How to deal with past mistakes when they make a comeback to your mind and make you feel bummed.
It’s been a hard year with the coronavirus. I’m very grateful for being healthy, employed as normal, despite staying at home for most of the year. Check out my write-up of this year in Chinese 《告别不同寻常的2020年》。
Parul shared her journey in getting through breast cancer treatment and these five lessons – how to be resilient and take control of our lives, during the uncertain times.
Check out the Chinese version 《我们的2019年之最》.
I think the time was very well worth it, and I’m on my way to grow her into a happy doggie. There’s no way I can get Alpha’s puppy time back once time passes. I missed the time that I could have used to boost my own work skillset/knowledge, but that’s probably can be done at a lot more times.
I told my local Toastmasters club the story of changing my path from studying computer science to design.
It was the right choice.
For anyone who has learned martial arts, you know that in order to make your moves effective (e.g. strikes, blocks, punches etc), you need to practice your basics to certain standards.
Facing challenges and actively seeking solutions needs courage and hard work, and it feels so good once they’re tackled. Don’t be an ostrich that hides its head in the sand.