Book Stuff

Where Did That Book Go? Loving Mum Forever

This book sells year after year! I co-authored Loving Mum Forever with Ean Yeo in 2013. It has been six years since we launched this book on Mother’s Day in our Women Empowered for Work and Mothering (WEWAM) Forum. Let’s hear from Ean where that book has gone. PL: How many copies of Loving Mum… Continue reading Where Did That Book Go? Loving Mum Forever


WEWAM is 8!

Eight years of contributing to Women’s Personal Work-life Effectiveness in Singapore! WEWAM celebrated its eighth anniversary last week. When WEWAM President, Ean Yeo, fell very ill in 2015, we thought WEWAM could not continue. However, with her determination and our volunteers’ support, we have since launched 3 new programmes and hosted a forum with President… Continue reading WEWAM is 8!


Singapore Female Fest 2018

Spoke about marrying writing with life at the Singapore Female Festival 2018 on 9 September. It was also a good opportunity to catch up with my current author Teressa Tay and made a new friend, Jedidiah Tan. He wrote up about our little chat:


WEWAM President Wins Prestigious Award

Congratulations to our Women Empowered for Work and Mothering (WEWAM) President Ms Yeo Miu Ean for winning the prestigious Work-Life Leadership Award 2012! The award was given on October 12 at Ritz Carlton. This was the write-up about her in the awards ceremony: “Miu Ean finds that working mothers face some of the greatest struggles… Continue reading WEWAM President Wins Prestigious Award


WEWAM Inaugural FlexIgnition Workshop

WEWAM conducted its inaugural FlexIgnition workshop on Saturday, 29 September 2012. This workshop is a follow-on of our quarterly WEWAM Forum. It is designed to equip mothers on meeting work-life challenges through flexibility at work. Out of our 17 participants, 10 were first-time from the public who had heard about WEWAM from various sources. One… Continue reading WEWAM Inaugural FlexIgnition Workshop


WEWAM Forum – Update

The WEWAM Forum and Launch on 25 Feb was a great success. More than 60 women attended. Of these, there were representatives from the Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO), Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) and National Trades Union Congress (NTUC). A member of the press was also present and we hope… Continue reading WEWAM Forum – Update