Oh Look, Krill!

Oh don't worry. Whales don't eat clownfish, they eat krill.

I Can’t Seem To Travel Light

On more than one occasion, when someone hands me my bag, they’d comment on how heavy it is. It’s not that I don’t want to travel light, it’s just that I don’t know what to cut out from what’s in my bag.

Here’s what I would usually have in my bag, on a normal day:

1. A wallet, bulging with receipts and various crap.

2. My phone

3. A wallet sized bag that holds at least 3 different types of wet wipes.

4. A pouch for lady items.

5. A small make up bag containing finishing powder, two trial sizes of blushes, a mini kabuki brush, a flat top brush, 3 different eye liners, a lip shimmer, a lip plumper and a comb.

6. Notebooks

7. Pens

8. My tablet

9. A foldable umbrella

10. A pouch containing thumb drives, my 3G modem dongle and my internet banking dongle.

11. A mini hair brush.

12. At least 2-3 packets of tissues.

13. Various hair bands/scrunchies/clips

14. Keys.

15. Work pass.

Everything but the notebooks and the tablet are usually packed into a bag organiser, so that I know where I can find my stuff easier than just digging through the black hole that is my bag.

Yes, I do have a lot of items in a tote bag. It’s gotten to the point where even Dude said it’s heavy on the odd occasion that he carries the bag for me when I have an aching shoulder.

So what do I remove? Or should I get a better bag? What do you think?

Thanks Techgoondu!

I don’t usually have very good luck with lucky draws but that didn’t stop me from joining them. So when Techgoondu were have a Chinese New Year Gadget Giveaway, I couldn’t resist so I entered the contest.

Guess what? I won some interesting gadgets!


So I got myself a Microsoft Arc Keyboard and an iTwin.

I’m really looking forward to playing and using with these things.

so thank you, Techgoondu for having the giveaways.

Unboxing The HP Mini 110 (Pictures Only)

After waiting for weeks, my latest gadget was finally delivered to my door step today.

The box
Doesn’t the box look so cute?

Opened box
The pretty set-up manual.

Opened box
My pretty, still wrapped in plastic.

Cords and battery
The 3-cell Lithium ion battery and the power cords.

The other manuals that came with the box.

Bluetooth dongle
Free bluetooth dongle. I don’t particularly like it as it sticks out too much instead of being flush against the side of the computer.

It takes a little while to get used to.

HP Mini 110
Ain’t it cute?!

For a better review, take a look at review done by the Tech65 guys, here.