I am having one heck of fever right now and it gets worse when one is sitting in an office where the air-conditioner is opened at the maximum. Luckily I had the day off yesterday and managed to catch up on some rest. But sitting under the air-conditioner today, the so-called yesterday’s rest hardly made any positive impact.… Click to read the rest
The whole of last week, I was so busy with work and other stuff (excuses, excuses) that I did not have time to shave.
I started to look like a Neanderthal man – unshaven and the moustache & beard had grown like a wild bush. I started to look sick, so much so some of colleagues started asking me whether I was having a problem or was having a fever.… Click to read the rest
Inspired by some people falling sick out of the blue (2 of them recently diagnosed with cancer – both of them are young and just had their first child), I decided to start living healthy and the fastest way to do that is by changing the type of food I eat (I know, I know…I will come to the “Exercise” part soon).… Click to read the rest
Perhaps once in 2 months, my nose would be stuffed with phlegm and I will be having a bad headache throughout the day. Normally after a visit to the doctor and handful of antibiotics, vitamin C and flu tablets, I would recover.… Click to read the rest
I thought of this as I was typing a draft training guide and there I was, feeling sleeping and slowly drifting away into other thoughts. Then I recalled of a time (I think it was in 1996) when I attended a “positive change” workshop.… Click to read the rest
I was working at my desk, going through the list of month end delinquent corporate clients when I got a call from my division head. He wanted to have a short discussion with the unit heads and managers before he goes off for a last minute management meeting tomorrow morning.So,
I was one of the frequent visitors to a gym near my workplace when I was all up to reduce my weight last year. The place is great – a 5 minute walk from my office and there are fewer crowds during the off-office hours – so I need not have to fight with others for the equipment.
I was at IJN last Friday to get my dad admitted for a bypass heart surgery. His surgery was due on Monday. As we were not sure what time the admission, we decided to leave early to beat the jam and get a good parking spot. So, there were we leaving the house early at about 6.45
(Haircut of the extreme! Image source: http://www.chinatoday.com)
Went to the barber last week and I remembered a story that happened when I was studying law. One of the lecturers, who always sported a thick long hair for a very long time, came in to our class one day with a very short hair (as short as those inmates in Pusat Serenti)