Chocoviv 101: A Quick Introduction to the World of Chocoviv

Welcome to Chocoviv’s world!

I believe it is an excellent idea to give a brief introduction about myself before we venture into my vast and complex world. As I have mentioned before, I want to add more positive vibes to combat the negative ones in our world today. So, remember that there is a zero-tolerance to any negative behaviours in the world of Chocoviv!

Chocoviv‘s Top 10 Checklist

  1. I am a mom of two. I call them Big and Little Minion!
  2. I have an aesthetician’s license. Hence, I love visiting spas!
  3. I am a Certified Sports Nutrition Consultant.
  4. I am trilingual. I am fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and English, of course.
  5. I love watching movies. I prefer action, sci-fi, comedy, biographies and animation.
  6. Food makes me happy. I love to try new foods from different cultures.
  7. Travelling helps inspire me. I would love to travel more, but work and budget comes into play….
  8. I am an empath. I can be emotional at times and tend to mirror others emotions.
  9. Singing karaoke helps me relax.
  10. I learned to shop smart and to save money from my parents. I learned to budget for all my shopping needs through extreme couponing and collecting points since high school.

So as you can see, I have many interests in many different topics. This is why I began my collections of interests in my Instagram account. There is so many fun topics out there! I hope to share these to all my followers, one blog post at a time.

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67 thoughts on “Chocoviv 101: A Quick Introduction to the World of Chocoviv

  1. Trilingual is super impressive! I’m sadly still only able to speak English, although I’m determined that I will learn at least one other language in my lifetime. Really interesting to read a little bit about you, and I’m excited for more 🙂

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  2. Such a nice introduction to you and what you’re about! It’s great to see you spreading some goodness on the internet and taking a firm stand against negativity. Protect your space 🤗 (empaths need to do that, hey!) ♥︎

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  3. Hi! Nice to meet you! Love your blog layout, and that is really awesome that you are multilingual. I’m a native English speaker and know a little bit of Spanish but would love to be able to call myself bi-lingual with some practice someday! Haha, thanks again for the connect!

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  4. Welcome to the blogosphere. I found you through R2BC. Looking forward to getting to know you a bit through your blog. Good luck with it.

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  5. Hi!! I am so glad to have met you on here! I’m looking forward to getting know you and seeing your awesome posts! Welcome! 😀 “Big and little minion” is hilarious! You sound like such a smart, fun, and creative Mom!

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  6. Is that a durian cake? Forgive me if I’m wrong but it looks like durian to me! And if it is, at least this cake is allowed in subways. In Singapore, durian is not allowed on subways because it’s pungent smell.

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  7. Hi, I am a new blogger myself and I totally relate to you on numerous points. I too, am an empath and trilingual! I speak Bengali (mother tongue), English and Hindi. The last one I learned by watching movies and growing up in a multicultural society. I also know a little bit of French and Spanish (very little, but my Spanish is better than French which is weird because French is actually our second language here in Canada). I love to travel too, and ever since I made it a BIG priority, I have visited 4 countries, one every year. It can be done if we plan well, do our research and find those sweet, perfect travel times (such as low or shoulder seasons).

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  8. It’s amazing that you can speak tgree different languages fluently!! Impressive! I’ve always wanted to be able to speak another language! I can speak a little Spanish, but I’m not very fluent in it. I really need to practice more!

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