Though some may think it’s degrading like being a bibik or amah (maid at home), but cleaning up after someone’s trash was my opportunity to make money.
Not having a smartphone kept me in the dark from the latest happenings around the office.
Despite their rarity, women are finally gaining the recognition they deserve.
I enjoyed being a teacher, which is why it’s heart breaking to say this – teachers today have been replaced by technology.
I had plans to tap into my high school friends’ network. But recently, I found out that they had broken ties with me. I realised it was because they thought of me as a homewrecker.
I really wished I was there for him right before he left me forever.I miss you Ayah.
Most would regard stalking as a perverted act. A harassment, even. I, on the other hand, thought what my (now) husband did to me was adorable.
Pat’s plans and hopes crashed when she was diagnosed as having Stage 3 breast cancer late last year.
I thought I’d found my soulmate. He was everything I hoped for in a guy; a male-version of myself. Someone who wasn’t intimidated by who I am and what I do.
Being his only daughter, I was labelled as ‘anak manja ayah’ (daddy’s girl).