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Why Singapore needs more naysayers

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Singapore needs more people to speak up and challenge authority, said a panel of academics and former senior civil servants yesterday.

They lamented the reluctance of civil servants to pose contrarian views when facing political office-holders, and the reticence of university students in asking questions at conferences. 423 more words

Current Affairs

Winter 2017 Comment Challenge: March

Hey guys!

As the title suggests, I’m participating in the Winter 2017 Comment Challenge, which is hosted by the lovely Lonna @ FLYLēF and Alicia @  492 more words

Book Blog

When You Can't Write To Yourself, Write to Others.

Every Thursday I meet with a small group of very special humans. 4 other ladies sit with me and we talk about life – its challenges, ups and downs, trials, tribulations, and also all the glory that it contains. 1,202 more words

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What is to be learned with the absence of fear?

Trials and tribulations enable us to grow as individuals. I know that for a fact, and I think you do too. 287 more words

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10 x 10 . . .

I’ve been asked to re-share my Monday Morning 10 Minute Challenge cards, this time together in one post.  So, here they are.  Print them off, cut them out and use them for yourself, or for your team, over the next 10 Mondays, and then reflect on how far you/they have come/what’s changed.  Enjoy.


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I wanted to create a #mymindfulbujo challenge for March that would offer a short pause in each day to be mindful whilst connecting with nature. Being in a natural environment often gives me my greatest sense of mindfulness and grounding with the earth and I’m not alone. 721 more words