“Tune into your body and trust it. It is constantly telling you messages, and the more you listen to it, the more it will work for you… Value your body in terms of what it can do, instead of how it looks.”
General manager of Four Seasons Langkawi, David Macklin, talks about the importance of self-care, his ability to meditate while brushing his teeth, becoming a better person, and a few of…
“You don’t actually need much to have a baby.”
“My eclectic background wasn’t traditional in any way, yet I have learned some real important life lessons from the home. You are not your family.”
“There’s a deep seated spot in my soul that physically hurts when I see hungry people.”
Dr Rachel Ho is sitting opposite me, vis-à-vis. We meet for the first time at a café in the mall where her clinic, La Clinic, is… This is my first time meeting with an aesthetics doctor, so naturally, I am curious.
I would like to read you a paragraph from a book I’m currently reading and loving and enjoying very much: René Redzepi’s A Work in Progress: A Journal.
Iman Fandi is a lot of things: Adventurous, goofy, serious, cheeky. She’s a model who advocates diversity, a role model to her peers, a student of psychology, she has empathy and emotional intelligence, and she quotes Bob Marley.
“I think my frankness is quite British. I don’t like confrontation per se, but if you asked me for my opinion, I will give you my opinion.”