Question: I’ve been considering taking some time off from work. Should I quit my job to travel?
Answer: Many of us are used to weekend getaways or comparatively short trips that last for a couple of weeks. These trips often pass in the blink of an eye, and before we know it, we’re back at work almost without missing a beat. But when it comes to taking extended vacations – perhaps six months to a year – an entirely different set of preparations are in order. Most companies probably have no way of accommodating such a lengthy vacation on your part. In order to take to the skies or jet ski across the Pacific Ocean, you will probably have to take a leap of faith and quit your job. (Read More Here!)
By: Edmund Wang
For hardworking office drones out there, the hours spent relentlessly grinding data and mechanically replying countless emails require some sort of diversion.
After all, substantial research and studies have been carried out to support the seemingly counter-intuitive notion that short breaks increase workers’ productivity, which can and should be given the stamp of approval by your superiors!
Instead of staring idly into your smartphone trying to conquer the next level of Candy Crush or tinkering with your fantasy football team, here are some great websites to unwind with during your precious downtime.
(Left - Jane Lim Hui Ting, Right - Andre Tan Kim Seang)
It is not only visitors who rave about the Changi Airport experience; the people responsible for creating this experience also enjoy every minute of their job.