Tag Archives: Germany

How to optimize our flight experience?

On 20181015, Little Prince and I have to move home and then go to the airport for our 11th flight this year! Since we have to fly often, let’s brainstorm ideas to make each flight safe, comfortable and memorable. Some ideas include: research + read Read up on the airline’s baggage restrictions so we can […]

How to visit the cockpit of an airline?

Since Little Prince turned 4 years old, he has dreamed to be a pilot [1] and I am very thankful that we had several chances to visit the cockpit during some of our flights including: the first trans-ocean flight of Little Prince [2] the first flight to Europe of Little Prince; the pilots were so […]

What is your gratitude list for summer 2018?

While Summer 2018 presented tragic events to us (the sudden demise of Papa and my sister’s father-in-law), there were still things that we are thankful for. Our gratitude list for summer 2018: Home cooked meals I accept that the home cooked meals prepared by me were limited to steaming and boiling. On 21080628, both Little […]

How to deal with backstabbers?

“Most people want to see you do better, but not doing better than them.” – London Mond Therefore, it’s important to learn from and work with from people who are better than us. On 20180429, I spoke to an uncooperative colleague P, who did not know that he was back stabbed by M. Ironically, P […]

Which universities would you like to visit?

I always love visiting universities, they represent the sites where generations of students and learners have concentrated their minds and energy to learn and conceive new ideas, methodologies and innovations. Such places are simply magical! Which universities have you visited? I count and list these magical ivory towers, where I have admired, dreamed of becoming […]

How to help others without harming ourselves?

In the morning of 20180204, I learned from a colleague, who is a certified first aider, if we try to give a CPR to someone at workplace and s/he unfortunately passes away, we will be criminally liable. A rule to remember here: do not touch anyone (especially your clients) who is not your family member  […]

What can we learn about visual intelligence from Amy Herman?

In summer 2017, in an unplanned manner, I encountered the work entitled Visual Intelligence by Amy E. Herman. It has been an entertaining and educating read accompanying my solitary meal experience. Everyone, from parents to physicians, needs to hone their observation skills, to be a better observer. There seems to be a correlation for those […]