29 episodes

[A Singapore podcast in which a neurotic with high social anxiety tries to figure people out.]

Life can be extremely overwhelming in fast-paced cosmopolitan Singapore, particularly for someone with high social anxiety. But it is also full of hope and joy waiting to be discovered.

In this podcast series, writer Davelle Lee explores the psychological underpinnings of the fears, insecurities, dreams and desires we share in this beautiful city to figure out how we can lead happier and freer lives.

Some Scuffs A Singapore podcast

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 11 Ratings

[A Singapore podcast in which a neurotic with high social anxiety tries to figure people out.]

Life can be extremely overwhelming in fast-paced cosmopolitan Singapore, particularly for someone with high social anxiety. But it is also full of hope and joy waiting to be discovered.

In this podcast series, writer Davelle Lee explores the psychological underpinnings of the fears, insecurities, dreams and desires we share in this beautiful city to figure out how we can lead happier and freer lives.

    In celebration of background noise

    In celebration of background noise

    What do the sounds we love say about us?

    This episode is brought to you by Sudio. Get 15% off your next pair of Sudio earphones when you use the promo code "somescuffs" at www.sudio.com

    Theme music: Party Song by Sobs. Find them at www.sobs.bandcamp.com
    More at www.somescuffs.com

    • 23 min
    What stay-at-home fathers want you to know

    What stay-at-home fathers want you to know

    Bill Poorman and Nikolaj Groeneweg are expatriate husbands. Meaning they followed their wives' jobs to Singapore, and play the role of primary caregiver to their kids. And in an era that celebrates gender equality that shouldn't be weird, but we still act like it is. Why?

    Find the We Don't Mean to Dwell podcast: www.dontmeantodwell.com/
    Theme music: Party Song by Sobs. Find them at www.sobs.bandcamp.com
    More at www.somescuffs.com

    • 33 min
    The podcasting paradox

    The podcasting paradox

    Producing a podcast is as much of an art as it is a science. Our goal on this show is to put out high quality content, while at the same time being true to who we are.

    So what goes into making a great, authentic show? Danny Christnanto Koordi, host of the Economical Rice Podcast, spills all.

    Find the Economical Rice podcast: www.economicalricepodcast.com/
    Theme music: Party Song by Sobs. Find them at www.sobs.bandcamp.com
    More at www.somescuffs.com

    • 33 min
    Jon Wang cares about underwater hamsters

    Jon Wang cares about underwater hamsters

    Nobody Cares is back. In this episode, Jon Wang of the LongKangKitties podcast talks about creating an underwater utopia for hamsters, and Ethan and I rank acts of animal cruelty.

    Learn more about Hampture: http://hampture.blogspot.com/
    Find the LongKangKitties podcast: https://longkangkitties.com/
    Theme music: Party Song by Sobs. Find them at www.sobs.bandcamp.com
    More at www.somescuffs.com

    • 54 min
    How do we make Singapore feel more like home?

    How do we make Singapore feel more like home?

    Why do some people think Singapore is a boring, soulless city?

    Lorenzo Petrillo, director of the Urban Design Festival, shares how redesigning our public spaces can help change that perception.

    Find out about the Urban Design Festival: https://www.urbandesignfestival.com/
    Theme music: Party Song by Sobs. Find them at www.sobs.bandcamp.com
    More at www.somescuffs.com

    • 38 min
    How should we be talking about mental illness?

    How should we be talking about mental illness?

    Nicholas Patrick went public with his depression in a huge way: he became the face of a national campaign to remove the stigma of mental health conditions.

    In this episode, he shares about his 12-year struggle with the disease, and how to have a conversation around mental illness.

    Find the NCSS Beyond the Label video here: https://youtu.be/VQoiz4wfV_c
    Theme music: Party Song by Sobs. Find them at www.sobs.bandcamp.com
    More at www.somescuffs.com

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

litford ,

Introspective anecdotal narratives about Singapore.

A kind and curious tone accompanies these bite-sized stories about Singapore society as it navigates both global and local themes. Worth a listen, and earned a subscribe from me!

I Yune ,

Super easy to listen to

It’s the kind of podcast that makes you feel less alone in the world :)

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