I used to be afraid (now not so much) // My leadership journey in NUS so far

DISCLAIMER: This post is gonna be a reflection post on my leadership journey in NUS. It contains my experiences and mine only (it does not apply to everyone), neither is it a one size fits all kind of thing. Feel free to take the advice, but also know that it is from MY perspective. I … Continue reading I used to be afraid (now not so much) // My leadership journey in NUS so far


Don’t despise the day of small things

It's the little things that count, and this semester, I learnt to be proud of, and thankful for the smallest things. They're little on their own but if you put them together, they're not so little after all. Here's 25 little victories this semester: Being punctual for class. God knows how hard it was to … Continue reading Don’t despise the day of small things

Why do you do this? It’s not ‘you’

Disclaimer: I'm writing this based on my experiences and mine alone. For a good while in my secondary school days, let's say because of a bad experience, I hated girls. I didn't wanna be like them. I detested everything that they were, because I felt I was not that. Secondary school was when girls grow, in … Continue reading Why do you do this? It’s not ‘you’

If I should have a daughter

https://www.ted.com/talks/sarah_kay_if_i_should_have_a_daughter?language=en   "Always apologize when you've done something wrong, but don't you ever apologize for the way your eyes refuse to stop shining. Your voice is small, but don't ever stop singing." This was inspirational and moving. It reminded me of the values of passion and pride in which I build my work and daily … Continue reading If I should have a daughter


I did some looking up on TED videos when I got too sick of reading articles and here are some interesting ones. I do not say I agree or disagree with them as I have not listened intensely enough to, but they are worth a watch https://www.ted.com/talks/isabel_allende_tells_tales_of_passion/transcript?language=en https://www.ted.com/talks/ziauddin_yousafzai_my_daughter_malala/transcript?language=en   (picture credits from cultofweb)