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   Jul 01

How to enter the Flow State to be More Productive in Your Work

In this day and age, being more productive and focusing your attention on your work can be difficult when you’re constantly bombarded with stimuli from your computer and mobile devices. However, there are those rare times when you give your complete attention to something, whether it’s a job or a hobby, and before you know […]

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   Jul 01

Get to Know the Different Learning Styles (and Why They Matter)

Even though you think you’ve graduated college, learning doesn’t stop in the four walls of the classroom. In fact, you constantly use your brain to learn new things all the time, whether you’re new at a job and still trying to be familiar with how everything works, picking up a skill or hobby for the […]

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   Jun 11

6 Simple Lifestyle Hacks to Help You Become Rich

Growing your savings isn’t just about saving a big portion of your monthly income. Those small practices regarding your everyday finances can easily snowball and benefit you in the future. Consider these small lifestyle tips to help save more for the rainy days. Lessen Unneeded Everyday Purchases This means limiting Starbucks coffee runs and walking […]

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   Jun 11

Common Health Issues Women Should Look Out for in Their 30s

If you are in your 30s, it’s likely that you’re seeing and feeling major changes in your body compared to when you’re in your 20s. Your busy schedule and added responsibilities might make it difficult for you to take care of yourself and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Make your health a priority to continue living […]

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   May 21

5 Books that Teach You to Manage Money and Get Rich

A lot of people would say that money can’t buy happiness, but if you really think about it, money is power. The thing is, so little of us know how to manage our own money. So, here are 5 books that can help with that: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki If you’re thinking […]

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   May 21

Where to Find the Best Bak Kut Teh in Singapore

Bak Kut Teh is a pork rib dish that’s cooked in either a peppery or a herbal-based broth. It is typically a Chinese (specifically Teochew) soup that is commonly found in Singapore and Malaysia. This is one of the most enjoyed and desired dishes in Singapore, especially during the rainy season. With that, here are […]

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   Apr 25

How to Make Your Own Bookmarks in 3 Easy Steps

Do you often have trouble picking up where you left off after putting down a book? Do you hate having to fold the pages or make dog ears to mark your progress? If your answer to either of these questions is “yes”, then making a bookmark is what you should do. Bookmarks not only make […]

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   Apr 25

How to Test Your Smoke Detectors in 4 Simple Steps

Smoke alarms are an inexpensive way for you to protect yourself and your family from any fire-related hazards and injuries, but it’s important to test them regularly to make sure they function. You can usually find two kinds of smoke detectors: battery-operated, which can be installed anywhere but require frequent inspection and battery replacement; and […]

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   Apr 01

How Decluttering Can Improve Your Life

It has been found in a 2016 survey involving 520 Singaporeans that more than 70% still keep items they no longer use. Hoarding can be quite the issue especially if it goes out of control. Now, you can somehow say that decluttering is the counter to this, but it’s really easier said than done. Even […]

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