**As of 9 May 2018, my boyfriend and I have broken up. To find out more, read 5 Valuable Life Lessons to Learn from Failed Relationships**

Last week on 10 April 2018, my boyfriend and I visited Vivo City to celebrate our first “anniversary” (it was exactly one year ago when we met!). It wasn’t a big celebration, but it was definitely a meaningful and sincere memory to be kept.

Seeing his smile honestly makes me feel so accomplished as a girlfriend! Girls, get you a guy that appreciates you because you deserve it!


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This is what happened:


My boyfriend and I bought cakes from Swee Heng 1989 Classic as it has been one of my favorite bakeries since I was a little girl young. This is us trying to take insta-worthy photos with our cakes because “a good picture needs framing” – my boyfriend 2018.

Rainbow Cake | $3.80

I personally like this although it doesn’t have a distinct flavor in each layer (what I look for in a rainbow cake!) 🙊 It tastes like a good vanilla sponge cake though! 👍🏻 And the size seemed worth it for the price to me, although I would prefer more frosting in between the layers 😇

Chocolate Mousse | $3.50

The chocolate mousse cake is so moist! This is definitely for all you chocolate lovers out there and make sure you don’t leave the cake out in the open for too long or the frosting in between the cakes will melt.


Yay to FREE ice cream! We went to the outlet at Vivo City and Oh. My. God. From a distance, I see the seemingly never-ending queue. But it wasn’t that bad though (except for the hot weather!) as our turns came surprisingly fast.

That’s pretty much all that we did that day. Yeap, we didn’t do much. Just eating and eating, and more eating. But I still loved it as it was a great memory to mark our milestone together! I look forward to more days with this little pumpkin and.. just a short note to my boyfriend – happy “anniversary” boyfie!

So, what do you girls out there do with your boyfriend during celebrations? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear them!

Have a wonderful day ahead!

Big Hugs,

Yue Xuan


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Happy Tuesday everyone! 😘

We shall say goodbye to Monday blues now 🧐 Today, I want to share with all of you one of my first pen works! As some of you might already know, I loved art from a very, VERY, young age. 😍

Oh, and, have you already got your playlist this month figured out? If not, you can head over to my April Playlist 2018 for some inspiration! 😇

This mandala was inspired by the deathly hallows (harry potter influence here!). This is definitely not an original artwork I created myself, whereas one which I found on Pinterest one fine day.

And the minute I saw that gorgeous mandala, I saved it right away and told myself: “I need to recreate this on my black sketchbook!”. 

And I did. So here you go guys! This is what the final outcome looks like:

Drawing mandalas are one of my favorite forms of art! And this pen work happened to be one of my favorites currently. ☺️

So, here it is! The Deathly Hallows, my very first mandala artwork:

I’m obsessed with this uni-ball Signo White UM-120AC* pen (the one shown above!) which I used for all my black paper works! It is a gel pen and it’s ink flows so nicely on the paper without any breakages in between. Also, the white color is really opaque on the black paper which makes it even greater! Definitely one of my most favorite pens for my artworks!

The original artwork I used for reference is below:

So, if you would like to get one of my favorite uni-ball Signo White UM-120AC pen, you can click the link here*!

I hope you guys enjoyed this short blog post! 😁 Let me know in the comments whether you would want to see more of my artworks and have a great week ahead! 😇💕

Big Hugs,

Yue Xuan


It’s the weekends! And that means enjoyment and leisure time, right? Get your weekend vibes up and kickin’ with my April Playlist! Psst.. It’s FREE too.


My March Playlist

Remember to spend your weekends on what you love and want to do! One thing I’ll recommend is to visit the museum

**Speaking of museums, have you read my previous blog post? My best friend and I visited the Future World Exhibition at the Art Science Museum!**

here’s my playlist below, or if you prefer, you can follow my playlist on Spotify!


Or, if you’d prefer, you can always follow my playlist on my Spotify – just search for the title: My April Playlist 2018!

Call Out My Name – The Weeknd


Love Lies – Khalid, Normani

Tightrope – Michelle Williams

Mine – Bazzi

Delicate – Taylor Swift

Just Like You – Louis Tomlinson

2U – David Guetta, Justin Bieber

Never Be The Same – Camila Cabello

I Can’t Fall In Love Without You – Zara Larsson

Stargazing – Kygo, Justin Jesso

Lights Down Low – MAX

That’s it for this week’s post and I’ll see you guys soon with another blog post!

What are you go-to songs for April? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear them!

Happy weekend everyone!

Big Hugs,

Yue Xuan


Last year in September, I visited the Future World Exhibition at Art Science Museum with my best friend and it was SO fun and memorable!! It was truly an unforgettable experience as many works exhibited there were futuristic, and many of which also interacts with the visitors! 

As usual, us trying to capture as many Instagram worthy shots resulted in hundreds of pictures taken.

