Recently, I was delighted and honoured to be given a wonderful speaking opportunity as part of the 2018 Mrs. Singapore & Classic Mrs. Singapore Pageant Press Conference and Talent Showcase and Mini Carnival, held in conjunction with Down Syndrome Association (DSA), at One KM Mall. There, I was invited to share my experience as both a Mrs. and Mummy and how I manage my business role as a mother to make life work together. It was truly special, as this year marks the 20th edition of the Mrs Singapore pageant.
Since the pageant is co-organised by Exclusive Resources Marketing Pte Ltd (ERM) and the Down Syndrome Association (DSA), which makes this year’s pageant all the more meaningful. The event consisted of back-to-back activities and performances by the Mrs. Singapore & Classic Mrs. Singapore 2018 finalist, a fashion show by our reigning Queens, a cooking demonstration by Mayer, as well as, a performance by the children of DSA.
Welcoming applicants from ages 25 to 44 for the Mrs. Singapore category, and ages 45 and above for the Classic Mrs. Singapore category, this is the only married woman contest to give wonderful and remarkable women an opportunity to represent Singapore! I really appreciate how this pageant gives a very meaningful and valuable platform to empower women of today to not only take on the role as a wife and as a mother, but also to embrace and manage them well, while taking on other roles in life.
In my presentation, I explained some key pointers on better time management, such as positive affirmation, visualization, and taking action. Positive affirmations are an excellent and effective way to remind yourself of your goals and work towards them even subconsciously. Whilst visualisation and taking action encompass envisioning yourself as well-organised and efficient before putting those thoughts into action. With these simple yet effective methods, anyone can achieve better time-management.
It was indeed such an honour for me to grace the press conference for Mrs Singapore & Classic Mrs Singapore 2018, and to be in the presence of talented & beautiful individuals tonight. Women of today are empowered to not only take on the role as a wife and as a mother, but to embrace life’s changes and manage them well.
@ermsingapore for having me
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Also special thanks to Assoc Prof Dr Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Member of Parliament who presented me with a cherished plaque from this event. And last but not least much gratitude to Angela Tay, managing director of ERM Singapore for having me. Now, here are more pictures to share the glamour and energy of the event.