Monthly Archives: September 2009



I bet some of you guys may have heard about Reebonz before. In fact, I first heard about it from April, one of the guest editors at CLEO during my little stint there. The girls were raving over Reebonz!

Reebonz is Asia Pacific’s first exclusive online shopping destination of premier brands and private sales. You get designer goods at a fraction of its usual retail price!

Discounts at Reebonz can go up to 70% for some products! How does this work? Reebonz hold events which last for a short period of time and that are open exclusively to members only. Brands that have made their appearance on Reebonz previously include Miu Miu, Prada, Coach and Kate Spade. I'm a big fan of Kate Spade and it's super duper tempting whenever I see their sales events!

Currently, Reebonz provides shipping to all of Asia Pacific, so whether you are in Indonesia, Philippines or Brunei, you can still shop at Reebonz! Not only that, the  Reebonz website has a simple and classic layout which allows easy navigation.

Some of the recent past events on Reebonz include

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To gain access to these private sales and more, the kind people at Reebonz have now created an invitation code especially for my readers to sign up! Simply enter the invitation code “nadnut” at or click on and proceed to sign up as a member!

For those who are interested to know more about Reebonz and their private sales, you may join their Facebook fan page or visit their blog!

If you're on twitter, you have to check out their latest blog entry as they are giving away a COACH bag!

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Remember I mentioned that I had a good hair day a few days ago? (On day 12 of your cycle, your hair looks its best!), being the narcissistic person, I am, I felt a huge need to share my camwhorey pics!

I had my hair done at Milly's for the Puma Red in my Head party.

My first pair of hi-tops.

What do you do when you have a bad hairday?

I usually just throw on a cap and tie my hair up.

On a side note, I recently dined at Sakae Sushi with the ching chong boy. Is it me or are their seaweed looking a shade lighter? I'm a big fan of sukiyaki and I was craving for some the other day and ccb decided to bring me to Sakae. Wanted something warm, beefy and soupy for my tummy.

Trying to go low carb as much as possible! It seems so hard to go low carb and I've been visiting lots of sushi places just to do it. (skipping the rice of course!)

Anyway, back to the main topic, what do you do when you have a bad hair day? Share tips please! I can't possible wear caps to work.. 🙁


One of the WYRs that I asked was about whether would you take a cab or a train/bus when you're running late was because of one of my pet peeves.

I'm fine with people running late if it's within the 15 mins grace OR if they've informed me in advance. In that way, I could do other things before hand, etc leaving the house later or maybe going to the library or running an errand.

But I absolutely hate it when people do not give advance notice. E.g. If I'm supposed to meet someone at 6.30pm and I only get a message that he/she will be late at the eleventh hour.

Or better still, only when I've texted them that I've reached, they then reply that they'll be late. It's so stupid, if you KNOW you're gonna be late e.g. meetings, missed the bus, overslept, then bloody hell just give me a message or a call to tell me that!

I know shit happens but at least have the decency to inform me in advance. What's even worse is that they take their own sweet time traveling down and acting all nonchalant about it. "Oh the bus was late, oh something happened etc." and how it's NEVER their fault.

The only time it's forgivable taking buses or trains is when the meet up point is Orchard or if you're freaking broke or if its during those peak hours that taking a train/bus would be faster than taking a cab.

If I have to wait more than 45 minutes for someone without any prior notice or proper explanation and if he/she takes his/her own sweet time, then I won't bother ever meeting up again.

If he/she doesn't show me any respect/courtesy, why should I show them that? Grr.