Many of them actually looks pretty much the same, but hey, it takes effort to capture that perfect shot, right?


So, these are some of the best shots we’ve taken there after hours of bending, posing, laughing and hard work :

Knowing that it is a permanent exhibition, I’ll definitely recommend any of you who are in Singapore to go visit (or maybe after your cafe hopping session)!

One down side though, is that tickets aren’t free! 😖 So, if you can afford a ticket to visit, we highly encourage you to do so.

But if you don’t, don’t worry, I got you covered. Singapore offers many free admissions to museums and exhibitions too such as the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) and Art Trails!

I hope you guys like this photo blog! Have a wonderful day ahead and I’ll see you guys soon! 

Do you visit museums? If so, what exhibition(s) do you enjoy the most and why? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear them!

Big Hugs,

Yue Xuan


**Update: Next Stop Cafe is permanently closed.**

Today is such a beautiful day, why? Because it’s FREE BEN AND JERRY’S ICE CREAM DAY! 

It’s also exactly 1 year ago today when my boyfriend and I first met in school, so today’s our first “anniversary” (So cheesy!).

My boyfriend and I have broken up as of 9 May 2018. You can read more about what happened over at 5 Valuable Life Lessons to Learn from Failed Relationships.

**Have you read my previous cafe blog post? If not, you can click here to read it!**


Yesterday, we made a visit to Next Stop Cafe at Jurong East, Singapore for lunch.


My Favorite Pastry Cafe: St. Marc Cafe

Affordable Lunch at Swensen’s for a Happy You

I heard about this cafe months ago on Burpple (a Singapore food app!) and have been wanting to try it out ever since. And now, I finally got to visit this cafe after so long! I was so busy with school that I couldn’t go anywhere.

Oh and, just a tiny-weeny bonus, the food here are mostly below $10! I repeat. Below $10. 

WHAT EVEN?? So worth it.


I really liked the environment as it gave off a warmth feeling, the air con was really cold and chill, and the music played just made everything more relaxing. I love how the environment just makes me feel so homey and comfy!

Want evidence? Just look at this beautiful sight.

You guys must be screaming “I’m so hungry right now, please just show me what you ate!”. I understand. 


These were what we ordered: 

Al Fungi | $6.90

I loved the Al Fungi pasta! It tastes really unique and the tomato herb sauce is just right to complement with the mushrooms! It was nothing like what I had before as other pasta I have tried. I highly recommend this!

Al Fungi Pasta

Chicken Lasagne | $6.90

Well, aesthetics wise, it doesn’t look quite attractive. But this thing is so filling! I love how the cheese stays melted and stringy even when it turned slightly cold (great cheese that is!). This place is very generous with its tomato sauce, although it tastes slightly too sweet for my preferences. But still, not a bad choice as the chicken, pasta, and the cheese made up for it.

Chicken Lasagna

Iced Chocolate | $4.50

Honestly, I was really disappointed by the worthiness of this drink. Don’t get me wrong, it doesn’t taste bad, it just isn’t good enough to make up for the $4.50.

I personally enjoyed Al Fungi the most so do give them a try if you visit Next Stop Cafe and make sure to let me know what you think!

I will definitely go visit again and I encourage you guys to do so too! Just make sure to bring a jacket because it’s honestly freezing in there.

Do you like visiting cafes? If so, what type of cafes are you attracted to? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear them!

Big Hugs, 

Yue Xuan


Hey guys! I hope you’re having a wonderful day!

Ahh.. the weather today is soo cozy, which makes it perfect for a relaxing cafe date. Nope, the weather is definitely not an excuse (Maybe).

Today I am sharing about my most favorite cafe to visit and what to order – St. Marc Cafe.


Lunch Date At The Next Stop Cafe

Affordable Lunch at Swensen’s for a Happy You



This cafe has 4 outlets and is located at the following places – Raffles City, Vivo City, Marina Square and East Coast Parkway.

Honestly, it takes awhile to reach those places because they are located near the town areas and the coastal area which is far away from where I live.

But for the sake of my beloved pastries, I put in a lot sweat and time to get my hands on those little heavens.

So worth it.

**Last week, I’ve shared with you guys my March Music Playlist so do check it out if you haven’t! Psst.. You can get your hands on really good songs!**

Growing up, I am not the type of girl to like going to cafes because I thought that the only difference between cafes and other food places are just, well, the environment!

However, I do enjoy visiting cafes once in awhile to indulge in some warm and delicious pastries or to catch up with my friends.


St. Marc Cafe is one of my most favorite cafes in the whole of Singapore! Not only is quality food provided for its customers, it also provides a cozy and warm environment, a great option for people who likes to spend time just chilling out!

Here are some foods I would highly recommend you guys to try if you visit:


Chococro | $2.60

One of my favorites!

