Thanks for taking the time to drop by and check out my little online portal, sometimes what I consider to be the very center of my existence. This space has been a huge part of my life now. I started writing on my blog when I was 14 years old, and it’s been a one way track since. What began as merely an outlet for me to vent and release my angsty teenage emotions turned into one of the best things of my life.
I am starting off this site despite being in a quite hectic schedule, Ching Yee Writes is an avenue to not only create and share content that inspires readers but also as a promise to myself to live joyously and to make the best out of the ordinary.
Moving out and forcing myself to be completely independent at a quite relatively young age alone in this ‘complicating and challenging world/society’ was a huge defining factor for me. I now relish being a free spirit, being able to live on my own terms and do what I please.
Interestingly enough, life has always treated me this way. It throws me a pile of crap and waits for me to wallow about helplessly in deep sh*t, but I’ll use it as fertilizer to grow my flowers with, thank you.
Ching Yee Writes is built to be a space where I could express myself creatively through this challenging life while enriching myself in the process. I am a lover of life – always. I make use of this site as my creative outlet to share all beautiful things and thoughts that inspire me in my everyday life.
Food is my passion. I create, style and customize desserts for special events or mostly on my free time. Writing, reading, fashion and beauty are also significants parts of my life. I pay more attention to grooming now. This is because ;
“Proper grooming and professional appearance are important to gain not just positive impression but also respect in the workplace or to the people you meet. First impressions matter and the way you look and carry yourself create impact on people you get along with.”
Though I am still far left behind compared to many out there, but I think I shouldn’t make too much comparison with others because comparison is one of biggest causes of unhappiness. Just be yourself & do what makes you happy.
Entering the world of blogging has brought about a ton of new friends,lessons, experiences and opportunities into my world, and I can’t imagine what life would have turned out like without it (though this is just the beginning). There’s something so very special about sharing a part of yourself on the net. You somehow never feel truly alone, even when you physically are sometimes.
You express your emotions into writing, put it on the internet, and suddenly your feelings and musings are now immortalized. I’m always grateful for and humbled by how these strangers have followed me on this journalistic e-road and to the followers on my Instagram. To my dear readers who have silently or expressively supported me throughout the years, you may not know this, but you’re my pillar of strength from afar. From the kind words you have left on my previous blog which I only talked about my weightloss journey.
So thank you, yes you, the wonderful human being reading this, for sharing this roller coaster ride with me, regardless if you’ve been reading my blog for years, months or if this is your very first time. And if you are one of my IG followers, you will see how I document everything from my everyday musings,to life-altering adventures and everything else in-between.
I don’t think a day goes by without me enthusiastically snapping photos – with every great experience I go through, I think about how I can capture it to share with everyone else.
I hope that as I laugh, cry, learn and grow as a person and write about what little I know of life itself online, in return, I would somehow be able to inspire you even in the smallest and simplest way.