Just realised that it has been some times since I updated this space of mine. Life has been great when I took a big leap of faith to leave NTU to focus on Piggyback and the businesses, at the same time, rebuilding myself as it will soon be one year since it had happened.
I’ve been trying my best to overcome all the negative emotions and putting my energies on myself, kiddos and etc. And even crypto.
Got to admit that I still suck at short trading. The moment I sold on 30 April 2021, it mooned another 20% within the next 12 hours. LOL. Hopefully my $GRT will give me that bang for my bucks in times to come.
Looking back perhaps I need to change my strategies to do short trading. E.g instead of selling what I bought, perhaps I should sell my base value worth.
E.g. I used SGD 1,500 to buy in $GRT at 1.68 thus giving me 885 $GRT and perhaps next time I should sell $1,500 worth instead of selling 885 $GRT to get like a 20% profit margins. HAHAHA.
Just wondering if this will work. And I shall do that the next round. Let me know if you would like to share your tips in short trading. 🙂
The crypto world is going cray with all the community efforts in pumping what they called, shitcoins. LOL. All thanks to the viral reddit thread by SatoshiStreetBets.
They pumped $Doge aka DogeCoin which is created based on a meme featuring a Shiba Inu?! Like what?! And it was pumped up to 900% within 24 hours. And yes, Elon Musk sent a frenzy when he puts #Bitcoin in Twitter profile. Talking about the community strengths versus the hedge fund traders. It’s definitely a stressful week for the professional traders.
I did a shift to my portfolio where I focus on Altcoins now and as I was typing this, I just liquidate $GRT that gained a 5% within 2 weeks (The shitty part, the moment I sell the coins, it got pumped another 10% more, damn). $XRP did a good game too with 20% profit for me. Not bad for a short term trade.
I’m actually quite skeptical on the way I trade. For me, I just pick 2-4 and one of it will be the main based and prayed to heavens that it’s the right choice for me. But the stress level to look see at 3-4 will drive me nuts. HAHAHA. The reddit frenzy taught me that — You can read all the whitepapers u want but trading has no logic in crypto when community traders triumphed over the technologies, just like the Chopstick Theory that my mum loves to mention when I’m younger. LOL
Trade safe, trade well. Share with me your trading style via comments.
I found my closure and have locked up all my past negative posts.
Moving forward, there will only be positivity sharing.
Self Discipline is the BEST Discipline.
Till date, we will let fate decides.
Update: 15 Dec 2020; Amazingly, the cycle repeats and I managed to clear out on my Instagram. It’s ironic to be socially-decluttered and focus on self, life, kids and business.
A restart is good, a recharge is definitely better.
I would rather spend my effort in investing than focusing on the wrong things and reasons. Join me at my crypto journey today. Do you think crypto or rather BITCOIN will reach the 20K USD before XMAS? 🙂
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Address: 35 Hougang Ave 3, #01-02, Singapore 538840 (Situated within Hougang Community Club | Open in Google Maps) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/luckycatcafesg Payment: Cash, PayNow and PayLah! Operating Hours: Daily, 09:00am – 10:00pm (Kitchen will be closed during 2pm to 5pm on Monday to Friday. Last Order for Kitchen at 08.30pm and for Bar at 09.00pm) Vegan’s Notes: Vegan options available here. Please inform when ordering.
So apparently, I was browsing through Facebook and chanced upon Keith‘s Post on Japanese Vegetarian Cuisine and the bonus – it’s in my old hood and stone thrown from my mum’s. Being a Jap-Food fanatic, I am excited to find out if this place could be my new hangout place other than Teng Bespoke or Herbivore.
As you would have known by now – the parking is fuss free with ample lots at the nearby open carpark at Blk 24, Hougang Ave 3, Postal Code: S530024
Gentle reminder that you need to enter via the other entrance instead of the one facing the carpark. I love the cafe’s rustic yet ZEN ambience.
It kind of reminded me of some Taiwanese Teahouse (I miss Taiwan!) And the staff are friendly and helpful. Our orders as follows:
#1 Salmon Sashimi – S$4.00
Not bad! It taste similar across all the other Jap-Veg restaurants. However the soya sauce not sure if it’s personal but it tasted a little sweeter as per compared to other restaurants.
#2 Shitake Cream & Cheese – S$7.00
The kids love this because it’s a combination of their favourite food – Cheese and Mushroom. The cheese melts at the right temperature and the crisp was fried right. Not sure is this teriyaki sauce but everything just felt on point. On another note – this seems to be the hot favourite as I saw on the Cafe’s Facebook that many couldn’t get their hands on this dish as it was sold out at times.
