What are you most self-conscious about? For me, its my tummy. Having spent most of my teenage years being overweight, despite working out 1-3 weeks a week, I still can't get rid of my belly fat. You can imagine how I feel whenever I spot a nice bodycon dress because no matter how many russian twists or side crunches I do, my belly is still there.
Apart from a slim silhouette, one thing I have always coveted is smooth and sleek hair. I remember paying for my first hair rebonding with pocket money that I have saved up at age 14. The thing is - I had frizzy hair and I didn't like how it looked. It looked messy no matter how I combed it. Fast track to my late teens, my hair was less frizzy but it was dry and I also had to deal with a bit of hair loss after the numerous chemical treatments I underwent including rebonding, colouring and perming.
Most of you have probably seen my #cnynails on my Instagram. This year, I opted for a simple marbled nail art with gold foil bits and silver glitter to complement the pastel purple.
If you have been following my Instagram stories, you would know that I am into baking lately. I have been making and baking cheese tarts, french baguette, oat rosemary wholemeal buns just to name a few. You might ask what spurred the sudden interest, well, on the eve of Christmas eve, my SO was telling me how good the cheese tarts from BAKE were even though he isn't a big fan of cheese. While I haven't tried the cheese tarts from BAKE and the closest one I had was from Pablo when we were at Osaka, I knew I had to try my hand at making them. Plus, we had a Christmas party that evening and that gave us another reason to make them!