This is the bestseller at the cafe, and the reason is simple – not only is the pastry flaky and crunchy, it also comes with warm chocolate which slowly ooze out in the middle when I bite into it!

The chococro also comes in different flavors such as Banana Coffee, Thai Milk Tea, Raspberry White Chocolate and Pink Peppercorn!


Butter Danish | $2.90

This is my personal favorite which I like to get when I visit.

Flaky on the outside, soft on the inside, the butter danish also provides a not too overly sweet sensation from the almonds and glaze on top in every bite. This pastry is one which I’ll always recommend to any of my friends!

Apart from this, it also has a Cinnamon Raisin version (which costs $3.50) as an option, perfect for warm cozy dates!

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Little Fuji | $6.90

Ice cream seemingly represents the shape of Fuji mountain? No wonder this dessert is called “Little Fuji”!

Topped with vanilla ice cream soft serve and drizzled with warm caramel sauce, this dessert is definitely a must try for first-timers, although I haven’t tried it before myself.

This pastry is also recommended by many famous food bloggers like Daniel Food Diary here in Singapore! So I guess it really is a must try?



And that’s a wrap!

Hopefully you have some ideas on what to order if you visit St. Marc Cafe one day. Personally, I will recommend the Little Danish. You have to give it a try no matter what! 

Trust me.

What country are you from and what is your favorite cafe to visit? Let me know in the comments below! 

Big Hugs,

Yue Xuan


Recently, I felt so overwhelmed with my own thoughts that it caused me to overthink. So, I decided to just stop and reflect on the little things that made me happy.

And that is what I will be sharing today – 31 Simple Ways You Can Achieve Happiness in March!


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It felt really nice as it reminded me to stop worrying about the future and enjoy the present.


**Oh and, in case you’ve missed out on my previous post a few days ago, I shared with you my favorite cafe to visit – St Marc Cafe!**

I hope this list will not only help myself emotionally but also inspire you! I want to help any of you out there who might be facing similar problems as I do because you are not alone.

Now let’s jump right into it! Here’s a list of what made me happy on March:



  1. Checking off your to-do list
  2. Say “I love you” to someone
  3. Declutter an area of your house
  4. Go out and get some sunshine!
  5. Sleep in
  6. Bake something
  7. Listen to music
  8. Give someone a gift
  9. Go on a family outing
  10. Go on an outing with your friend
  11. Go on a date with your boyfriend (if you have one!)
  12. Watch YouTube videos
  13. Play card games – e.g. UNO, Monopoly Deal
  14. Be kind to others
  15. Eat some good food!
  16. Go have a warm shower
  17. Brew some tea
  18. Stretch
  19. Eat pastries!
  20. Sing in the car
  21. Go for a long stroll with someone you love
  22. Go shop for new clothes
  23. Spend some time talking to your siblings
  24. Laugh!
  25. Smile at random strangers
  26. Watch the sunset/sunrise
  27. Volunteer
  28. Cook for your family – Do you know I love cooking?
  29. Spray your favorite perfume
  30. Watch a movie
  31. Write a diary

Now, stop and think, what made you happy today? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear them!

Big Hugs,

Yue Xuan


Hello everyone! I am so excited because this is my first ever blog post! 

I will be sharing my March Music Playlist today because I am sure everyone loves good music. And, I thought it will be a good idea to share a piece of my happiness with all of you!

Honestly, stepping into the world of blogging was something I didn’t expect myself to get into. Why?

Well, because my English is not that good.

Nonetheless, I still decided to give it a try and challenge myself to go out of my comfort zone. I mean, you will never know how it goes until you try it, right?

But before we get started, I would like to introduce myself just a little bit:

Hello! My name is Yue Xuan!

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It’s really nice to meet you! I am a 19 year old Singaporean blogger behind this blog called LOVE & CRUMB.

I talk about mainly travel and personal growth (lifestyle) contents. My purpose is to inspire, motivate and just help you guys in any way possible through my experiences in life!

Okay! Now let’s continue on with where we left off.


These songs were ones which I saved into my playlist barely 10 seconds into the songs because they are just. SO. GOOD.

I just love songs which are catchy and “loud” but yet not too overpowering to listen for a long period of time.

Also, the lyrics of the songs are just as meaningful which I feel is what makes the song even better!

In my playlist, you can find top hits from some of the most well-known artists across the world. Ranging from pop and rap to the softer acoustic songs, there will definitely be a song which will get your attention, just like how it did to me!

Scroll down further to see my March playlist! Alternatively, you can also listen to my playlist below or on Spotify:

I hope you guys enjoy my March playlist! Let me know whether you would like to see more of my playlist for the upcoming months and I will surely do it!

If you liked reading this post, please help me share it. Pretty please? Psst.. I will be forever grateful!

Big Hugs,

Yue Xuan