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How You Can Make the Perfect Salad for Any Occasion

From vinaigrettes to Caesar, salad is a dish can either be a side dish or a main course depending on what you add to the mix. And because there are so many ways you can make a salad, there are also just as many ways you can get it wrong. Here are a few guidelines on how you can make the right salad...

3 Easy Steps to Find the Right Footwear for Any Occasion

Finding the right footwear is slightly trickier than what you first thought – and it can take a lot of time when you don’t know what you’re looking for. To save yourself time, here are five steps you can take when choosing footwear: Consider how your foot is shaped Size isn’t...

6 Natural Appetite Suppressants

Over the years, overeating has become a serious issue and is one of the major culprits of the most complex health issues we have today, including obesity, liver problems and heart health issues. There are many reasons why you feel like eating all the time, including lack of fiber or protein, fatigue,...

Your Zero Waste Living Starter Pack

Just imagine the packaging involved in every product you’re using. Now, multiply that with over millions of other people all over the world. That’s a lot of trash, isn’t it? Since we all want to save Mother Earth, let’s start minimizing the trash by doing some small, individual actions. How can you...

Reasons Why You Should Learn the Piano

In the past few years, initiatives and street piano movements like Play It Forward has helped promote the flourishing of music easily available for the masses. Some government schools even have put pianos in open areas around campus. But what does this actually lead to?  Here are some reasons to try...

Why You Should Stop Trying to Multitask

Singaporeans, like many other people around the world, like to be on their phones while walking. The dangerous part is, we do it all the time. Even while crossing the road! Multitasking doesn’t only spell dangers for us in the forms of accidents, it can also affect our mental well-being. 1....

4 Easy Steps to Make Chocolate at Home

Chocolate: it’s healthy, it’s delicious, and it’s versatile in so many ways. You can eat it for an afternoon snack yourself, include it as filling in pastry, or add with other types of other confectioneries or even fruit for an extra-sweet treat. All things chocolate come from the cacao tree’s...

What Makes a Superfood So Super?

You may have heard of news stories referring to the benefits that these foods provide to your body on the Internet, and more and more foods are being added to the list of these supposedly really healthy foods. The term isn’t an official label, unlike what is classified as “organic” – any...

What’s #BeMoneySensible Contest?  

Instead of scouring social medias for gossips and issues, why not use it wisely? Many Singaporeans heard about the #BeMoneySensible contest by the Institute for Financial Literacy (IFL). The Institute seeks to help Singaporeans make financial decisions that can affect their lives. The #BeMoneySensible...

Why Singapore is the Best Place for Expats

Many surveys agree that Singapore is the best place for expats to live, play and work. Singapore outwitted other countries like Switzerland, Germany and United States. We are curious why our tiny (but mighty) country beat all the others. Here are the reasons why our island-city is the best place for...

Busting HIV and AIDS Myth

December 1 is World AIDS Day. This day is dedicated to raise awareness of the deadly AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) caused by the HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). Although Singapore has low HIV numbers, the challenge to identify and treat it remains. People should know how to deal with...

Avoiding Hit-and-Run Accidents

Hit-and-run is prevalent these days. The drivers feel that they can escape the scene and they will never be caught. But fleeing an accident scene without giving assistance or help to the victim will cause you more harm than good. If you are the driver, it is best to face the consequences whether it is your...

Workplace Safety: Preventing Fires from Spreading

A fire broke out on November 18, 2013 at Kaki Bukit. The fire at the industrial estate was put out in fifteen minutes. SCDF (Singapore Civil Defence Force) responded immediately. There were no injuries reported. Fires are big deal not only here in Singapore but around the world. As much as possible, the fire...

Singapore’s Color Run, First in SEA

Over 16, 000 “tinted runners” took part in the first Southeast Asian Color Run event held last August 17-18 at the province of Sentosa in Singapore, where race participants were smothered with different colored powders from gun fire up to the finish line. This first Color Run event in Southeast Asia,...

Advice: Do Not Post Anything When You’re Emotional

The advent of the internet has made the world better, faster and easier. We could not imagine our life without it. We use the internet to gather data, exchange information and more importantly, share our thoughts and feelings. Many Singaporeans are now indulging to internet. We can do many things online; we...

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