Joining the unemployed | Losing my sense of security and how I overcome it

I’ve been through a difficult phase recently, that is being a member of the unemployed. The event sucked me into a blackhole of deep sadness and grief. The least someone wants now is uncertainty. It was just too much for me. I was confused as to what to do next. I cannot find words toContinue reading “Joining the unemployed | Losing my sense of security and how I overcome it”

Pursue your passion | Conversation with Mary, a Montessori and an English teacher in Hanoi, Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City, Halong Bay, floating markets, motorbikes, coffee, Pho; these are few of the things that make Vietnam a stunning country. I’ve not been to Vietnam, but after meeting Mary, a Montessori and an English teacher in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Instagram, I am convinced that moving to Vietnam wouldn’t be a bad idea!Continue reading “Pursue your passion | Conversation with Mary, a Montessori and an English teacher in Hanoi, Vietnam”

Day with me: Typical work day

My morning starts with me turning my alarm off at 5:00am, but I typically snooze off and officially wake up around 6:30 am. When I’m fully awake, I pray to God and thank Him for giving me another day to live and ask for His guidance. Then, I drink my water, and meditate using HeadspaceContinue reading “Day with me: Typical work day”

Migrating from Singapore to Dubai, risky but worth it | Insigth from Tin Collantes

Migrating from one country to another is frightening, but a risk worth taking. This is an insight from Tin Collantes, who moved from Singapore to Dubai. This is especially helpful to those who are thinking of moving to a different country. Her dream is to work at Singapore, but after seeing opportunities in Dubai sheContinue reading “Migrating from Singapore to Dubai, risky but worth it | Insigth from Tin Collantes”