When we want to get things done, it’s amazing how human mind can get creative and tricks us into any number of reasons of why not doing something. Excuses simply pile up and convince us why we should wait for some perfect conditions in order to get things done. So lets approach this problem from […]
I grew up on a farm, the sort where nothing obstructs the view of the sunrises or sunsets. The sort where there’s more acres than people, more cows than buildings. One day, after a bit of a windstorm, I filled a bucket with well-water and splashed it upwards and over my roof. There were leaves […]
Gardens by the Bay is notably the number one attraction in Singapore and with good reason. It looks straight out of another world, and its spectacular. Boasting over 1,ooo,ooo plants – take your time getting lost in this magical place.
I would argue the most recognizable attraction is the Supertree Grove. There are 18 total in the park and 12 of them located in the Supertree Grove. You can pay $8 usd to walk along the OCBC Skyway, which is the bridge that connects these 12 trees from above. I opted to go both during the day and during the night because it was a completely different experience each time. You can see Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer and views of the park from atop. At night the trees come alive with vibrant colors and its like being in a fairy tale.
Supertree Grove at…
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We all know how work can get stressful and cumbersome at times, especially in the heat of the moment.
It is also very important that we watch our words very carefully so we do not let something slip out and later regret it.
The illustration aboveshows the four things you should stay away from saying.
Always remember work ethicsgo a very long way on the road to a very successful career.
The Swiss has become the first man to reach that total of Slam wins, winning his fifth Australian Open in the process.
Ranked at No. 17 in the world having taken six months off to recover from a knee injury, few gave him a chance at the start of the tournament but he enjoyed an incredible two weeks to lift his first major since Wimbledon 2012.
Federer had never beaten his final opponent at Melbourne Park and was significantly behind on their head-to-head in Slam finals (Nadal 6-2), although this was their first meeting at this stage of a major since the French Open in 2011.
On the same weekend Serena Williams became the most successful woman in the Open Era, Federer extended his lead at the top of the men’s…
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