By SARAH LIM JIA HUI
In Ice Age 5, Buck, with the help of the rest of the herd, manages to save the day with his quick wits and unwavering optimism – showing that he is a stellar example for how best to respond to a crisis.
By JUSTIN YAP
Secondary school is a good time for self-discovery. There are many things you can do during your early teens to broaden your knowledge about both the world of work and yourself, so hear me out.
By ASEEM PURI
In anger, terrorists kill, husbands and wives fight, strangers rage against each other on the road and nations wage war against each other. To get rid of this powerful but destructive force, here are some tips to help you stay in control of your anger.
By SANDY CLARKE
What would happen if you cut out the excuses, silenced that doubting inner voice, and threw caution to the wind by taking action towards the goals that will lead you to a better version of yourself? Setting goals can be a daunting task.
By SHERRIE CAMPBELL
Social media is an obsession and almost a responsibility in the lives of teenagers that they feel compelled to keep up with, which often pulls them away from the responsibilities in life that will promote them forward.
By FAITH FOO and JEREMY LIM
In this day and age, parents often work long hours, and children are involved in a plethora of academic, co-curricular and social activities. Home, ideally, ought to be the place where we feel loved, cherished and safe.