Domestic Helpers and Nannies are Human Too!

I‘ve been wanting to write this post for the longest time but didn’t find the emotional energy to do so. 8 months ago I gave birth to a little cute diva and as Chinese traditional rules that I will have to spend one month (28 days to be exact) doing my confinement. For those who…

My Life: Kuala Lumpur vs Singapore

I have relocated from Shanghai to Kuala Lumpur for almost 2 years now. From a small cosmopolitan country Singapore to a major city Shanghai and a buzzing world in Kuala Lumpur. For the past 4 years, it has been nothing short of an adventure. One thing that my friends love to ask me is what…

Reminiscing 2 Years Ago

Reminiscing 2 years ago this period where I handed in my resignation letter in the most reluctant mood ever. I was totally immersed in my career, peak of my time, enjoying my work and what it brings me – the satisfaction, the achievements, the recognition and of course, the great pay and benefits that come…

Relocation Goodbyes

Tomorrow is the day where a very dear friend of mine close her chapter as an expatriate in Kuala Lumpur and relocate back home to Switzerland. Sad as it is, we all know it is the inevitable ending we must face, sometime in the future. Five years ago, I left my country (Singapore), full of…

Guest Post: QUITTING YOUR JOB IN KOREA

A few months ago I talked about how excited I was to be moving to South Korea. I was looking for a positive life change, going to a place where I could be creative and save money and travel. You may also remember I mentioned that I was kinda wary of it. I tried convincing…

A Word of Advice: Kinship or Passion

Dearest Kally, I never thought I will write into you because I am always so sure of my career. You see, I love my job very much – I am a special needs teacher. From the start, I grew up in a supportive family of stockbrokers and investors but my parents never let me feel…