Aside from working a full-time job, I am also setting up two businesses. What helps me stay organized are: -A bullet journal, replete with colorful pens, washi types and all. It helps me organize my to-do lists and compartmentalize my thoughts. -a Moleskin professional notebook. The format is amazing—it has indexed pages and sections, and it helps me jot down the ideas that I have, the minutes of each meeting I attend, etc. AND I can access all of them easily. -a Samsung Note 7. But we all know what happened there. LOL.
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Here’s a sentence I never thought I would say ever in my life: “Apl de Ap (of the Blackeyed Peas), please meet Mr Robert de Niro.” I then snapped a photo of the two of them, which Apl uploaded to his Instagram.
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You’re hilarious, but you have terrible taste in food. ???
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Good on her! I personally veer to the side of modesty (aka I don’t do nudes), but why shame those who have no qualms about baring their body? They have the confidence—let them shine. To borrow her words: she’s a mom, a wife, an entrepreneur. She is certainly allowed to be sexy. And you know what? So do we! I’d never thought I’d say this but—go Kim Kardashian West!
I used to work in hospitality PR, so I’ve had my share of memorable meals. However, the most unforgettable one was the first time I tried Cha Ca La Vong (also known as Cha Ca Hanoi)-a Vietnamese fish that’s cooked table side. As the fish sizzles in front of you, it is soaked in the heady flavors of turmeric and dill and all kinds of simple, but incredibly special flavors. When the fish is done, it is served on top of silky rice noodles, with peanuts and fish sauce mixed in. I first tried this when I was in Hanoi—it was the lone dish served in the eponymous hole-in-the-wall restaurant. The first bite was heaven: the fresh taste of the fish, punctuated by the spices, with the contrasting textures of the rice noodles and the peanuts. Yes, it was street food—and I gleefully remember washing it down with a swig of the local beer. But wow—this experience far surpassed many fine dining meals I’ve had!