There’s a common misperception about tidying, that it is equivalent to cleaning, and that’s what scares most people away when they are told to “tidy up”, including me. The second misperception about “tidying”, or in a better word, “declutter”, is that we have to throw away the items we once brought in – the concept […]Read More Tidy For Not Having To Tidy
There are many books out there explaining the how, the what, the why of our lives, but not many about the WHEN. And ironically, we live in a world having to make “when” decisions Every. Single. Day. – when to schedule a meeting, when to change a job, when to get a divorce, when to […]Read More oh, it’s about time
#TwistofTalk is an interview column (follow along via @alittletwist.blog on IG) aiming to “share an honest conversation”, in order to discover the extraordinaries in the ordinaries in us, that are round us. To kick start the first episode, I did a little interview with myself as an ice-breaker, by using the random questions under an […]Read More a little twist about Me.
Onto the last month of work trips for the next 2 weeks. Spent some quality time back home, celebrated my birthday, and I’ve had the most blissful first 10 days of being 36. Shared a discussion with Rebecca on #perspectives and #surrender last week. We were all taught to plan everything ahead growing up, however […]Read More The Classic Blue.
When I think of Allien, the first thing came to my mind, were the time he just started his new venture in Shanghai, that every single time we meet, I just listen to him vent and vent and vent. I never told him this, but I know when you’re fighting in another country on your […]Read More TED x PetalingStreet
Special Exhibition: Balzac – My Uncle in Literature // Presented by MuXin Art Museum & Madison de Balzac Paris.Read More A Twist of Balzac.
Dominyck’s Summer holiday officially started this weekend, cheers to the exciting 6 weeks ahead for him to back up some more Mandarin! (Haha) Each year this time, I think of how much he and I have grown since the last summer, and how many decisions I have made for us in the past 12 months. […]Read More Decisions. Decisions.
Came back to the hustle and bustle of the city, what has been kept running through top of my mind, is Maslow’s study on the Hierarchy of Human Needs. If Internet is the most fundamental element of Human Motivation in the modern society of today, it was definitely not at the bottom of our pyramid […]Read More Le Grand Bleu.