Behold, the magic of the #panorama mode! Somehow I grew an extra head at my shoulder! #throwbackthursday
Welcome to #sincitySG
Casualty during today’s run. It’s been a good run for four years. Time for new #aasics! (at NTU Sports and Recreation Centre)
Symptoms of #digitaladdiction: taking a #selfie with the #HongKong Stadium at the end of your run #throwbackthursday
Concrete + Jungle = #Singapore #SGalmost50 #HappyNationalDay
Looking forward to the final product of the Yishun community quilt #SG50 (at Yishun Swimming Complex)
"Tell you don’t sit, you still sit" #Singapore #Singlish (at Orchard MRT)
Can’t breathe, everything is just fucking up today.
This weekend we made some breakthroughs in the deep and complex research of doing nothing.
I haven’t exactly followed the training plan exactly but after exercising almost daily, my body is finally feeling it. Today the body was begging to sleep in after a long night and thankfully I did, especially with the ankle acting up yet again.
Age is catching up with me but I need to press on. I think I am off to a pretty decent start after clocking more than 16 clicks on the first week. I’m looking to test my ankle tomorrow and if it seems agreeable and ready, perhaps I can continue with the programme.
Today I had an idea for a photo project something that is very close to home. Still kind of cooking it slowly in my head but the current title would be: The Parachute Family.
Still too lazy to do a proper post to update everything. Perhaps when school starts hahaha oh the irony…
Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri everyone! Time to whack all the good food 👍
New meme trend ‘Fakecationing’ lets you show off travel selfies without having to travel
Are you jealous of your friends’ endless “#wanderlust” photos on Instagram? Wished you could also hop on the travel narcissism that’s spreading on the platform right now?
With new meme trend “Fakecationing”, it’s possible. And you don’t have to burn a hole on travelling expenses.
There are a few things needed for a Fakecation photo — a giant monitor, a smartphone and a prop or two.
Pick your choice of location (The Burj perhaps?), find a nice photo of it and flash it on the monitor.
Depending on what you want to “do” at your holiday spot (having lunch or a quick tan?), pick a prop to match — a pair of sunglasses maybe?
You’re now set for your “fakecation” selfie.
Now, hashtag #wanderlust, hashtag #vacation, hashtag #travel, all you want.
More examples on BuzzFeed.