Reflections

Work smart if you are older

Some useful tips for seniors who want to re-join the workforce or want to remain in the same organisation.

Seeing dementia through a teenager’s eyes

A 16-year-old shares his perspective about this disorder from his experience volunteering at elderly daycare centres.

‘My three mothers’

Having three wives was a common practice back in the old days. Tan Song Chua shares a glimpse into his childhood where this happened.

Remembering childhood memories

21 memories of things from the past.

Mr Fix-It

A daughter remembers her father and what he meant to her.

Police stories

A senior shares three interesting stories involving his many years working in the Singapore Police Force.

Awashed with paint

A senior recalls a vivid memory from the days when he was teaching.

The debate on euthanasia

A senior shares her viewpoint on a controversial topic.

Health really matters

Exercise has many benefits and it has become a part of my regular regime.

Ageing has its price & privileges

Though old-age brings its share of medical issues, it also brings its share of amusement as this writer experienced.

Down memory lane

A senior shares two distinct memories of her past – throwing pebbles at guards and her patchwork panty.

Getting retirement right

How to get it right the only time around.

My golden years

A senior shares in a poem what her golden years means to her.

Stay healthy – make younger friends

Having friends who are younger than you brings benefits to both parties.

Reinvent yourself

Change is necessary as we age and it is not something to fear.