Recently I tried ordering food from Pick-A-Pasta, I’m happy to find a new place to satisfy my pasta cravings when I’m too busy to cook.
Since the circuit breaker has started I never stop going to work, our company is approved as essential services. I’ve seen how commuting had changed from crowded to fewer people with social distancing marks until the circuit breaker phase 2 announcement.Read More »
We have been cooking and eating home-cooked meals since the pandemic hits the world, I am not complaining but it’s also good to enjoy a food delivery where you don’t have to worry about what to cook.Read More »
With Singapore on circuit breaker and businesses were temporarily closed which included the Salons. It’s not easy when you’re a “salon person” and you are used to making sure that you always give your crowning glory the TLC (tender + loving + care) it needs.
This circuit breaker season hinders us to dine out and enjoy our local favorite dishes but it’s good to know that we can always have it delivered right at our doorsteps even if Singapore CB is already lifted to Phase 2, it’s still safer to stay at home as much as possible.Read More »
Does your face look shiny most of the time? Does your makeup easily slide off your face? Does your face get oily fast even after washing it? Do pimples pop up left and right, or do you tend to have stubborn blackheads? If you said yes to some of these questions, you have oily skin type. Dealing with these struggles every day can take a toll on your confidence, but it has its perks, you will tend to have a natural glow, and show signs of aging much later.Read More »
I had a conversation with another expat working for the first time away from her home country and away from her family. She asked for tips in how to survive working abroad, considering that I have been an overseas foreign worker for 6 years in Singapore plus my few years studying high school in Saudi Arabia. I don’t consider myself an expert in expat living but I shared with her some of the things I did learn along the way in my few years working abroad. These tips somehow worked for me and I hope it would help other expats especially new expats in thriving and making the most of their time in a foreign land.Read More »
With the day of love just wrapped up for the year 2020, you may come to realize that ‘love’ not only pertains to romantic love but it can also mean love of different places and things.Read More »
I’ve never heard anyone yet said “I don’t like traveling”, travel has become a massive, global industry – with £6.4 trillion spent in the travel and tourism sector every year.Read More »
Fruits are good for us! It’s rich in nutrients and fiber we need. But it also has natural sugar, and some fruits have more glucose than the others. Since I’m serious about cutting down my sugar consumption I did a little research what fruits I should avoid or at least eat less.Read More »