Posts Tagged ‘#reflection’

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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Reflection before New Year Resolution

Do you ever notice that most retail shops changed their decoration to that of Chinese New Year theme on the Christmas Day?  We are going to say goodbye to the year 2018 and usher in 2019 in barely a week’s time! Is strange, is it peculiar to me only that Dec 31 feels so different…

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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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Explore Creative Use of Scrapbook in Healthcare Industry

The use of scrapbooking as part of arts therapy, a complimentary approach to engage the patients is still in its infancy. However, there have been reports of its use being explored in community care and hospitals outside of Singapore. An ‘ePortfolio’ in the form of scrapbook consisting of photos and journals enables us to use…

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Reflection, Reframe and Reorganisation

Many working professionals, full-time housewives, young mothers of school-going children, we just do not have the time for ourselves. We make attempt to be more efficient, better organized and super time management, only to find that more are piling up on our in-trays. The challenge is not so much about how we become better in…

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Building the Album of your Life

A visiting professor on philosophy was invited to the university to give a talk. A student raised his hand and asked, “Professor, what is the meaning of Life?” and then there were moments of silence followed by giggles and murmur. How would you answer this question in a way that is meaningful to the young…

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