Week 4: Adapting to.. making decisions

Today is Sunday night and I’m writing this early because.. I have nothing else to do. Well, not really cause I can watch some dramas or finish the last episode of produce x 101 or perhaps start reading some eBooks or travel inspiration about NZ but oh wells, I shall not procrastinate on my weekly

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New Zealand – Grocery Shopping Prices

This post will be constantly updated as the days go by; unless I find it useless.. Last Update: 19 July 2019 I don’t usually do grocery shopping in Singapore and now that I’m here in New Zealand, you’re kind of forced to cook on a daily basis. Dining out is pretty pricey and the food

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Week 3: Working Out while Working

Oh yea~ Seems like I’m pretty consistent with my Monday night weekly recap of my life in New Zealand. Would love to add more photos to my entries but I’m kind of lazy so I’ll leave the images to appear on Instagram and my blog will be all the longwinded grandmother stories that I can’t

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Week 2: Living like a local

It’s monday night again and here’s my update for the week. I’m not sure if this will get published tonight as I’m supposed to sleep at 10pm and its already 10:08pm but I guess I’ll type till I’m tired. The biggest summary of week 2 is that I’ve bought a car (and sent it back

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Week 1: No Work but Holiday in Christchurch

Hi there, my fellow readers who may be interested in my mediocre life. Thanks for the few encouragement comments that I’ve received for my Day 0 post. Things like that kind of motivates me to write more as there is indeed someone reading. I plan to do a weekly recap once a week, in addition

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Working Holiday New Zealand 2019/2020 – The Preparation

(Note: This post is not complete and I will constantly update it with more research information. I’m publishing it earlier so that I can find/gather more people(strangers) that are going over to NZ this year. Feel free to email me (flyhoneystars@gmail.com) or IG DM me @flyhoneystars so we can share information! Should the response be

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