Monthly Archive:: June 2014

Reflecting life in Bangkok

Sometime this time in June way back in 2005, I celebrated my very first month of working and living in Bangkok, Thailand. I remember my first month being in a little bit of a frenzy – there

Quote of the day

  Price (i.e money) and material possessions are fast becoming  a natural obsession, and in Thailand, those two elements  seem to be further magnified by them being equated to currencies of status symbol. As parents, we just

Eavesdropping Spud

My nightly little chats with Spud before she goes to bed is still one of my favourite moments of the day. We talk about random stuff , I tell her inane things –  like I saw a

Favourite Colour

In a recent workshop which I attended as a delegate representing my office, I was exposed to one of the more  interesting ways for a facilitator to get participants in a workshop to introduce themselves. Before the

Covered man-holes alert!

When I share the mishaps my daughter has had recently with some of my colleagues over lunch the other day, one of my team members shared a spine-chilling story of a freak accident which happened to his