Saturday, July 18, 2015

How to Get Married in Singapore 101 (Women Guide)

This post will be educating what our education did not educate us. And that is "How to Get Married in Singapore 101 (Women Guide). Perhaps if there is request I will do a Men Guide as well. Any deviations to my teaching and I no longer can guarantee your success. I'm sorry and good luck to all you yet married persons out there! (hint: even the engaged readers please take some hints)

1) Only say the word "Yes". Yes, yes yes, yes yes yes, yes. Repeat! Yes to after every sentence he says, he asks or tells you to do or suggests. Basically everything. No other ways to a men's heart besides staying positive, ALL THE TIME.

 2) Smile ALOT. Like all the time, dont worry about others thinking youre a mad person. Dont have to do anything, only SMILE. Show your pearly megawide billionaire (million dollar is no longer what it is worth due to inflation) smile and he will love it, he loves you till the very last day of the world. Just smile, dont use your brain and SHUT UP.

3) Wait for him to give you what you want. If he doesnt suggest, dont ever suggest. NEVER EVER ASK OR HINT DARLINGS! Just keep waiting 10 years, 20 years and if he will, because he should know. He who knows is the one who God has brought to you, what popularly known as Mr. Right? Anyway, he will say what you want before you mention anything, because the one you marry understands you, he loves you, wants to give you only the best he can deliver, his 110% while you give him less than 80%, he is your soulmate, your partner you will spend your rest of your life with You cant force a man to do anything. ANY MEN. Most important your one and only man.

 4) Believe God has a plan for all of us. And, he will bring the person to you and keep saying thank you to God, because in this way, he will know what he brought to you is what you really want deep down in your heart.

5) Last but not least, love him like you love yourself. Love his family like you love yours. Love his friends like you love yours. Love everyone and every person in this world whom you meet, because you have met them for a reason. It is your destiny. Treasure it.

Better take advice from a close to 30s Singapore Woman, after what I have been through this is my takeaways and after you have read this, I only have one condition in return, to let me know when you're married by commenting on this post. Dont Forget!

Keep loving and keep smiling

Mrs Singapore Woman (very soon but i dont know when! Still waiting for my ringzzzz ;) Suspense is killing me ^^)

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Why I love & like my man

For all men reading my blog, he's an insight to what we women speak about and to women/ some girls, you would love to get some info. It's like gossiping with me but one way monologue from me.

Many people ask what my type of man is. I don't really know. You know only after you have it, and feel happy. Happiness is when you realize the answers to your question. I feel happy with my 2 year angmoh fiancé. Here is my type of man:

He is 
1) very patient. For an impatient person, it's a perfect fit
2) handbag protector. He protects my handbag by carrying it despite any onlookers' following eyes
3) no temper. And for someone in a stressed up environment, it's a great fit
4) always smiling. See the only person similing at shopping malls, it's him. easy to find him. NO ONE, I repeat, no one in Singapore smiles at all. Most of the time. Just look around you. I love it that he does. It just shows general happiness with life, and positivity for the future. It's Hope 
5) buys >5 items for me and my parents each time we meet. It's raining gifts. I'm so happy. Who doesn't like to receive. I give my very best 
6) tall. Very tall *thumbsup* that sense of protection from my new bodyguard. Ohhh feel like the world can collapse and I have my ironman
7) high nose. I love it!
8) eye brows
9) rich enough to bring up more than 5 children of mine without me having to worry financially
10) rich enough for me to stop work and relax 

Half married Singapore Woman 

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Well-being as a Singaporean

The Global Well-Being Index includes the five elements of well-being. Notice that wealth (or lack thereof) accounts for only 1/5 of the elements measured.
  • Purpose: Liking what you do each day and being motivated to achieve your goals
  • Social: Having supportive relationships and love in your life
  • Financial: Managing your economic life to reduce stress and increase security
  • Community: Liking where you live, feeling safe, and having pride in your community
  • Physical: Having good health and enough energy to get things done daily

  • Results were categorized as either thriving, struggling, or suffering.
  • Thriving: A well-being that is strong and consistent in a particular element
  • Struggling: Moderate and inconsistent
  • Suffering: Low and inconsistent