GFF Blogs

  • Embracing Change: My Perimenopause Journey

    Discover the transformative journey of perimenopause as I share my personal experiences and insights. From navigating symptoms like hair loss and mood swings to embracing change with grace, join me on this empowering journey toward health and vitality. Together, let's break the silence surrounding perimenopause and empower one another to embrace life's transitions with resilience and joy =).
  • From Milestones to Memories: Celebrating Life at 48!

    Life at 48 feels like standing on the summit of a mountain, exhilarating and full of promise. It's a celebration of every wrinkle earned and every lesson learned, embracing the beauty of growing whole, not old. In my 40s, I've discovered that age is just a number, but the experiences, the love shared, and the adventures embarked upon are what truly define us. Join me as I reflect on the journey so far, from navigating the twists and turns of Guilt Free Food to cherishing the unwavering support of cherished friendships. Together, let's raise a glass to the joys of life, the laughter shared, and the endless possibilities that lie ahead!
  • Hello 2024! Say YES to opportunities !

    I particularly love this quote from Richard Branson -  “If somebody offers you an amazing opportunity, but you are not sure you can do it, say yes, then learn how to do it later.”   I am so proud of myself to saying YES to this wonderful opportunity and handle an all-Mandarin interview on MediaCorp Channel.  It's a great start to 2024. 
  • From Home Baker to Pop-Up Pioneer: Guilt Free Food's Journey in the Post-COVID Era

    Discover how Guilt Free Food evolved from a home-based business during COVID, embraced online commerce, and became a trailblazer in the world of pop-up retail in the post-COVID landscape.
  • My 47th birthday reflection

    At 47, I think I am having lesser years ahead of me.  Grateful for the past that has brought me to this day and grateful for the future that is shaped by both my past and present.   As I cruise thru my late 40s, I begin to realize…