Cooking Soup at Home

I am not a great cook by any standards but my dabbling in the kitchen seems to turn out edible, good-enough dishes for the family.  Limited repertoire which I hope to expand in time.  Most of my dabbling is based on memories of how mom used to cook plus my own improvisation when memory fails.  […]

Life During Covid19 Circuit Breaker

Now that all my group activities have been suspended and required to Stay at Home like everyone else, am I still enjoying my retirement?  Yes, I am, although I do worry about my mom and sis who live 15-mins drive away.  I miss not being able to join them for dinner every day and not […]

Life Before Covid19 Circuit Breaker Period

So, what have you been doing after you stop working?  That seems to be the most common question I get.  It is almost as if people think that without a job, life would be meaningless.  On the contrary, my life has been quite full and fun, until Covid19 which basically suspended all my activities, forcing […]

Every Little Bit Adds Up

Since young, mom has drilled into me about not wasting and the importance of saving for a rainy day.  Which is why unnecessary waste really annoy and irk me.  In a resource-scarce country like Singapore, I think we should all do our part in saving resources, big or small.  Because every bit will translate into […]

My Top 10 Pet Peeves

Everyone has their pet peeves.  According to Wiki, a pet peeve or pet aversion is a minor annoyance that an individual identifies as particularly annoying to them, to a greater degree than others may find.  While I try not to let them bother me, since they are really minor things, they still get on my […]

10 Tips to Living and Loving Life After 50

Having started this blog a year ago about living and loving life after 50, I realized we could all do with a summary to highlight the moral behind all the stories I have been sharing.  As we get older, we tend to become set in our ways.  How can we ensure that we don’t become […]