Posts Tagged ‘#lifestories’

Say Goodbye to End-of-Year Panic

Is that time of the year where even the most carefree people are struck with a wave of panic. There are typically 3 levels of reaction as we peel the onion to analyse the feeling. Level 1 – What? ‘Oh dear, what have I done for the year?’ One just realized we are near the…

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Pass on the Festive Spirit in a Green Way

‘Oh I am not prepared for Christmas at all! I have yet to send my greeting cards!’ exclaimed my friend. Do you have the same feeling and hope if only you could find more time-saving tips? Greetings can be sent in the form of physical card or eCard. Physical card refers to the traditional card…

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I’ve Got to Walk the Talk

I’ve got to Walk the Talk As instructor and facilitator for the subject of recreational slideshow making, I need to walk the talk. I was inspired by my friend (Where there’s a will, there’s a mean ) to do a video slideshow to celebrate our cohort milestone anniversary. With an unexpected turn of event, this…

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Legacy of Life Stories – Mission Impossible?

Leaving behind a legacy? It seems mission impossible. Really? Think again! Leaving behind a legacy? It seems mission impossible. Really? Think again! What do we mean by legacy? Sometimes we heard about legacy planning. But what I am talking about is not related to money matters or inheritance. It is about leaving something of significance…

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Where there’s a will, there’s a mean

“Help! My high school classmates are organizing an event with teachers to celebrate we turning 50th years old.’ Cried my friend in desperation. “Now tell me how to do a video slideshow, you are the expert! Time is running short, I have barely less than two weeks to work on it!” Since when I have…

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Workshop Reflection March 2019

The two workshops in collaboration with NUS Society and WINGS had just been completed in March: (1) Key Highlights of Workshop at NUSS Mar 19 2) Key Highlights of Workshop at WINGS Mar 19 Kowling and I enjoyed the interaction, exchange and sharing with the students. Now that I had conducted more classes and got…

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Get Started in Recreation Slideshow Making

Lights, camera, action! That’s traditional film making. When comes to recreation slideshow making, it is easy, just shoot, swap, record! My first attempt in digital video was in 2008. It was a mere 5 minutes video created using tools that came with the PC. It was my first experience to create training video with PowerPoint…

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Journey of Learn, Live and Share

  To many baby boomers in Singapore, we have the experience of growing up in a third-world country and retiring in a first-world country. This means we had few photos as we grew up, and we could have over-compensated by having loads of photos of our children and particularly those who enjoy photography and travel…

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