Interview Calls

You’ve been sending out your résumés and wondering when will you be called for interview. While alternating between twiddling your thumbs and trolling for more jobs to submit, your phone suddenly ring! It’s an unfamiliar number, your palms suddenly become sweaty….maybe, just maybe…it might be just one of the companies you send your résumé in.…

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Movement Shock

I’ve spoken about the pros of relocation so I think it’s fair that I talked about cons as well. Yes, there are always two sides to anything, the pros, and the cons, even towards winning a lottery. Moving from one country to another is a big decision, one should not take lightly because the impact…

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Turn Back Time

Sharing the above videos is one of my favourite songs in the 90s. No, I’m not about to do a song review here so rest your bated breath. However, catching the song over the airwaves does bring back a thought, though. Have you wish you could have turned back time in your life, particularly in…

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Journey with SAHMs

Inspired by a fellow writer, Lisa on one of her posts that were featured in MiddleMe awhile back, I was compelled to do a write up on Stay At Home Moms (SAHM). I wanted to create awareness of SAHM and the importance of this role contributing to our society. Especially n Asian countries, SAHM are…

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Relocating myself

I wanted to share this topic for a very long time even longer than MiddleMe was set up because I had so many people asking me why I chose to move away when I have everything. To give you the context: I was doing extremely well at work, I have a fantastic team who loves…

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Interviewed!

I was asked to do an interview by one of the writers that I greatly admire. Ngobesing is talented, renowned Cameroonian journalist in Cameroon. If you have been reading a lot in the blogosphere, you might be one of his many followers like me. His blogs focus on inspirations and creation of the better, happier…

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Keep your promise

In my culture, words that came out of someone’s mouth is deem as a promise unless otherwise stated. One does not casually said something and meant other things. In all aspects, this will destroy trust, respect and perhaps kill off any relationship. Particularly in the business world. In the business world, partnerships counted heavily on…

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The day I open my eyes

I must admit that when I was much younger I was particularly prejudice against the Chinese from China and China itself. The news reporting China women flew to Singapore and hooked up with elderly Singapore men for their retirement funds and citizenship distorted my impression of them. News like guys peeing in tourist attractions, mothers…

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Foreign Talent

You are working just nicely in your company, probably made up of mostly local colleagues that share your interests and once in a while, you’ll hang out with them in a pub across the road especially on Fridays when everyone wind down and bitch about work or talk about the upcoming games over beer. Suddenly…

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Hopping…

Thanks to Mabel‘s comment and from it, I drew inspiration for this post. Below is an extraction from one of her comment: “Working in many industries we go gain a wide-set of skills and we might find what we love doing. On the other hand, some might see this sort of person as being “floaty”…

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