Nura’s tip on achieving a work-life balance? “Once it’s 6pm, switch your computer off and head home,” she says. “I’m serious! Or else you’d never know when to stop.” True to her own advice, Nura had gotten off work right on time when we happened to meet, and was on her way to dinner with friends. Pairing a graphic, monochromatic bag with a colourful maxi dress in a pattern-on-pattern outfit, topped off with translucent pink frames and a well-worn pair of sneakers, Nura’s casual Friday ensemble clearly embodies her personal style, which she describes as “weird and quirky”. “I work as an administrative manager, so I still have to follow a corporate dress code during the rest of the week.” While Nura wouldn’t mind dabbling in different jobs and industries, there is nothing she is particularly keen on at the moment, and she prefers holding on to a stable job that allows her to satisfy her wanderlust. So far, she’s ticked Phuket, Bali and Vietnam off her list, and would love to travel around the rest of the world one day.