Hello! I’m Samantha.

This space encompasses my personal milestones made beautiful in His time. Combining my flair for easy-to-read writing with my love for photography, here you'll find stories of my travels, food, fashion and my little thoughts on God.

In the day, I work with brands and deal with comms strategy. Adhoc, wedding planner and happiness maker. 24/7, creative juicer behind the heritage bakery - Temptations Cakes.

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During my internship, I met up with my 1B05 classmates for Dinner.
Their choice.

Nandos, Plaza Singapura

Good also because I have heard of Nandos but haven't been there before. And, as you have already known me, I love trying out new places!


Heard the great rave about their famous chicken. I mean, Nandos - They ONLY have chicken related stuffs. Duh! So niche, it had better be good right.

The different spiciness level of chilli to top your already spicy chicken

I love chilli, I eat lots of it.

But since I have never ever tried Nandos, I asked the others who already finished 3/4 of their meal by the time I reached. They said 'Mild' is already spicy enough. So, I didn't want to take the risk that night & settled with 'Mild'...

My Dinner

The Company of Friends!

After dinner, went to do some random shopping. Me & my ohsogood idea of getting ourselves into Cotton On... KIDS! Yes, I think kids stuffs are nice. Got myself the alphabet stands for my name, in white. Saw this mirror. Check our Sebas' hair!

Sebastian turning into a true blue indian?

Grocery shopping & nextday breakfast with my dear girl...


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