Hi there! I’m Samantha,

and this space encompasses my personal milestones made beautiful in His time. Combining my flair for easy-to-read writing and my love for photography, here you'll find me sharing the thing I'm most passionate about - travel, food, fashion and my conversations with God.

*P.S when God was blessing others with the gift of height, He left me out realizing that great things come in tiny packages, so instead I am gifted with endless energy and a big wide smile to get through difficult times.

Forever & always, a child of God. Through this cozy little virtual haven, I hope each post inspires at least someone out there with my life stories.

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[I]SEVENTEEN is the world’s leading title for young women who want to look their best, do their best, and get the best – and have a good time while they’re at it!

Licensed from Hearst Communications Inc. in the US, Seventeen Singapore was launched in 2002. Seventeen is a fashion, beauty and life skills magazine that reaches out to young women between the ages of 15 and 22. It has 16 editions worldwide. Positive and accessible, Seventeen celebrates real beauty for the real girl, and inspires diversity and creativity through its useful fashion, beauty and life tips. It reaches out to readers who want to get the most fun out of their young life. Seventeen Singapore is the leading fashion and beauty magazine for young women here.[/I]

Price/Spending: $3

From: Anywhere that sells magazines

Verdict: Recommended!

I have been reading SEVENTEEN ever since I turned 14. I find it better compared to the other teenage magazines in town. Not writing this from a biased point of view, nor being paid for advertising it, but I'm just saying it because I am an avid fan of the magazine.


Delivered to my doorstep, I don't have to buy it off the shelves anymore & don't have to keep thinking which day it would come out on stores etc. Besides, subscribing to it is much more worth it for me. I paid only S$28 for a year. Knowing that I would buy it every month (S$3 per copy, I would spent S$36 on it), so right now I'm saving S$8 a year! plus I get 'surprises' of receiving a letter to my name every month! How cool is that!

Okay, I highly recommend reading SEVENTEEN because it has all the essentials girls need to know... in a thin book monthly.

What I like about it is that it covers a lot of stuffs that are interesting. From the hottest fashions trends in town for youths to beauty tips and even relationship advice. How can anyone miss that out!

Also, it gives readers opportunities to win their giveaways as well. Not that I always win it, in fact only once or twice, but its good chance! That's if you are not lazy to fill in your details and slowmail them out. haha!

That's a good start for school!

I can't believe in a glance, the holidays are ending.
Back to lectures, tutorials, school. Yes, the whole routine.
I got to buck up, like seriously.
Be more organised & discipline.

Last half a sem was quite slack for me, somewhat. I tried my best, but too many things going on, elections, cds test, etc... one aft another. & right after the holidays, seriously, I forgot what I learn. 2 weeks seemed like 2 months for me! Woah. I got to recap everything. If you know me, I really have short-term memory.

I miss school food.
Mensa's Dory Fish w Crinkle Cut Fries!
Mensa's Ham & Egg Sandwich!
Design's Sweet & Sour Fish!
Design's Ribena & Lemonade!
Business' E-Mee!
ITAS' Chicken & Egg Porridge!
& I don't mind revisiting SUGARLOAF after a long hiatus.

I love Thursday Lunches with Yu Xiu & Zi Xi. Thank God for the same break slots we have! Treasure man! haha:) I miss lunching with Jane, as well, needless to say... (:

Here's to an awesome half-sem term!
Let's gooooo!

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