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Why Luck favours the prepared

Written by Melissa Robert Originally adapted from Sound the City Growth comes from within. And it all starts with mindset. As taught in the famous novel ‘7 habits of highly effective people’, all things are created twice. First in the mind, and then physically. This is in direct relation to goal-setting and taking the actions to…

Jarvis’ Good Advice

Written by Melissa Robert Originally adapted from Sound The City   ‘When people like your music, that feeling is priceless. Not even a million dollars can buy it.’   Jarvis is a busker from Singapore, but he walked through his very own journey to have gotten to where he is today. It’s a known fact,…

In Dielogue: Marilyn

Personal encounters of witnessing death often makes the topic of death much more real and close to heart. We know that death happens to everyone, but we never know when and where. In this series of Dielogue, we share the heartfelt personal experiences of a healthcare practitioner, who meets patients near their end of life.…

Cheryl’s Good Advice

Tell us about yourself in 1 line I document my life in songs.   Tell us something that most people might not know about you. I’ve had the habit of writing personal journals from a very young age. I’m on my 8th diary now. Writing gets me in the flow, and takes me to a…

Tokyo, Japan: Kindness, Gratitude & Activism

The Good Travels is a segment in The Good Catalogue by our American contributor, Lauren Wittig. Lauren is currently on a 6-month globetrotting mission to uncover social good on her far-reaching travels and documents this on her blog, best.world.ever. This article has been republished with permission from Lauren and tells the tale of a specific…

6 Things That Make National Service Not So Bad After All

Written by Dennis Tan Everyone’s reaction to the title. Source Yes, the title is correct and you’re not going blind. Despite NS being a dreaded two years for most, there is still some good that if you look hard enough, is there. Here are some things that may make NS not so bad after all.…

5 Things I Learnt from My Good Travels

The Good Travels is a new segment to The Good Catalogue by our American contributor, Lauren Wittig. Lauren is currently on a 6-month globetrotting mission to uncover social good on her far-reaching travels and documents this on her blog, best.world.ever. This article has been republished with permission from Lauren and tells the tale of a…

Positive Parenting: ‘Providing Support’

Positive Parenting is a segment to The Good Advice where we uncover words of wisdom from individuals of all walks of life. ‘Positive Parenting’ aims to be the Holy Grail advice column for parents wanting to exert a positive influence when bringing up their children. This column is hosted by Sha-En Yeo, the first Singaporean…

Feeling Empty? A Step-By-Step Guide to Finding Myself Again

Written By Vanessa Tay Animated Art by Elon Koh / Vanessa Tay   Meaningless, empty, unmotivated. Have you ever felt distant? The sort of feeling like you’re blurred at the edges, like your body suddenly feels foreign to you. You are not alone! Regardless of what age you are at, many people feel this way.…