Sharanne loves all the tempura stuff and didn’t finish up the rice bowl that she ordered and went straight to the snacks. The mini cheese and prawns was her favourite, with the teriyaki sauce – it was a double yums!
I must say this dish taste good. R ordered this and the crunch of the cucumber and vegetarian unagi seems to be the best match. The sauce and mayo amplified the taste and bring out the best.
For all the Udon fans, I’m so sorry! Because to be honest, I don’t see any of the udon dishes on their menu. Thus the noodle fanatic members of my family went for Somen instead. It tastes like the rice vermicelli though. Not too bad. The fish cake tastes okay but I’m not a mocked meat person so my views tends to be a little bias.
And in any case if you want to have a bite of the local dishes like Hokkien Mee and etc. The good news – they served it at the Cafe. 🙂
Without the crunch of the cucumber but was good in my opinion. I would love to try their Curry Don but it was out of stock when I went over on a Monday night time.
Sharanne ordered this. Took 2 spoons and passed it back to me. It tastes great, although I indicated less spicy I guess my tolerance for chilli is a little O_O. This would be ideal for those who take spicy food. By the way, this is served with breaded and deep-fried White Monkey Head Mushroom coated with a housemade sweet and spicy sauce atop a bed of Japanese rice with some side salad. Enticing right, spicy food lovers?
This is gooooooood. It tastes exactly like the Bubble Red Milk Tea. Haha! I heard this is one of the top picks over at their bar. Not sure what’s the content although I read through some reviews that they will serve warm milk and also soy milk (for the vegan friends?).
I would pick Always Christmas Chocolate anytime over Mocha because the former one contains trace of mint. The mocha was done right.
No prizes for the right guess. Yes, this is my drink. I love white tea because of the anti-oxidants contents.
To me, it’s quite convenient as there is direct bus from Hougang Bus Interchange and for those who drives, there are ample parking lots right at Blk 24 Hougang Ave 3. And in near future, minutes walk from (CR7) Defu MRT Station.
Not bad. But I feel the variety can be better. And given that it has just opened its doors, I believed it’s a matter of time that they will include more dishes. P.S: Please consider udon dishes. Hahaha.
Reasonable for a cafe-tier pricing. Portion looks good and I didn’t break my bank just to fulfill my Japanese Vegetarian food cravings.
Verdict: Will definitely go again but with COVID-19 Phase 2 still in place, there is limited seating right now due to social distancing. Can’t wait for things to get better next year. I would love to try the Curry Don and will re-order the Shitake Cream & Cheese and the Cereal Cream Tea!
Recently, Shar-B started to request to go out with her BFFs and being a paranoid mum, I was soooooo fearful that she met nasty people or perhaps a paedo preying on people. However as part of growing up, I knew
And there’s nothing foolproof, I taught her this “Plan X” thing which I feel it’s useful to share with the parents out here. I chanced upon this amongst a Facebook post in the past.
Plan X – To get out of an uncomfortable situation with no questions asked.
I told Shar-B if she needs to get out of an uncomfortable situation with no questions asked, all she needs was to message me a “X” and I will call her immediately. If she didn’t pick up, I will type her a series of standard answers.
Mummy: Hey Shar, where are you? I need you to come back to handle an emergency situation. Where are you now? I will come pick you in a few minutes.
And if anyone were to ask, Shar-B would have said, “I’m not sure why but my mum wants me back now.”
I guessed being a parent – the act of worrying will last me till the end of the lifetime. I will not give chance to anyone to abuse/ make use of my daughters. I do not raise them up as such.
Enough of grieving and start to be on track. Recently, there is this unknown hype for CHAINLINK $LINK that moved to Rank #5 after $XRP with a market cap of $5,611,269,745 USD. This fast rising crypto is definitely a must-watch especially during this bullish market.
I guessed this would be a good project that doubled up on the security and trust level among people using blockchain and reputable companies are using it. There is a huge potential behind all these as people start to digitize workflow and payments, moving towards a cashless world.
I would personally buy a little to accumulate some boost for near future as I believed the potential would be quite similar to Etherum. Buy a little won’t harm. 🙂
Singapore is moving towards Phase 2 after months from the announcement of Circuit Breaker.
This Circuit Breaker taught me alot. From facing the utmost challenge of having my heart broken and shattered into million pieces to picking myself up. It was never an easy feat and I never thought these 6 months would had changed me drastically.
The thoughts had taunted me till this very moment and will continue to do so till I had officially healed and hopefully from this, I will come out stronger and better as an individual, entrepreneur, mother, daughter and a sister.
I will try my best and give my best shot. Words are cheap and indeed, actions speak louder. As we moved onto Phase 2, we must remember not to be complacent and take things for granted. Self control and discipline are important across all aspects of life.