Webinars have quickly become a part of our quarantine life. It’s similar to workshops and talks, minus the physical interaction and it’s obviously much shorter. Some of you may have thought of doing it or may have been invited to do it and you’re thinking: How the heck do I start? Where do I look? How do I conduct myself?” Watch this video and learn.
So you’re done with decluttering and sorting out your clothes. Is shopping the next step!?!?! HOLD YOUR HORSES! Before going shopping, it’s important to assess how much of your current, sorted out wardrobe can still serve your needs. And then you list down what things you lack, based on your current lifestyle, activities and season in life. ENJOY THE VID!
The Yellow Tomorrow Show is an online show that we launched in the middle of the pandemic as a means to share the good news about 51Talk and keep our home-based online English teachers engaged through online fun, special guests, and interactive games. In the first episode, we had Nelli Samson and Louie Wells as our teacher guests who shared stories of their 51Talk life. Teacher Nelli has been with the platform for 7 years and this has helped her support her family, while Teacher Louie is a stay-at-home dad who’s made big investments with his earnings from 51Talk. To provide entertainment, social media star Benedict Cua joined in for a short chat and to perform some songs.
The Yellow Tomorrow Show goes live on the 51Talk page on Thursdays at 9pm.
Here are some of my wardrobe decluttering tips that I’ve used through the years. It’s important that you do an assessment of where you currently are in life, what you do and what your activities are. You may be holding on to a lot of things that no longer serve you and your lifestyle.
Handling interviews, giving statements and public speaking are all a part of a public figure’s life. Whether one is a celebrity, a politician, a government official or a company executive, knowing how to communicate properly and appropriately is a key skill.
You have to make sure you document the big day and hire a professional photo and video team who are organized, patient, excellent, know their craft very well and are easy to work with. We hired Strong and Rachel Photography for our wedding documentation needs (in addition to my vlogging).
When it comes to your look for the big day, I believe it’s best to leave it to the pros. I’m no Kate Middleton (heard she did her own make-up for her wedding day) so I booked pro make-up artist Yang G. who is a friend and churchmate.
Why have apologies been a huge thing, these past few weeks? As humans, we’re prone to err. But that doesn’t mean we should make it an excuse every single time. We’ve also been given our common sense so we can think things through before we say or even do some things.