It’s no doubt that the Circuit Breaker has turned many Singaporeans into Circuit Bakers! After all, food brings families together, and with limited activities to do at home, baking and cooking are excellent options that you can do with your family. Although the Circuit Breaker period is over, it shouldn’t prevent you and your family from continuing to prepare yummy meals together. Short of ideas? Read on, to discover some trendy food ideas that should keep you covered!
The year-end exams may be just around the corner, but don’t fret! It’s never too late to start on study preparations. If you or your little ones are looking for some tips on how to study smart, read on for more!
In 2019, 400 lives were lost in Singapore due to suicide. Whether you’ve harboured suicidal thoughts at some point, or know a friend or relative who has, just know that help is always readily available.
Of course, prevention is key. If someone has shared with you that he is contemplating suicide, you may tend to react emotionally. However, it’s important to remain calm, understanding and non-judgmental.
As a nod towards World Suicide Prevention Day on 10th September this year, read on and take a moment to learn more about suicide and what you can do to prevent it.
Looking to get fit but just can’t stand the thought of sweating out at the gym with a whole lot of other people? Or maybe you’ve just gotten bored of working out at home, thanks to the Circuit Breaker period. Whatever the case, you’ll be happy to know that there are many options for you to keep healthy in your neighbourhood. And best of all, you won’t even have to spend a single cent. Read on to find out more!
With National Day just around the corner, many Singaporeans find different ways to commemorate our nation’s independence. Some of you might display the Singapore flag at your window or gate, while others may gather with family members to watch the National Day Parade.
This year’s National Day celebrations will be vastly different from previous ones, but the one Singaporean hobby that will remain the same is enjoying good food! So, why not celebrate the nation’s birthday by enjoying these favourite local dishes, and doing it healthily too?
As Singapore experiences the rainy season, most of us enjoy the cooler weather, especially those who are still working from home. However, the torrential rains also give rise to some inconveniences, such as flooding, pedestrians drenched by the deluge despite carrying umbrellas, and delayed deliveries. With more rainfall comes the likelihood of stagnant puddles of water, which in turn become ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes. This increases the chances of dengue spreading in the community. As dengue has severe symptoms and can be fatal if not properly treated, it is important that we do our part to ensure the safety of our family and neighbours.
As we near the end of the extended Circuit Breaker, many of you might find that your bodies have changed in some ways. You might have experienced neck or backaches from working longer hours at home or perhaps the closure of gyms and sports facilities has affected our regular exercise routines, and the drastic lifestyle change now finds you a little heavier than before.
The Circuit Breaker is finally coming to a close, which means your little ones will soon be back at school! Although it’s a return that may take place over several phases, there’s no harm in getting them prepared and raring to go for the remaining school year.