Spend it, of course.
From Takashimaya, my current obsession is the Kimmi Doll.
|The cutest note pads for me and my gurls.|
|Hardbound notebook and burloloy bag for all my chargers.|
From Carrefour, these goodies called out to me:
|Ready-mixes and three-in-ones: so convenient.|
|Squid flakes in varying degrees of heat.|
|Preserved whatsits for my Pop.|
|A Ben-10 toy for my nephew/godson.|
I am addicted to matcha, and will sniff it out wherever it is.
|The sales attendant said that this was the best they had.|
When I bought this at Toast Box, everyone congratulated the cashier:
|Single-serve coffee press. Very Muji, actually.|
And speaking of Muji, I went a little crazy in there.
|I didn't really need... I just WANTED.|
|Cap and woolen shawl in anticipation of our non-existent winter in the tropics.|
And then there was Sephora...
|All the cosmetics you will ever need under one roof.|
|Lipgloss for SIL and Tokidoki nail files for Ma. Why so cute?|
I can't count the number of times that I went inside Takashimaya.
|Their theme was teddy bears.|
|Loot from Watson's-- things they don't have in their stores here.|
|I bought S$100 worth of dried pork and minced chicken. Yum!|
|A vegetable peeler might come in handy. (I dunno, don't ask.)|
|Steph bought these and gave me some. Nama chocolates at supermarket prices!|
Finally, on our last day, I decided to buy a local fashion magazine.
|We should have bought this as soon as we landed.|
|It came with all these catalogs and shopping guides.|
Yez, I bought the original iPad case from the Epicentre store at Ion Orchard, as well as this really useful magazine at the Kinokuniya book store:
|Give me a couple of months to go through it.|
And that's where all my money went.