In the name of civic duty and national security, I had registered for the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it was made available to my age group. Unfortunately, the centres near my home were unavailable during selection. So, I resigned myself to going to the next closest area which was Woodlands CC.
Isn’t it intriguing that healthy folks can exercise their freedom and choose to reject vaccines? Yet, there are others who are allergic or experience adverse effects; these vulnerable people wish to be vaccinated, yet cannot do so.
As I approach my 7th year in the social service sector, I feel like I have aged in a manner largely congruent to my self-development. I should state that working in this sector saps your physical as much as your mental energy. Depending on your perspective, you may think of yourself in relation to the… Continue reading Matchsticks And Candles
I started my part-time studies in January, 2019. It is now April 1st, 2021. So, I get to label myself as a “3rd year student” today. Hopefully, with enough luck, I get to complete my studies by June, 2022. I am already looking forward to grabbing my degree and experiencing a world of difference afforded… Continue reading Part-time Studies Is Really Hard
Every so often, commoners like me and The Girlfriend dream of dining at a posh place. We imagined an upscale restaurant with fancy ivory chairs, mood lighting from fireflies encased in steel lanterns, crackly jazz music from the 60s played over a hand-cranked gramophone, and people dressed in tees and jeans–Singaporeans are realistic, okay? And… Continue reading Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
Just this past Sunday, my colleagues put together an appreciation programme for the Community Interpreters. Regardless of whether you live in a terrarium or ecosphere, you probably already know what one is. So, let me present my terrarium to you after attending a Virtual Terrarium Workshop conducted by Ricky Lim from The Green Capsule.