. Let’s explore further.

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A Revelation on Dust Bunnies and Furniture Legs

The difficulty of vacuuming under a low leg sofa couch

Revelation is perhaps a big word. But it is a big topic in my heart worthy of discussion.

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