Let’s Reframe Anger

Anger is often thought of as a negative emotion, but it can also be a catalyst for real change. How does anger fit into a spiritual life? And how can we transmute it for good?

Healing is a Haphazard Process, Here’s What I Learnt

Many a time, I hear friends go, “My stress levels are through the roof! It’s time to go for yoga and meditate!” I smile and offer some words of support. Of course yoga and meditation are great things to practise. But to truly feel better over the long run, there’s loads – LOADS – of inner work to do.

Things That Make the Covid-19 Lockdown More Bearable

Being in a lockdown is tough. The challenge gets multiplied when you are confined in a 108sqm apartment with two crazily energetic preschoolers while having to manage deadlines and chores. Here are the things that have made the stay-home order less painful.

Life of a Work from Home Mum

Self employment may sound like a great option for new mothers, but it’s not all flowers and rainbows. Here’s what you need to know before you leap into things.

Are we really enriching our children with enrichment classes?

Enrichment shouldn’t be for the sake of academic excellence. It should instead be a way of expanding perspectives and bringing richness to life.

Top Tarot Myths Busted

Like many people, I had my misgivings about the tarot before. But I believe it’s high time to set the record straight on what the tarot is, and isn’t.  Also, free reading at the end of the post. Myth #1: Tarot tells you the future Fact: This is complete nonsense. Even the most highly regardedContinue reading “Top Tarot Myths Busted”

Would you donate $80K to charity? This security guard did, on his 80th birthday

A few days ago, The Straits Times published one of their more worthy articles of late. They profiled three everyday folk who made generous donations to causes close to their heart. This is a story we need so very much at this time. Why is this so? Anyone who’s ever lived in Singapore knows howContinue reading “Would you donate $80K to charity? This security guard did, on his 80th birthday”

Best Reads of the Season

I’ve only recently gotten back into the habit of reading, and it feels OH SO GOOD. But gone are the days of fiction – it’s hard to connect somehow. Instead, I indulge in self-help books (no surprise here).┬áIf you only have that little time, I highly recommend these two timeless titles which I devoured fromContinue reading “Best Reads of the Season”