When I was 12, I created my first blog. I had hideous 4cm hair and tragic URL/email addresses—spunkygal93, coolblue_guppy, you name it.
When I was 19, I gave up the paper chase after graduating from Temasek Polytechnic and spent close to four years in the PR & Marketing industry in Singapore.
I told my mother I’d save the money that was meant for my degree but spent it on adopting a pet bear @bibithechow instead. Thankfully, I didn’t die from an overdose of nagging.
When I was 23, I joined the publishing industry as a sub-editor for The Smart Local’s sister-site ZULA.sg.
When I’m not editing articles round the clock, here I am scribbling on my personal diary at 1.00am. This is where you might find typo errors because my brain is fried after work.
I never thought my Internet hobby would’ve turned into a career over the past decade. But to me, writing is a form of therapy and I hope you enjoy your stay.