After the lor hei has been tossed, the ang bao money counted and the marathon mahjong sessions done, what’s next is the inevitable – going back to work. Getting a dose of the post-holiday blues is natural, but that doesn’t mean it should get you down.
We’ve got some simple (but truly awesome) tips to get you energised and back into the swing of things, faster than your favourite aunty can say, “When you getting married ah?”
If you’re unsatisfied in your career or stuck in the wrong job, start making a career change by using these five career transition steps.
When Monday morning swings around, most of us feel Monday blues. Here we tell you how to beat those blues and make Mondays something you actually look forward to.
You have chosen your destination for your next holiday, found the perfect hotel and you have already started digging out your winter clothes. Now comes the money question. How to earn and save every cent for your dream holiday!
Here are 5 easy ways to earn and save money to pay for your long awaited holiday.
These days we hear a lot about online social networking, but the strongest bonds among people are still based on relationships established in the offline world. One of the best ways to stand out in a crowded online world is to get offline and meet face to face with the people in your online social network.
Here are five steps to help you build a real-world connection with those who matter in your life: