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Hey there, welcome to my blog again! Today, I'm going to blog about my 22nd birthday dinner in Sanoook, Sunway Pyramid (Years have been going so fast lately, and I am already 22 omg). 

Just in case you haven't heard of Sanoook, it is a Thai-Japanese fusion restaurant that serves really special fusion delicacies that you probably can't find elsewhere. When I first visited Sanoook and tried its dishes, I was impressed with the unique combination and presentation of two of my favourite cuisines, so I decided to have a birthday celebration with some of my close friends in Sanoook. Thank you Sanoook for hosting my friends and I with so much great food, drinks and of course, 101% hospitality. πŸ’“

Honestly, I can't tell which dish is the best. Every dish tastes unique and amazing to me! 
Marble (fruit) cake from Twenty First Qi Pastries - looks awesome, tastes amazing. I've been their regular customer since 3 years ago and they never failed to amaze me with their creations every single time. Lucy, the owner, is an extremely talented, humble and nice person. I absolutely admired her work and her passion in doing what she loves. 
Surprise macaron tower from Twenty First Qi Pastries! They baked really tasty (not overly sweet) macarons!

Earl Grey and Matcha Madeleine Tower from L'ange Petit Patisserie

Mini unicorn donuts from Donut Worry, Be happy! I'm usually not a big fan of donuts because I don't really fancy sweet stuffs, but THESE donuts stole my heart. Not only do they look etremely adorable, but they also taste really great with the right amount of sugar woohoo!

Thank you BloomThis for sending me my favourite flowers. 

What are birthdays without balloons? Thank you @loveursmiile for these blue and white balloons!

From the left: Adele, Alicia, Michelle, Karen, Tziaaa. I am blessed to know them through blogging/social media! 
Melissa - knew this girl from blogging as well 3 years ago. Thanks for always be there for me!
From the left: Sabrina, Melanie, May, Jxhia. My uni life wouldn't be colorful without them and I hope our friendship never ceases even after graduating.

From the left: Jack, Shenmin, Annie, Coey. They are my close friends since foundation in college, always the craziest bunch. 

With the nuffies, Emily and Shanel. Thanks for making time and bracing the KL jam to attend my birthday! 
I wanna thank my friends for making their time to spend my birthday with me. A small gathering like this with the people that matter really meant so much to me.

A big shoutout to all the sponsors who made my birthday more memorable (and on point with the blue and white theme hehehe). 

Last but not least, thank you for all your birthday wishes on my social media / via texts! 

Turning 22 definitely makes me feel older, but at the same time, I am excited to see what the future has in store for me as it's just the beginning of a new chapter in my life. Being 22, some may feel lost and fear of the uncertainties in life while some may have already set their goals and known clearly what they want. If you are not the latter, you know what, it's okay. 

Every day is a new opportunity for you to discover a little more about yourself. So, pick up a new skill, try different things out, do something out of your comfort zone...then you will be able to know what your strengths are, and most importantly, what your passions are.

Thank you for reading and I will talk to you again soon! x 


Hey all! August is my favourite month and you know why. 😏

I had an unforgettable 22nd birthday celebration with my family in Jo Malone, Pavilion last week. It was really thoughtful of them to invite me and my family for a mini tea party and pampering session on my birthday. Honestly, I couldn't thank the team more for this birthday surprise!

Upon entering the VIP room, we were greeted by the fragrance of Jo Malone's candle and of course, the delicious tea set that made us drool.

Thank you 21st Qi Pastries for the Jo Malone themed cake!! It was honestly too beautiful to be cut and ruined. 😭
And they also surprised me with a beautiful rose bouquet. How sweet of them! 😭

Fam πŸ’˜
With my fam and I made everyone wear white that day πŸ™ˆ Totally loving this coordination. 
After having tea, we were treated to a luxurious hand and arm massage using their signature products in our preferred scent. It was extremely soothing and stress-relieving - a good therapeutic experience that left us feeling great, relaxed and exclusive. Last but not least, we were also introduced to the art of fragrance combining, which we learned about how to create different moods  for various occasions by combining different scents of your choice. In Jo Malone, it's all about personalisation.
With the woman that I can't live without πŸ’—  Without her, I won't be who I am today. 
With Wen Jing and Mei Ling from Jo Malone - they are honestly one of the most genuine and kind people that I have met in my life. And I am so grateful to be able to know them!
I am grateful for everything. 


I am officially done with my bachelor's degree and I couldn't believe it.

It's the day I have been waiting for since I started uni, but now that the day has come, my mind is in turmoil. A part of me is super excited that I am finally done with my studies and that I have all the freedom and time in the world now; another part of me is just uncertain about my next step in life. I guess I will take some time to figure out what I want to do next. But today, I just want to note down and share something that I have learned from throughout my uni life. Hopefully it will give those who just started uni a rough guide of what to expect.

1) Learn proper referencing / citation

Before I write this post, I sat down and asked myself about what I learned from uni, and the first thing that (surprisingly) popped out from my mind is the importance of proper in-text citation and referencing. You might wonder: Damn, what kind of tip is this? But, let me tell you, I almost failed the first assignment in my uni life because of the referencing part. I had to admit, I wasn't paying attention when the lecturer was explaining about the proper referencing style to us and I thought it was just unimportant until I got my marks for my first ever assignment. So people, don't ever learn from me; pay attention and learn proper referencing and citation style, trust me, it will benefit you until the end of your uni life. 

2) Learn how to say YES

A part of uni life is about learning how to work with different people. Learning how to say yes when it comes to working with different people is somewhat important in uni because you will know get to learn how to deal with different personalities, which will benefit you in your working life in the future.

3) Learn how to say NO

Yes, sometimes you just have to learn how to say no. Know what you like and dislike. And there is no need to force yourself to do something that you are not comfortable with so that you can "fit in" a certain group of friends. For me, I won't feel pressured to go clubbing or drinking with my uni friends (not that I think it's a bad thing but that is just not my preference), and to be honest I won't feel left out because of that. My point is that learning how to say no is about making choices that feels right for you.

4) Always ask when you are unsure 

This tip is not really something that I learned from uni but it's important to always ask your lecturer if you are unsure of the assignment brief or just anything related. Because if you don't ask, you might end up doing the wrong thing and eventually failing the assignment / module. If you are shy to ask in the class, you can always choose to email your lecturers. And I am glad and grateful that my lecturers were pretty helpful and responsive.

5) Learn how to prioritize and structure your life

When I was in uni, I had to juggle between my part-time jobs, events, social life, catching up with K-dramas and Running Man and so many more. That's why I can't stress how crucial it is to learn how to prioritize and structure your life. I always schedule my work and assignment deadlines using my planner so that I can have a nice structure, and not cram everything up last minute. Trust me, if you plan out your schedule, it will help to eliminate unnecessary emotional breakdowns throughout your uni life. ;) 

6) Do well in your assignments and quizzes
Remember those quizzes that worth 10%? Don't ever belittle the 10% because that can make or break your grade. 

7) Team work makes the dream work

I can't stress how freaking important team work is in my uni life. I had a lot of group assignments and I was (and still am) grateful for my team. I love how we contribute and work towards a common vision when it comes to group assignments. The good thing about my team was that we all have our own strengths; some are good in designing while some are good in conceptualizing or copywriting. So with our own expertise and good team work, it maximized our productivity. 

8) Financial planning is important 

Monthly-parking fees, meals, printing costs, some new clothes or maybe buying the latest pair of sneakers, a good couple rounds of drinking with your uni friends....and you are kinda broke. Learning how to manage your $$ in uni is super important so that you won't constantly get stressed out because of being broke. This is especially crucial when you are surrounded with rich friends; you might feel the peer pressure and you might feel the need to possess something that your rich friends have, but at the end of the day, it's important to know your budget and know what you really need. 

9) Know your pace, keep your life balanced 

Sometimes you just have to learn how to take things slow in uni and not getting too stressed out. When I first started my degree life, I was constantly worn-out because of assignments (because I was worried that I didn't have enough time to finish it) but then I realized those stress was actually unnecessary. Learning how to give yourself some time to breathe and taking things slow is important, especially when you are a uni student with different commitments simultaneously. Most importantly, you have to know your own pace and keep your life balanced by having a proper schedule (which goes back to point #5). 

10) Surround yourself with positive people & be thankful for them

If you are with the wrong group of friends who are constantly making dramas in uni, chances are you are not going to enjoy your uni life and what's worse is that you will even lose focus and motivation in your studies. That's why you should always surround yourself with positive people and make a distance from those who are toxic and always bring you down. Not only that, you should always be grateful for those friends who are supportive, caring and always bringing the best out of you. 

There were both rainbows and storms, but generally, I must say I did enjoy my uni life a lot and it was one of the most memorable phases in my life. Going to uni is definitely more than just attending classes and getting good grades; it's also about self-discovery - learning more about yourself through everyday encounters, picking yourself up after a storm and learning how to embrace and love yourself as well as the little blessings.

Goodbye uni life, it's time to embark on a new journey in life.  


I was invited to a 2D1N pyjama party / staycation in Bird of Paradise Villa, Genting Sempah by L'Occitane last week. The invitation came just in time because I just finished 2 papers, and I thought it's a perfect way for me to have a post-exam celebration (although I still have 1 more paper to go on the 22nd haha). 

Away from the hustle and bustle city life, the villa is only a 40 mins drive away from KL. Upon arrival, we were greeted by the comfortable windy weather and the lush greeneries. It was absolutely calming, relaxing and serene. 

Beautiful set-up by the team!

This is the L'Occitane's new whitening sleeping mask which will be launched in August!

L'Occitane surprised us with gifts on our bed! How lovely!!
During our free & easy time, we just explored the villa and take photos. The villa is an absolutely gorgeous place for photo-shooting!
The view 😍

Dinner was a spread of French canapΓ© served by the amazing chef Nathalie from Nathalie Gourmet Studio.
After dinner, we had some games and activities and we also tried out the new L'Occitane Pivoine Sublime Overnight Mask. This stuff smells so good and I woke up the next day with a radiant skin, all thanks to this mask!

The next morning, we woke up to this breathtakingly scenic view.

Prepped our skin with some skin care products from L'Occitane before we head out to the pool and play with the sun!
Got my swimsuit from Forever 21 just for this trip! πŸ™ˆ
Just chilling with my unicorn


Thanks L'Occitane for everything 😘