Monthly Archives: August 2019

Where to Go from Here by James E Birren and Linda Feldman


I read this book to prepare for the GAB workshop I am co-facilitating in September at Bishan Library. James Birren started the Guided Autobiography (GAB) programme in the US. I attended the session organised by this library two years ago … Continue reading

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90-minute flight


She was seated at her aisle seat, engrossed in her book when we interrupted her to get into ours by the window. Gray hair tied into a ponytail, she looked to be in her 40s. I was curious about her … Continue reading

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Ciao, Celest.


August is not a good month. There have been too many rejections for my submissions and my mood is affected. I try to keep myself busy with social life and not dwell on it – easier said than done. Just … Continue reading

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Sum Kee Jurong


We have been to the main branch at Yeo’s Building but I don’t have any impression on the food, only that we sat outside and it wasn’t very comfortable. This branch is much better, a much larger air-conditioned venue with … Continue reading

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Language of Love


A friend’s request for books in handling teenagers on social media has one of her friends advised her to read The Five Languages of Love. Today, in the Straits Times’ forum page, a teenager remark how she comes to term … Continue reading

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