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  1. A Treat For Mother’s Day

    April 27, 2010 by barbara

    Mother’s Day is just around the corner.  Besides pampering myself with a facial and acne treatment, I would love to give my wardrobe an update.  I was browsing the Gap a while ago and came across some of the most gorgeous new arrivals.  I love Gap.  They have the most stylish and comfortable clothes.  I am madly in love with these few pieces.


    Linen Bermuda Shorts


    Chambray Western Shirt Dress


    Crinkle Flower T Strap Sandal


    Chambray Tote

    So how are you celebrating Mother’s Day?

  2. Stylish Handmade Clothing For Children

    April 24, 2010 by barbara

    If you are looking for some cute and unique skirts  or dresses for your princess, do hop over to 3 Lil Muses.  They have the cutest range of skirts,  sundresses, bloomers, short and shirt set for boys and girls age 6 months to 8 years old.   I love how different fabrics are used to sew the beautiful clothing.  The colors and prints match perfectly.  Tres chic!

    Here is what 3 Lil Muses is about –

    Lillian Smith, the designer of three lil muses, has always followed her heart and now her heart is walking (and crawling) around her on three pairs of little muse’s legs. These clothes radiate with the happiness she has always sought out in the world.

    Check out 3 Lil Muses today and I am sure you will be bowled over by their collection.



    Cupcake Sundresses are so pretty

  3. Not Your Daughter’s Jeans Tummy Tuck ‘Emma’ Pencil Skirt

    April 23, 2010 by barbara

    I have been reading the curvatrim reviews on weight loss lately because I have strayed off the diet wagon and put on a few pounds.  I can feel my tummy getting flabbier *sigh* I wonder if wearing this Not Your Daughter’s Jeans Tummy Tuck ‘Emma’ Pencil Skirt would help to flatten my tummy.  I have a mini school reunion to attend in 2 weeks’ time so I better look good.   This sleek and straight skirt is made from stretch denim and has a flattering fit.   It has crisscross fabric panels which helps to flatten the tummy and lift the derriere.   If you are interested, do check out  Available in Plus sizes too.



  4. Denim Is Back

    April 22, 2010 by barbara

    I was chatting with a friend last night about the prototype 37-c reviews which I had read earlier and then our conversation was diverted to fashion.  She asked me if I have seen the clothes at Forever 21.  Well, I haven’t checked them out until she told me about it yesterday.   Looks like denim is back.  I remember having a similar denim jacket about 10 years ago.  Somehow I cannot remember where is my jacket now. I better do some spring cleaning in my closet this weekend.


  5. Watch A Fistful of Stances Final Episode Online

    April 20, 2010 by barbara

    I know I’ve blogged about watching A Fistful of Stances online earlier but guess what?  I have yet to watch this drama.  I have been so busy lately that I don’t have the time to sit in front of my laptop to watch it.   There have been so many good reviews about this drama and even the final 2 episodes were a bit of a tear jerker.  A Fistful of Stances is also one of the best dramas in 2010 as voted by many netizens.  Like I said earlier, this drama has very good casts and my favorites are Kara Hui, Kelvin Cheng, Kenneth Ma and Dominic Lam.  I better make some time to watch this drama this coming weekend.  Nothing is better than having some cappuccinos in one of the promotional mugs which I received recently with some cookies while enjoying a good drama.

  6. How To Organize Your Cords

    April 19, 2010 by barbara

    I love this KableFlag Cord Labels.  They are the most simple and efficient way to identify the cables.  These adhesive-free PVC tag which wraps around the cords allow us to see the cables easily.  Kableflags are available blank so that we can create our own custom labels with a permanent marker or you can also get pre-printed ones which comes in a pack of 10.  With them, you never have to unplug the wrong cables again.

  7. Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

    April 17, 2010 by barbara

    Time sure flies. Mother’s Day is just a few weeks away.  Have you started shopping for gifts already?  Still not sure what to give mom this Mother’s Day?  Well fret not because here are some great gift ideas which will sure put a smile on mom’s face.


    Rachael Ray Bubble and Brown Baker Set from  Great for mom who loves to bake.


    Beautiful Conservatory outdoor rugs from  Made from 100% fine spun polypropylene, they are resistant to mold, mildew, heavy foot traffic.


    Underbed and Utility Baskets from Pottery Barn


    A gorgeous lightweight silk shawl from


    Durable and lightweight RuMe Reusable Bag from Each bag can hold more than 50 pounds.  Perfect for grocery or mall shopping, gym, beach, picnics or just about anywhere.

  8. Haba Solemio Tent

    April 12, 2010 by barbara

    Looking for an indoor swing for your kids? Well check out this swinging Solemio tent.   Made from polyester,  the colourful tent has large fabric mesh windows and decorated with vibrant flowers and butterflies.  Wish they come in adult size too.  It has swivel hook and snap link for fixing and can take a maximum weight of 176 pounds.  Let your kids have some fun in this adorable tent.  They may not leave their room *wink*.


  9. oh how i love these

    April 9, 2010 by barbara






    Clothing, shoes and bag are from

  10. A Fistful of Stances Online

    April 6, 2010 by barbara

    A Fistful of Stances is a 25-episode pre-modern drama which I am very looking forward to watching online.  From the title, you would know that this drama is all about martial arts.  What attracted me to want to watch it is the cast.  Kevin Cheng is one of my favorite actors.  So is Kenneth Ma.  I like Dominic Lam too and I am glad that this drama has a very line-up of actors and actresses.   The female casts are Selina Li, Natalie Tong, Yuen Qiu, Tavia Yeung and more.  I can’t wait to get started on this drama.  Have you watched it?

    Kevin Cheng as Koo Yu Cheung
    Kenneth Ma as Koo Yu Tong
    Natalie Tong as Ying Ngam Ming
    Nancy Wu as Chow Mui Mui
    Yuen Qiu as Au Yeung Wai-Lan
    Tavia Yeung as Au Yeung Wai-Lan (Young version)
    Dominic Lam as Wing Tak
    Jacky Heung as Wing Man Kwan
    Shirley Yeung
    Selena Li

    Au Yeung Wai-Lan is the owner of a martial arts school. She was recently reunited with her eldest son, Koo Yu Cheung, after years of separation.

    Upon Yu Cheung’s return home, he was shocked to learn that his younger brother, Koo Yu Tong, is suffering from a critical illness. What is more shocking for Yu Cheung was that their father was murdered by Wing Tak, the owner of a medicinal company as well as the bitter rival of the Koo family.

    Yu Cheung never liked kung-fu but has always shown potential for the arts. His potential in kung-fu shine even brighter when he takes on Wing Man Kwan, Wing Tak’s son.

    Wai-Lan places all her hopes on Yu Cheung to take on the Wing family. She even taught Yu Cheung a special set of kung-fu skills that was created by the Koo family. Wai-Lan even registers Yu Cheung for the Guangdong Boxing Championship, and as fate would have it, Yu Cheung’s opponent at the tournament happens to be Man-Kwan!

    Yu Cheung achieved tremendous success in martial arts but his success also makes him lose his bearings. He is caught in a love triangle with Ying Ngan Ming (Wai-Lan’s apprentice) and Chow Mui Mui, his dream girl. Yu Cheung’s confusion in love as well as his exhaustion with kung-fu caused him to fall in the final tournament.

    Will Yu Cheung sort out his problems in time to save the Koo family?