By Andrea Ng (22S06B)
To the lost Rafflesian:
Ever see your older cousins or aunts and uncles get pelted with questions about their jobs and relationships during family gatherings? Those questions never fail to give me a good laugh and I would think to myself that thankfully, that is a problem for another day, because I am still studying.
As I grow older, I realise that age does not matter when it comes to being asked the BIG question: what do you want to do in the future?
I myself am guilty of using this as a conversation starter. However, this is a bad one that usually gets me nowhere in developing a stronger relationship with the other party because when the same question is thrown my way, I simply answer: I don’t know.Continue reading “It’s Okay to Not Know What You Want to Do!”