There hardly is a book that I'm not a fan of and there are hardly many books that I stop reading if I find them boring. But there are the books that do make me question myself once in awhile, why am I reading this book if I find it so difficult to digest? Life … Continue reading An Endless Cycle of Cause and Confusion.
Sorry for the long absence from blogging. That's because I've been struggling with stress lately (mostly from work) and I've been trying to find ways to cope. Stress is something many people face, yet not many know how to cope with it. I know positive stress is good for us as it encourages us to … Continue reading Art Therapy: My Way of Learning to Cope with Stress.
Let me tell you that this was the most complicated, most convoluted plot I have ever read in a book! Never mind that there were so many characters to keep track of but the story thickens as the book progresses! Phew. I'm glad I got that off my chest! But no, really, it was as … Continue reading Book Review: Summer’s Child by Diane Chamberlain.
Sometimes I wonder if modern technology today is good for us. Technology has helped to save lives, complete tasks, build machines, design skyscrapers and manufacture various modes of transportation. Yet at the same time, technology can also destroy what we have worked so hard to create. It can turn round any time and stab us … Continue reading A Costly Convenience for the Digital Savvy.
Blurb on Goodreads: Nova will do anything for her closest friend, Mal, whom she has known since childhood. So when Mal and his wife, Stephanie, ask Nova to be a surrogate mother, she agrees—despite her reservations about what it might mean for their friendship. Then Nova’s fears are realized. Halfway through the pregnancy, Stephanie finds … Continue reading Book Review: Goodnight, Beautiful by Dorothy Koomson.
No. of Pages: 419 pages Date Published: February 7, 2008 (first published March 25, 2004) Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group Author's Website: Dorothy Koomson So here's the other book from the same friend who loaned me The Stepmothers' Support Group by Sam Baker. Actually, that's the same friend who loaned me two bags full of books … Continue reading Book Review: The Chocolate Run by Dorothy Koomson.
Type: Paperback, 293 pages Publisher: Picador, June 5, 2014 (first published in 2014) Setting: Mallorca, Spain The Vacationers by Emma Straub is probably one of the few books that I'd buy on a whim online or at the bookstore. Simply because the book's title may have appeared online as an ad in relation to something I've … Continue reading Book Review: The Vacationers by Emma Straub.
What is happiness? How does one define happiness? What is it that brings happiness to us? Yeah. These questions have been on my mind since starting that new job. It has been a very hectic three months for me since starting my new job. I'm all stressed and stretched out on weekdays, and I fight … Continue reading What Does Happiness Mean to You?
A little delayed but here is the long-awaited book review of The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George that I had finally finished reading some time over the week. I must admit that the book was pretty damn amazing. Why? Because no matter how desperate I wanted to finish reading the book and keep up with my 2016 Goodreads … Continue reading Book Review: The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
The word 'corruption' does not just refer to a person's personality or habit. For an individual to be corrupted, it can lead to a domino effect of causing others to be just as corrupted and the rest to be affected by the corrupted individual and his or her gang of corrupted members. It's an inception … Continue reading Corrupted: Man and Machine.
Think of your manager as a figure of authority whose responsibility is to maintain harmony within the department or team, ensure that tasks are undertaken and completed, and provide a certain amount of protection for the employees. If you were a manager, you'd want your employees to work well with one another and do their … Continue reading Good Cop, Bad Cop.
It was a bed of brightly coloured plush and poofy beanbags that covered the dull brown wooden flooring in the training room of The Edge Malaysia. The temptation to sink into a beanbag, sigh and close your eyes for just a few minutes was very strong. Just imagine disappearing from your work station for the … Continue reading Plush Booty and No Cootie. (DOOF Malaysia, 2012)