Advisors often say that in order to succeed when starting a business, you must expect to fail, not once, but many times and as quickly as possible. The funny part is that it’s the opposite of what I had heard as a kid, especially the “many times as possible” part.
In February of last year, in the middle of my parent’s visit in Hong Kong, they did a one week trip to Cambodia to see Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. I had never been to either so we booked a last minute trip to go with them, but could only join them for Phnom Penh. Continue reading “Siem Reap in 3 Days”
Ten years of marriage goes by in a flash! But how do you celebrate such a milestone? I have been wanting to go to Istanbul for a while. It’s extremely touristy, but I was enamoured by the thoughts of it being a city where you could see mosques, churches and synagogues all right by eachContinue reading “One Week in Istanbul and Bodrum – Part 1”
I’ve been to Singapore before, but just for a day, en route to India. Perhaps it was more than a day, but I recall so little due to jet lag that I needed to go back. A month before our trip we found out that a friend of ours was going to Singapore for work.Continue reading “Singapore in 48 Hours”
When living in Hong Kong, one of the destinations that you hear people hopping to frequently is Thailand. We wanted to go as soon as we moved to Hong Kong, but had to hold off until after we had E because of the Zika threat. But we finally booked our first Thailand trip for December,Continue reading “Hello Thailand – Part 1: 3 Days In Bangkok”
How many times have you put on a top or a dress, looked at the mirror and thought, “Ugh, what bra do I wear with this?”