Four Generations in One Pool

Four Generations in One Pool
Life, Thoughts

Four Generations in One Pool

I came home for a midweek swim today, to recharge after a pretty packed schedule these few days. But I ended up learning a lot more from it than I expected. Imagine going for a swim, and ending up in a pool with four generations of people, and learning a […]

The Perks of Being the Middle Child
Personal

The Perks of Being the Middle Child

There are so many articles about how life as a middle child sucks, so I thought I would do a tongue-in-cheek article about my life as a middle child. I was inspired to write this post because I’m back home living in a full house, and it’s a constant reminder […]

Il Blandford’s, London: The real deal
Food, London

Il Blandford’s, London: The real deal

I was visiting my brother in London a couple of weeks back and discovered this gem of a place. I read some reviews about how amazing the pastas and pizzas are, and I knew that I had to try it before I flew back home. It’s really convenient to get […]

It starts in the Sahara
Interviews

It starts in the Sahara

7 days, 250km in the Sahara Desert. Insane to many, but these 4 NUS students saw it as an opportunity. My friend who ran the Gobi March last year introduced me to a group of 4 NUS Psychiatry students who were planning to run the Sahara Desert to raise funds […]

21 Tips for Study Abroad
Travel

21 Tips for Study Abroad

Most people are privileged to have the chance to study overseas for a while, whether for their entire university experience, for a semester on exchange or just over the summer. Having just returned from exchange in Montreal, I thought I would compile a list of tips for those preparing for […]