That's me and my parents, with my sis and her boy and my two girls in Batam. We had a great time of 4D3N stay. I think shopping there is wonderful. I spent quite a bit on baking items at Tunas Maju. I also did 1.5 hours of foot reflexology at SG$28. I will definitely like to go there again.
I am 1 year into my TSW and so far things are okay. Nothing that I cannot cope. Occasional outbreak are minor and within control. I guess this will be the end of my TSW update. I am concentrating more on my girls and also myself. I have plans to further study and upgrade myself too next year. Need to pray for financial stability and also squeeze time to be with my girls as much as I can.
Many people encouraged me to remarry and find someone else. Well, for now, I just want to concentrate on getting my own flat, study (perhaps) and spend time with my girls. The rest will have to wait. I am blessed that many people are concerned about me. I am really happy now, really. This is one of the best decision that I have made for myself. Since Dec until now, I have not shed a single tear about my decision. I am not looking back but enjoying everyday and every moment.
August is coming. I will be busy with my daughter's birthday party (everything will be handmade and homemade) and my mom's birthday in August too.
Time flies. I am at month 11 of my TSW journey and I have also worked full time for 3 months. I do miss time away from my children very much, though the everyday routine of waking, getting ready for school, sending them to school, rushing to work, rushing back from work, having dinner with them, tucking them to bed by 9 pm is very hectic. This is such a dilemma. Lol.
I wished that I can do so much more hands-on learning with the younger girl, just like how I did with my elder one. But I am glad that both of them are doing fine in school, eating well, socialising fine and growing healthily.
A few days ago, I just ate 3 of my homemade chocolate cupcakes and on another occasion, I ate durians. I am surprised that I was fine. Very minimal itch and didn’t really bother me, though I popped 4 pellets of sulphur pills.
I have also stopped soaking in dead sea salt (they are costly!) and eating a wider range of food now. I still avoid tomatoes, potatoes and mushrooms and all nightshades vegetables. That means food that is stir-fried together with these vegetables, I avoid too.
Here’s some pics of my lunch that I brought to work.
This is me in my office. I am usually few of the earliest to reach (yes, despite having to send kids to school sometimes). Took some selfies since no one was around. You can see the big improvements on my legs. The rest of my body seems fine for now. *cross fingers*
I will be away on a getaway trip with my parents, my sis and her kids and my children. Till then, take care.
At times, I am not sure what I ate or what I do. I get weird rashes and itch out of a sudden on my arm and my body. It is quite puzzling. But I am not too worried, cos it can never be as bad as 10 months ago.
Yes, I am already 10 months into TSW, 2 months into my new job. Though there are ups and downs in my job, life is going on well for me.
I managed to readjust my younger girl's bedtime earlier. She is asleep by 8 pm every night, which is good news for me because the later she sleeps, the earlier she wakes and the crankier she is throughout the night.
When my younger one sleeps earlier, I tuck my elder one to bed earlier too. She sleeps by 9.30 pm and that gives me more me-time for myself before I tune into bed.
Anyway, I am spending more alone time with both children nowadays ("officially") and kinda getting used to being a single parent on weekends. I brought them to Rise and Shine event at Marina Square on Saturday. We spent 5 hours there.