Monthly Archives: March 2014

MY JOURNEY IN MINDFULNESS (PROLOGUE TO MINDFULNESS)

  About eight years ago, I had this headache that won’t go away for weeks.  Panadol* helped but only when its painkilling effects lasted.  After it wore off, the headache came back.  It wasn’t a screaming drop dead sharpness but a … Continue reading

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5 REASONS WHY IT IS NOT SO BAD TO GROW OLD: Ramblings of a Not-So-Young

Recently, I met up with a group of ex-classmates.  And as the 4 old chaps sat chatting at the open air sarabat stall in swanky Orchard Road*, quite a contrast between old and new Singapore, I noticed that all around, … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL HEALTH (2) from Living a Full Life by MMP, Oogachaga

Will Preparation To ensure that your loves ones are protected after your death you need to leave a will.  If you don’t, any possessions will be passed on to your nearest family member by default.  This means that if you … Continue reading

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FINANCIAL HEALTH (1) from Living a Full Life by MMP, Oogachaga

Retirement Fund Financial planning for retirement is often neglected by younger gay men.  Studies have shown that most gay men, whether or not they are in a relationship, will most likely rely on their own savings without family’s financial support … Continue reading

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