Stress Management – The Beauty in Pressure

Haven’t you heard?  – pressure builds diamonds.


If you’ve recently watched the movie Deadpool, read on.
If not, you can still read this thought piece. It has a very minor spoilers (you can also avoid the first paragraph). Continue reading Stress Management – The Beauty in Pressure

How to Relax in 4 Ways (Infographic)

In the infographic below, we share 4 ways on how and why we choose to relax (at the appropriate times of course).

How else do you relax?

How to Relax

The line between im|patient

Someone once told me that words said in anger cannot be taken back.

Being patient might come easy to some but to others (myself included), it is a challenge – especially at work.

We live in the age of tech where communication has been reduced to emails and instant messaging, it is quick, fast and readily available. It is no wonder that people are becoming thought of as tools in the pursuit of some bigger goal – like a cog in the wheel of the conveyor belt within the factory of the cloud.

In a globalised economy where we’re dependent on someone we can’t see, hear, don’t personally know – it’s all too easy to forget that the person on the other computer has feelings, problems, emotions too.  Continue reading The line between im|patient

6 Simple Steps to Problem Solving You Can Start Today

Being a victim of circumstance is a habit. Especially in a corporate setting, getting knocked down many times can lead to jadedness. The inevitable outcome is to maintain status quo – it’s just easier that way. Do this enough, the same becomes true for personal goals as well.  Continue reading 6 Simple Steps to Problem Solving You Can Start Today

4 Things You Can Do by Not Driving in Singapore

Owning a car in Singapore is ridiculously expensive. But that doesn’t mean that we need to suffer while taking public transport. We are firm believers of making the best of what you have.

First, how do you determine if you can own a car in Singapore? Continue reading 4 Things You Can Do by Not Driving in Singapore

3 Steps to Speeding Up Routine Emails

One common problem at work is the drafting of routine emails (for approvals etc.) Routine work is unavoidable. But what we can do, is make it efficient.

Instead of saving an email draft or text in a word doc, try using this instead! Continue reading 3 Steps to Speeding Up Routine Emails

5 Habits to Increase Productivity Today


There are so many things that demand our attention and things can get really overwhelming. Work-life balance is becoming work-life integration. In the rush to get everything done, it is so easy to lose focus and productivity.

It’s always good to stop and take stock of the things you’re doing and evaluate. Many a times, things can be done in a better way and all we need to do is stop to think about how we can improve. The 5 habits listed below are not new to us, but we all need a reminder every now and then. Here’s a little jerk to start you up again. Continue reading 5 Habits to Increase Productivity Today