A recipe for living

A recipe for living

I have been collecting recipes since I was in high school. Over the years, I continued to tear pages from women magazines, loot recipe cards from the supermarkets and purchase cookbooks. Folders of tear sheets, cook books in both hard covers and paper backs versions,...

Generation In-between

Generation In-between

In-between One of my juniors shared about feeling sandwiched, particularly, between the traditional leaders & the younger millennials and Generation Z. A “sandwiched” class not in the economic sense, but career-wise. They see the need for personal transformation...

A peek into my chapter of bliss

A peek into my chapter of bliss

I want to talk about reading, and inevitably, it has to start with books. Born with a silver bookmark I have been surrounded by books for as long as I can remember. My grandfather ran a book store in an old town in Singapore, where I had access to a wide array of...

My 8 takeaways from 2019

My 8 takeaways from 2019

It’s a wrap 2019 has been nothing short of eventful for me. I observed the downfall of a once-promising start-up from the inside, and I had to drive crisis communications to manage leadership change and organizational movement. Subsequently, I pursued my passion for...

Be alone, on purpose

Be alone, on purpose

Many of us are afraid of being alone. We grew up associating happiness with group of people, and being alone is often stigmatized and misunderstood. We live in a noisy world.  Emails, information from the media, including social media bombard and crowd our minds with...

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