Monthly Archives: September 2005

Wacky!

Enough of the serious side for now. I have the wackiest sisters on earth; whenever I’m with them I can let down my guard and just be plain old me. We still sneeze at each other’s faces whenever we could. … Continue reading

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Winning Mental Ways

Excerpts from an article written by Raj Persaud in September 10/11 issue of Financial Times (highlights are mine): Winning Mental Ways What is it that determines your sense of well-being? Is it the events in your life or your perception … Continue reading

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It’s All in the Packaging

Yesterday we went around the block near our hotel, and to our surprise, found that most of the interesting sights could really be found practically around the corner. We went to see the famous Capuchin vault (foundation stone laid in … Continue reading

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Viva Vienna

So what does it feel like to be in this amazingly vibrant, old but progressive city? Never mind the exhaustion and the jet lag, this is the place to be! We are currently lodging at Astoria Hotel, right smack in … Continue reading

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Locked and Loaded

Been too busy to blog lately. No time for dillydallying and other trivial matters. Finally, my poster is finished and ready to go to the EUCAS conference next week. Before we leave, I thought I’d put here a preview of … Continue reading

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