Big thank you to @pocarisg who kindly entered us into the ASICS City Relay.
Sometimes it’s about the team effort that counts; the sum of many individual efforts coming together. That’s why we have been supporting @hcsacommunityservices to raise awareness and funds for their efforts in providing support to ex-offenders, young women facing trauma, and single mums. You too can play a role by dropping in at our Giveasia Donation Link: https://bit.ly/2pypcRX (direct link in bio) to find out more or to pledge a simple donation.
Did you know that I used to be an auditor and a Chartered Accountant in my past life (ie before I discovered painting)?
I used to specialize in Finance & Accounting for banks and insurance companies and ran global projects from Switzerland, New York, London, Germany and even Korea.
I discovered painting about six years ago... and although the beginning was tough as heck (I could literally feel my brain switching gears from left to right)... I am so grateful I persevered.
I believe that everyone has a creative in them and it is a matter of finding it...
Finding our creative self and being able to express ourselves through this channel is so important for our soul..
So don’t let the daily life be an excuse. Find time to find your creative self - you will be surprised at how much more beautiful the world can be 💚.
📷 by @goldiegoldiegoldie.
That’s what Garden by the bay makes you do.. stretching, reaching, feeling, expressing, connecting, dreaming and wondering ;)! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
It doesn’t matter if you visit Garden By the bay at night or during the day, this place makes you feel like you are in a futuristic fairy tale at any time🧚🏼♂️😉
HELPING COUPLES: Meet the five SUSS School of Law (SLAW) students behind the Divorce Process Awareness Project!
In collaboration with The Family Justice Courts (FJC), Law Society Pro Bono Services (LSPBS), and Community Justice Centre (CJC), the project aims to assist people seeking information on divorce processes and procedures, and offers help to make an informed decision.
It was great exposure for our law students, who volunteered their time to conduct research and collate relevant information, interview the various agencies, curate content for each of the collaterals and presented their findings to FJC. All these were made possible through supervision from faculty members of the SLAW. .
Read more about the project here: https://bit.ly/2ykPQly.