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Outer order contributes to inner calm -- Gretchen Rubin I know understand why they say that having a messy desk is the key to some form of disorganised, chaotic, downward spiral of a downfall - because we human beings understand the world we live in by windows - our own eyes, our own sight - [...]
I'm feeling the lowest I've ever been since...my last worst-I've-ever-been, and that's because I kind of have been neglecting the idea of taking measures to not neglect my mental health. Ooh. Double negatives and double negligence. That can never be good.
ORANGECOVE released We Are Infinite on November 23rd. This has been the only time I'd willingly listen to people drag out the syllables of the word 'Infinite', because ORANGECOVE does it hella smoothly - the song is one of the best chill tracks I've heard this year. Let me tell you why I'd want the moments [...]
Charlie Lim (@wherewascharlie) and Jasper Tan (@vilecorpses) have been two people that I admired for a long time. And I was having a long (re: shitty as hell) day, thinking that I'd end up living life as a zero-sum game. I've listened to Charlie Lim before - he's a fixture on my Spotify 'favourites', 'quiet', [...]
Like she's trying to sweep remnants of sharp-as-glass pain under a thick carpet.
pop!SUGAR signs off their email with Yours SUGARly. Has there been a more perfect band-brand dynamic? pop!SUGAR had reached out to me prior to the release of their debut single, “Taste the Rainbow”, which charted on the Spotify playlists of New Music Friday Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia and Vietnam. The trio’s first [...]
Lau Siew Mei wrote wonderfully and terrifyingly about the supernatural world and the treachery of our own internal mind’s workings, creating an entrancing narrative of a neighbourhood that charted each other’s lives and were interconnected by voids meant to be filled, or that had been haphazardly filled.
MINISTRY OF MORAL PANIC is an innocent-looking book; packed within its pages are seemingly explosive weapons filled to the brim with gun powder. Do we say phrases like 'filled to the brim with gun powder'? Is that sentence correctly constructed? I don't know. But what I do know is that the debut collection of Amanda [...]
I almost never start stories with a quote, but here I am. William Longgood, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting in 1963, once said that “Dreams and dedication are a powerful combination”. This is certainly, without any hint of sarcasm, ‘breaking news’ for me. And I’m being completely serious. When we were younger [...]