How to Get More Reading Done

With every passing month’s new releases, and with every new author you’ve discovered, your TBR (to-be-read) Pile never seems to lessen, when even more books are added on top of it. I’ve been participating in Goodreads Annual Reading Challenge for 2 years now, (2016 & 2017). Both years (hopefully 2017 included) I’ve surpassed the number […]

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Socialize like an Ambivert

I used to stress out every time there would be a gathering at my place, or whenever a group of friends’ friends organized a massive BBQ and everyone was going. The thing was, I realized, I didn’t have to go. Sure, my friends were going to be there, but I can easily excuse myself earlier […]

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De-technologize Yourself

Always Connected.. Always Sharing.. Always Online.. According to Entrepreneur.com, Millennials spent 18 hours a day consuming online content. That figure was of 2014, I’m sure it has only increased since then – I personally spend 9-10 hours looking at the screen at work alone. After returning from work, it’s usually Netflix and Chill, otherwise I’m […]

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Diet and Weight Loss

Although I am of average built, with a BMI of 22-23, my weight has fluctuated almost 15kgs in the last 3 to 4 years. For my body type, I’m used to having a gradual weight gain, and even slower weight loss. But just the sheer change in my routine and eating habits lead me to […]

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Reflections on Cross-Cultural Living

Where’s Home? Residing elsewhere away from your ‘home-country’ has its challenges, but when you are second-or-third-generation to be born-and-raised there, that ‘new’ place soon becomes the only home you truly know and love. You are your own kind of person – a hybrid. You carry traditions and beliefs of both places. But now you are […]

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