While some see marriage as the next step in life as an adult, others, my friend and I included, are deciding not to say “I do”. At least, not in the near future.
Here are a couple indicators that tell you a change may be in order.
Both my grandmother and my mother were active in politics. Should I take up the mantle, or is it a lost cause?
If you struggle with the constant feeling of jealousy when looking at other people’s social media highlight reels, do this instead.
My job description is the Storyteller, but honestly, back then I was known as the Sorryteller.
As volunteer teachers, we realised the money we raised for the poor kids would run out in 3 - 6 months...and that’s when we stumbled on food catering.
The “work hard” and “work smart” principle of getting rich may not be all that it’s cracked up to be.
As an Airbnb host in KL, I’ve met a vintage watch restorer, a Danish online jeweler, a German coder, and a Blockchain girl — and I learnt a few life lessons along the way.
My late mother was diagnosed with Scleroderma, and she kept a lifelong diary on her experience — this is her story.
We were told to think big: Achieve BIG goals, a BIG car, a BIG house, a BIG income. But what happens if we start SMALL?
I spent so many years being angry. Trying to make things right. But it didn’t change the fact that it already happened.
We’re taught filial piety but not how to speak up. Physical health but not mental health. To bury our feelings rather than to talk about them.
I work as a volunteer, and my job is to sniff out the fake cases from the genuine ones.
I was confessed to by a guy who said he had feelings for me — but I was wary of his emotional baggage.
I was bullied for as long as I can remember. But when I was 15, I decided to make a change — one which would eventually lead me to meeting then-US president Barack Obama himself!