I grew up independently and due to the poor work-life balance in Singapore, every situation and obstacle that i came across made me a stronger person. I was taught to always put others before self. Through this life journey, in certain situations, you just have to put yourself before others 😉 Along the way, i set my own life principles that i will follow it strictly. Some of it, i expect my own family to follow too such as manners. I believe having proper manners and be respectful is everything.
I started blogging since i was 14 years old. Back then, despite having friends, i felt lonely and unheard. Soon after, i realized it is hard to find a true good friend so my blog became my listening ears. Not just that, i read on an article mentioning to improve in writing and speaking of English, One have to read, write and speak much. I grew up in a poor family background where my parents can’t afford to pay for tuition hence I’ve to master my self-learning skills in order to pass my tests and examinations. Because of the environment and tough situations, i gave up many good opportunities. Since young, i was taught that despite being poor, One must still live well and be upright. This phrase, “Tough times don’t lasts. Tough men do“, I’ve kept in my mind for the longest time and that what gets me through in every tough times I’ve to face.