I spotted a very interesting video on youtube, that talks about how to break “bad habits” I believe everyone, inclusive of myself have bad habits in us that we want to destroy it this year! But first before being able to break a habit you first need to ->
I went to catch “The Secret LIFE of Pets” in the cinemas last Saturday. Just for your information, the film was created by Illumination Entertainment (Universal Studios). The same team that brought you “Despicable Me”. The movie was really funny and the characters were FREAKING cute accompanied with a couple of… scary moments. (The scene where the snake appears in the sewers, was not exactly scary. However, it still made my hair stands for a while). For the story, in my opinion, I felt that it was a little too predictable and things were like too easy for some of the characters in some parts. Anyway, I am just being picky, ignore me. 😛
I bookmarked this article
many months back, because the article’s title inspired me. Partly also because, I wasn’t feeling very happy about my grades then. And coincidentally, this article seemed liked a response to my agonies. So I decided to reply its calling and read it.
“You weren’t born to just get good grades, get a good job and die”
Daniel Wong author of “The Happy Student”
How many good souls of you out there agree and disagree with this statement? If you are facing the crisis of getting decent grades like me. Then probably this statement is like a word of condolence for you. While on the other hand, if you are a average student or top student, how would you feel, and respond to this? Whether you choose to agree or disagree, there is no right or wrong. Like a piece of art work it is subjective in the eyes of the viewer. This statement too weighs a different thought for different individuals. But if you don’t mind reading my views on what I think, you can continue to read-on…(Hehe)
“I don’t care if I break the world record but I get silver or bronze. I still lost. It’s all about winning (the gold medal).
It has been a crazy weekend for Singapore and Singaporeans. Why? Go and read the news here ..LOL. I got to admit, I am not a huge fan of swimming and I probably had no idea who Joseph schooling is if not for his victory in the Rio Olympics, sad to say… However, his achievements have certainly shed some light on my ignorance of the various kind of talents, who are like him buried in this land called Singapore.
Takanobu Nishimoto known as the “Ossan” (おっさん) an informal Japanese word to address someone in the society who are of the middle age, between (44 to 50 years old), owning a rather interesting hobby; he provides services of “lending his listening ears” to his clients, who range from young students in their 20s to the elderlies at their 80s. All of which shares a common purpose “They needed company or someone to talk to” An occupation in Japan known as the “Rent-man” Click here to read more about the news.
Images reference from: