I don't know about you but I personally don't like the word Resolution or the idea of a New Year's Resolution. From its root word "resolve", it means making a firm decision to do or not do something. Sure, it works for awhile when you are all 'pumped up' and motivated but long term? What … Continue reading 10 Ways to Make 2019 Your Best Year Yet!
Another year has passed. On the last morning of 2018, I decided it was the perfect time to reflect on the year and think about the year ahead. 📝 Pen and paper is best of course and so I opened my journal and wrote down 3 simple questions on 3 separate pages. 1.What went well … Continue reading 3 Questions to Help You Reflect on 2018
Ever since I've arrived back in Singapore, I've been suffering from the above syndrome. Maybe it's the extreme and sudden change in environment, the hot, stuffy and humid weather, the change in time zones, or maybe just the holiday season? Either way, I've become kinda lethargic, lazy, apathetic and just "don't feel like doing anything." … Continue reading Beating the “Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything” Syndrome
Do you make time to reflect and think?
Question: where does your waste go? 🗑 Does it end up in a pile, on a landfill in some other country, becoming someone else’s problem? Last night the @theorganicmc hosted another #ommovienight featuring the acclaimed documentary “Living the Change” about New Zealanders making a difference through the sustainable business or lives they lead. 🎥 Here's … Continue reading What happens to your waste?
After a relaxing hour at the beach today, for some strange reason this question popped into my mind. How would you measure yourself? Some people see their worth in terms of material wealth. Others in their own definitions of success. Others still in their achievements or legacy that they leave behind. Then I wondered, how … Continue reading What makes a man?
In recent times, I have been rather paranoid and overly meticulous with a perfectionist mindset towards every post I publish. I re-read and re-consider every line and paragraph, thinking too much about what others might think and only publishing it if its "perfect". That has led to many posts never being published (I have accumulated … Continue reading Dropping “perfection” and adopting a New Writing Style