I’ve been dreading writing this post. I knew when it came to today it would be tough to start thinking about the end so instead of doing that we had a full day ahead of us in Singapore and that’s exactly what we focused on. After a late wake-up Jake and I went back to the same area as last nights late dessert to go to a coffee shop we saw along the way % Arrabica which we later found out just opened this month and is quite popular. There Jake got an Americano and I had a Latte, both of which were out of this world. It’s one of the better latte’s I’ve ever had and I’ve my fair share of coffee since moving to New York.
One of the things Jenn was adamant about when we booked this trip was that if we were in Singapore she wanted to take a day trip to Kuala Lampur. It’s not a place either of us have had a strong desire to stay at, but since we were so close by we wanted to at least visit. So this morning after the amazing but late night last night at Odette we made our way to the Singapore Airport at 6 AM. We grabbed some coffee and bagels at Coffee Bean and then were off to Malaysia.
We couldn’t have had a better start to our last stop of the trip, Singapore yesterday. Riding off the high of last nights light dinner and drinks at Atlas we slept in this morning. I think the shades for the room didn’t open up until after 10 AM when Jake and I went downstairs in search of Starbucks and a cool coffee shop. We found both. We started off at Starbucks where we bought Jenn her 5th mug of the trip for Singapore and a blueberry muffin. After that we walked back to our hotel and went to the very hip coffee shop Joe & Dough where Jake had a their specialty coffee and I had a cappuccino.
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I’ve been doing goals or new years resolutions for most of my adult life. I started publishing my big goals for the year back in 2015. I’m not always perfect but its a good way for me to be accountable for what I want to accomplish for the year ahead. I’ve had my list of 2019 goals written down since October of 2018, but was late in getting them on the blog. I’ve made my goals far more straightforward this year. Five goals, no sub-goals and I plan to hit all five. Let’s go through them.
Each year when I sit down to write my year-in-review it is as much about looking back as it about looking ahead. Of any year I’ve written one of these years-in-review, 2018 is a year that I want to make sure I capture, because it was a time of incredible travel, major milestones, small simple moments and tremendous life altering change. And so without further ado I give you our 2018 year in review.
It’s that time of year again! Jenn and I have spent times independently looking back at the year that was and talking about some of our favorite things from 2018. From TV shows, to vacation stops, to memories, we’ve written down our favorites from 2018, and here they are!
Unlike most months, June is going to be strictly about the first 26 days of the month, not including the last five days or so which will be covered in our daily post of our upcoming trip to Egypt, Dubai, Mumbai, and Singapore. But that will come in future posts. For now let’s take a look back on the month of June!