Co-workers Galore (II)

A while ago, we discussed about different kinds of colleagues you may encounter.The below is the continuance of that post and your contribution as well. Hypocrite A.K.A The backstabber. He would smile the sweetest smile you ever seen, she would compliment your haircut (even though you haven’t had one in ages). They never meant their…

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Interview with a HR

I have met someone who has been supportive of my articles and surprisingly, in my recent knowledge, he is actually from Human Resource. Not wanting to miss a golden opportunity to know more about him and at the same time, share his knowledge with the rest of the readers here, I invited him for an…

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End of the Year

It’s nearing end of the year and while many of us are celebrating, there are some out there who gets depressive during festive seasons. While everyone is rushing to complete their Christmas shopping and decorating their homes, someone out there might not have a home to go to. A roof over his head maybe but…

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Gifting Season

Tis the season to be jolly… Falalalalala lah… This is also the season where there will be office parties and gift exchanges. It can be the most stressful part of the year when you grimace and pull your hair out, going from stores to stores to find the perfect gift for Janice – the dull…

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Love is in the air

It’s the holiday seasons and lonely hearts will feel even lonelier around this time of the year. It is even worse than Valentine’s Day because V-day is a single day event and will pass by pretty soon but around November and December, it’s hard not to feel lonely especially when your family is away and…

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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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Reach Out!

We are not perfect and we can’t be always expert at everything life thrown at us, admitting that is the first step towards self-realization and a step closer in recognizing your strengths. I am a perfectionist and when I was much younger, I’m pretty stubborn too. I always wanted to do things my own way,…

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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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