Workspace Wednesday 76.

April 3, 2013 | Workspace Wednesday

There are few things in life as thrilling as well organised supplies.

It’s the small things, people.

I’ve noticed that sorting things by colour brings a kind of calm to my mind… I don’t have to think too hard about which colours go where because I just know, and I’m achieving two things at once – organisation, and beauty! Clearly I’ll grasp at anything to get my office tidier! haha

Weekend that was (30-31.03.13)

April 1, 2013 | Weekend that was

Happy Easter Monday guys! How was your weekend? We were lucky enough to have Friday off here, but not Monday so it’s just business as usual here today :)

I could really get used to having 3 day weekend, how great is it? By Saturday afternoon we were both convinced it was Sunday already, so imagine our bliss when we could keep reminding ourselves it was only Saturday! Best feeling ever.

It’s Dave’s Birthday today (Happy Birthday Hubby!), but because he’s back at work now, we decided to celebrate it last Friday instead with a walk in the park (and ended up melting, it was so hot!), playing his new gift (a guitar) and ended with a delicious ramen dinner out and walk around Marina Bay. Wonderful! :)

The rest of the weekend was spent at the National Museum of Singapore wandering the galleries and checking out the latest Public Garden Market, taking a nice early morning hike, and devouring a yummy beer and Chinese dinner. Yummo!

Fab weekend, let’s do this again! :) What did you get up to?

Hong Kong

March 28, 2013 | Photography, Travel

As I mentioned last week, I was lucky enough to take a quick trip up to Hong Kong for a few days a couple of weeks back, and I just thought I’d share a few photos from my time there. I spent most of the time exploring on my own (which isn’t something I’m used to doing when we travel), which turned out to be quite fun and somewhat liberating :)

I found some great areas with funky little cafes, outdoor markets, and eclectic shops, and only managed to get lost a few times (and then proceeded to look even more like a tourist by standing on a corner with my map out, rotating it in my hands a few times to try and get my bearings). It was great, I really love Hong Kong!

The cafe above was a particular favourite.. I kept walking past it just to take in the fairy lights and roses in the window, and at one point went in to rest my legs and try one of their ginger latte’s (yummy!) and saw their fabulous floor.. Noted for future house building project sometime in my life. ;)