About

Ning, 25, Singapore.

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ol·o·gy
noun /ˈäləjē/

  • a combining form used in the names of sciences or bodies of knowledge
  • the root word nouns that refer to kinds of speech, writing or collections of writing

Enthusiastic conversationalist, overanalytical TV fan, and writer on my better days. PR professional but desperately still wants to save the world.

Being a real Amy Santiago, I used to create categories for my writing but these days it’s mostly everything and nothing at the same time, if any.

If you’re interested in any corporate or creative collaborations, please email me at heyining91@gmail.com.

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Ning ~ I just stumbled across your blog and I’m so glad I found it! I wish you all the best for finishing the writing challenge since I really liked what you’ve come up with so far! From what I’ve read it actually sounds like we’re very much alike 🙂

    • Hi Daria, thank you so much for your kind comment! It’s super great to meet you. I am determined not to abandon the writing challenge as I so easily do with many writing projects.

      I love your blog as well, and I’ve been reading through it in detail. You’re going to the US for a semester as an exchange student? I’ve done that too! We are indeed pretty alike. Tell me how it goes and if you need any tips. (:

      • Hi Ning ~ good starter, bad finisher hey! I know exactly what you mean. I’m actually thinking about doing a challenge as well, just to find out if I could make it – it really would be a challenge 🙂

        Wow, thank you so much for taking the time to read through my blog as well! Where in the US did you go to? I’m so excited. My semester starts in Jan and I literally can’t wait!

  2. Sorry for the late reply! In the midst of my examinations, unfortunately.

    I went to the University of Connecticut. It’s in this really lovely, albeit isolated, small town. I loved it and I love traveling a lot. I see that you do too!! Where are you going?

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