The second part of the shoot was all about documentation of my lifestyle and eating habits. The first scene was at the supermarket where I shop for fresh produce. I admit that I enjoy grocery shopping a lot and I would bring along a recycling bag with me all the time just in case I might be buying food items from the NTUC. Besides eating clean, I am also trying to go green by living more simply and opting for environmental-friendly and cruelty-free products.
I wouldn’t think it is very attractive for a lady to be holding a basket while oranges a firm squeeze to see if it is ripe and juicy. Since young, I already knew I had that motherly trait in me.
It was somewhat crowded at NTUC Xtra at Bukit Timah Plaza with the stream of people living in the proximity, dropping by to shop for groceries before the long weekend. But they couldn’t quite care less about those men in black who were arming with a camera and microphones. At the very least, they are not arming themselves with any weapons like knives and guns.
A couple of weeks before the shoot, there was some painting works done by Dulux Singapore at my house so now it is looking really new with that fresh coat of paint. My parents also spent alot of time trying to tidy up and decorate our living space so that it looks good on camera. Thank you Daddy and Mummy!
Even the cameraman quipped that it looked like they were filming for a cooking show…
Yoga has also taught me about feeling the body and understanding the connection between the body, mind and soul. This eating clean philosophy is also in many ways similar to the Aryuvedic diet practiced by many yogis.