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Category Archive: Self-Help

3 Tips For Surviving the Gig Economy

Did you know that the number of freelancers in Singapore is increasing? There are many advantages of being a freelancer—it is more flexible than a traditional office job, and it could be a great way to generate some income on the side. If you’ve ever dreamt of becoming a freelancer but don’t know where to […]

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Valuable Self-Help Books on Relationships for any Couple

People often dismiss self-help books on romance. But there are many valuable insights you can learn from reading them, whether you’re in a healthy relationship or not. Here are our favourite self-help books on relationships by well-known couple therapists. The State of Affairs: Rethinking Infidelity by Esther Perel Source: We’ve all been taught that […]

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Famous Poems About Cats

We’ve compiled a meow-vellous list of classic poems today, all about cats! From Baudelaire to Edward Thomas, let’s see how our favourite furry feline has inspired some of literature’s most compelling figures. Source:   The Flowers of Evil by Charles Baudelaire Charles Baudelaire was a French poet best known for The Flowers of Evil. […]

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Great Fiction Books that Make for Terrible Self-Help Books

With January coming to an end, we believe it’s time to check in on your New Year Resolutions! Some of you may have already given up, whereas others held on strong. Regardless of your New Year Resolutions’ progress, we’ve got the perfect list to help you. We present to you books to avoid reading (a […]

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Lessons Learnt from 5 Amazing Books

The first month of the year calls for some reflection and change! Today, we’ve selected 5 inspirational books and will talk about some of the lessons we have drawn from them. Let’s begin!

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