Hello, I’m Samantha, the self-proclaimed happy go lucky girl!

This space encompasses my personal milestones made beautiful in his time. Combining my flair for easy-to-read writing with my love for photography, this is where I share my thoughts on God, travel, food, beauty, fashion and lots more.

In the day, I work with brands and deal with comms strategy. Adhoc, wedding planner and happiness maker. 24/7, creative juicer behind the bakery I run – Temptations Cakes. 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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Forever 18th!

& so, Tomorrow, I turn 18.
It's a significant age, just like when you turn 21. But not so.


Being 18 is the first step of being legal.
I get to do things officially in the eyes of the law.
Things like Clubbing (which I obviously already did underage & I'm happy about it because at least I had a taste of it - I can't do that anymore once I turn 18), Driving (which I'm still indecisive about), Signing consent forms, getting credit cards without any ties with parents' bank, etc.

Besides the above perks, it simply means more responsibilities & expectations.
When you say something smart, people will think it's natural/expected of you. Unlike when you were younger & you say something matured, people go like 'Woah, so young yet you so smart. Got potential!' See, that's the difference. You are expected to know your stuffs and be responsible for your actions. Also, when you do something retarded people will just laugh and say 'So cute!' but when you are at this age, people will laugh and say 'So retarded!'. LOL Isn't it?!!
*Main Point: You cannot use 'Young Age' as an excuse anymore! :/

When I was younger, I thought 18 was cool. They were young adults and could dress up anyway they wanted. I looked up to them & couldn't wait to grow up. But as I turn 18(soon to be), maybe I just wanna go back to being younger. I bet that's what everyone would probably agree to.

Despite all the reminiscing, I am happy to turn 18! So what if I'm older? I just have to learn to be even more mature and even more decisive in taking charge of my own life (but of course, my God takes the wheel!)


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