This year was a year of massive changes for me. 2016 was the year that I stepped out of my comfort zone and embraced the challenged that came my way.
It has been a development year for me as I gained knowledge in many different areas. It has changed my perceptive on health and what constitutes a balance and sustainable lifestyle.
I revamped my focus and also realigned my goals several times since the start of the year and am more certain of the path which I need to follow to realize my dreams.
In this series – “Finding A New Me” I will be sharing my journey in building a more resilient mindset, improving my health and boost my energy levels. 2016 has been a breakthrough year for me and I can say I see things with greater intensity and clarity.
I do not put up with toxic people or give in to unreasonable demands anymore. My focus has been and is always on the well-being of the kids . However now I concentrate more on myself also as I realize that I should not neglect my well-being while providing for the family and kids.
I’m feeling awesome these few days as compared to how I felt in the 1st half of this year.
Join me in this new series of discovery as I share with you my experiences this year.
Were there any major breakthroughs for you this year?
Last weekend I brought the kids down to the newest outlet of CocoICHIBANYA at Raffles Place. The kids love Japanese curry rice and were thrilled to know that we were making a stop at this restaurant for dinner. They had tried the branch at Star Vista a couple of times and loved it.
The kids constantly ask for Japanese curry. They prefer it over the traditional Chinese or Indian Curry as the level of spiciness can be adjusted easily.
From Mild all the way till Level 5 there are 7 different spicy levels which cater to your taste buds. Trust me Level 5 isn’t for the faint- hearted!! The kids love the mild and I settle for Level 1.
This is Tiger girl’s choice whenever she goes to this restaurant. She loves their kids meal as it is super tasty according to her.
This is Monkey boy’s favourite Hamburg curry. He loves hashed beef and rice combo.
This is what I had. I love the soft pieces of beef together with the curry. It is simply delicious!!
Doggie boy had the curry with udon as he didn’t want to eat rice that night. ( Picture in collage above)
Doggie boy and Tiger girl had a milkshake each. It was a creamy and yummy addition to their meals.
In all we love the foods however the appetizer – fries with curry sauce and ice-cream for dessert were less then satisfactory. The fries tasted very powdery and the ice-cream melted extremely fast and was not as creamy and thick as we expected.
Just go for their curry and drinks if you do decided to dine there. You won’t go wrong with your choice.