our first MRT ride

January 29, 2017 • [views] • 11 comments •  shares

Most of you street-smart people would roll your eyes reading this hahaha. BUT I DON’T CARE! I went on the MRT for the first time and it was so fun!! I got so excited tapping the coin onto the machine and when the gates opened for me, I felt like I was being accepted into a club or something. Hahahaha. Oh, things that thrill me.

It reminded me of my uni days in London, how I miss those days! Subway and bus and public transport everywhere even at night, and it was so safe. Here, we all drive (or Uber/Grab) everywhere but it’s nice to know that public transport is improving tremendously. This new MRT project reportedly cost RM21 billion (How. many. limited. edition. handbag. is. that?!!) so naturally I wanted to try it out since it just completed. Plus I’m a taxpayer too, so I contributed to a screw or two… the smallest ones. Hahaha.


four kids + genting highlands

January 26, 2017 • [views] • 7 comments •  shares

I still remember those days I would write about Little Nephew and Little Niece. All those memories are here in Proudduck, just available for them to read one day when they’re all grown up. Now Little Nephew and Little Niece aren’t little anymore, they’re just Nephew and Niece…. at that preteen age… all grumpy and complicated. Haha. Now that whole generation has grown; Aman, Zara, Daniel, Mariam and recent addition Faith. And we keep them very close, they see each other almost every other day.


eating in

January 16, 2017 • [views] • 15 comments •  shares

One thing you might not know about the New 2017 Vivy?

She cooks. Everyday.

I know, right. I keep surprising you with my domestic goddess-ness.

Hahahahaha.

Ok but seriously, I found a love for cooking in 2016 and ever since we moved into our new home, I’ve been feeling all domestic-y. Domesticky – what a cute word I invented. Haha. What I love most about cooking is not the taste of my cooking (I’ve served bitter curry before, and burnt chicken.. but you know.. not like they have any other choice…). But it’s the relationships that are strengthened through cooking. When I cook, I am in the kitchen with my helpers and it’s seriously so fun to just hang out with them and fuss over things¬†and if we’re in fact sure if that’s salt or sugar we just put in the soup. And I swear I think they also love it, because we talk and laugh and I like to korek from them any problems that they’re having with their jobs. I always say that helpers who live with you are also a part of your family, so it’s your responsibility to take care of them and make them feel loved too.


the thirteen year old book

January 11, 2017 • [views] • 7 comments •  shares

I forgot to write about the most crucial part of our Ducks sleepover the other night.

Hanaa brought a book. A very important book.

That had so much of our crap in it from school! Haha.

We graduated high school in 2004, it’s now 2017 so this book is 13 years old.

THIRTEEN YEARS OLD GUYS!

The rest of the pages should never be shown to the public haha.

Oh and the old photos of us in braces and ponytails.

We read through our little post it notes in class and our little doodles of complete nonsense. How we managed to get good grades is beyond me, because it sure seems like we were just talking about boys throughout high school hehe. And how we managed to get boyfriends looking like that… hahahaha.


have you guys visited yet?

January 8, 2017 • [views] • 10 comments •  shares

I have a Media tab in this blog now – I get a lot of emails from university students wanting information of either me or the companies, so since we can’t do single interviews with each one, please do refer to this tab to get information. All my past features are there. Hope it helps!

I usually know when there’s a feature on me in the media, because I would have gone through a shoot/interview with the journalist before that. But the best ones are the ones that completely surprised me. And I usually know the news from my followers, so thank you so much guys!