Tag: Inspiration

Think Small. Think Simple

Russian Matryoshka Doll

Have you heard of the “5 Cs”? Do you know what the “5 Cs” stand for? Many years ago “5 Cs” was a big thing. Everyone was working hard, pursuing their 5 Cs – Cash, Credit Card, Car, Condo and Country Club Membership. As for me and my peers, our focus was on the first

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A World of Distractions

Singapore Changi Point Creek Walk

“Simplicity is ultimately a matter of focus.” — Ann Voskamp There are times when I picked up my phone to check my calendar, I got distracted when I saw an e-mail notification and started checking my e-mail. Then I went on checking my Facebook. I absolutely forgot about why I picked up my phone. Has

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A “New” Economy 

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When I started reducing my possessions, a few friends joke that I need to continue to spend on luxurious goods to help drive the economy. Does living a life of simplicity have a negative impact on the economy? Yes and no. Buying less material items would have a short-term negative impact on the economy. It

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Chasing After Happiness & Beauty 

Singapore Changi Beach

After a relaxing facial treatment at the spa I frequent, the spa manager once again made her sales pitch to me. She said I should sign up for the new anti-aging package to prevent wrinkle due to work stress. I asked if she has heard of a story about a businessman and a fisherman. This

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Don’t Organise, Tidy Up

Sunset in Singapore

If you have been following my blog, you would know that I am a “seasoned home mover“. I have been moving home almost every two years for the past eight years. You would also have read about my crazy outlet shopping trips when I was in the US for conferences as the stuff at the US

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My Reverse Bucket List on Travel

My Reverse Bucket List

I wrote a post on my bucket list in last October and that was the first time I listed down my bucket list. I am a go with the flow kind of person and don’t exactly plan for my personal travels. I usually plan a trip to the back of my business travel or decide

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