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  • Singapore appoints new representatives to WTO, UN and Britain

    Singapore News
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:48 am
    Three senior diplomats have received new postings as Singapore's representatives in the World Trade Organisation and United Nations and as high commissioner to Britain.
  • Launching this Friday: New River Safari Cruise

    Channel NewsAsia Singapore News
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:12 pm
    Latest attraction will ply the Upper Seletar Reservoir, along the outskirts of the Singapore Zoo and Night Safari compounds.
  • Singapore anti-gambling ad backfires - Local News, Worldwide!
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:45 am
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  • New IPPT Format and Scoring System

    MINDEF News Videos
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
  • No safe haven in China's corruption crackdown: People's Daily

    RSS Breaking News - Asia
    30 Jul 2014 | 1:51 am
    July 30, 2014 8:51 AM[SHANGHAI] China will not allow exceptions in its corruption crackdown, its main official newspaper said on Wednesday, a day after news of a probe into former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang, one of China's most influential politicians of the last decade.
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    Singapore Travel News

  • An international flight for Sihanoukville airport in Cambodia

    29 Jul 2014 | 8:43 pm
    … all stakeholders to fulfill its tourism potential."   Mr. Mak Rady … launch two weekly flights to Singapore but also three weekly flights … is now capitalizing on the tourism development of Phu Quoc, the …
  • Andrew Mulligan

    29 Jul 2014 | 8:23 pm
    … fly to Delhi overnight on Singapore Airlines. I'd like … to once again apologise to Singapore Airlines, the flight crew and … it really is orientated towards tourism without being overblown ... yet. The …
  • Tourist arrivals to grow despite mishaps

    29 Jul 2014 | 5:43 pm
    … made up of visitors from Singapore (50%) and Indonesia (10%). “In … big-spender tourists from China and Europe,” he said. Latest data from Tourism Malaysia show the number of international tourist arrivals to … 28 million international tourist arrivals and RM76bil in tourism receipts in this …
  • Malaysia tries to parlay appeal to Muslim visitors into medical tourism push

    29 Jul 2014 | 5:33 pm
    KUALA LUMPUR: Muslim tourists have long chosen Malaysia, its … Patients Beyond Borders, a medical tourism publisher, is health screenings, which … travel company Malaysia Healthcare. "Singapore and Thailand are targeting those …
  • Mapping out Singapore

    29 Jul 2014 | 4:56 pm
    … version of the Singapore map, which intricately showcases Singapore's attractions … Authority of Singapore and the Singapore Tourism Board for their "Rediscover Singapore… Singapore. "There is a lot more history going on in Singapore …
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  • Simple dinners

    29 Jul 2014 | 2:53 am
    "Come over for a simple dinner lah," said Mom, on Monday night, a public holiday. This is my mother's idea of Simple Dinner. Gotta love it.
  • Small changes to save the world

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:26 am
    Some months ago, my son volunteered me to be a parent volunteer for one of his school outings. When I say he volunteered me, it means I only found out I was to be a parent volunteer after he told his teacher I would be more than happy to be a parent volunteer. I decided to take the morning off from work to do it anyway. The boys were brought on a social studies tour of Fort Canning Park and since I grew up playing at this very park in the city when I was in the primary school next door, the trip had extra meaning for me. I had almost forgotten how lovely Fort Canning is. Lush greenery in the…
  • For sale: doorway chin-up bar

    24 Jul 2014 | 12:55 am
    For sale: doorway chin-up bar. Used once only. Owner just bought to train for IPPT. [via Ben Looi] In other news, you need to do 60 push-ups in one minute to get the maximum 25 points in the new IPPT. And if you did 60 push-ups in a minute, and 60 sit-ups in a minute, you can walk for your 2.4km and still pass.
  • Pioneer IPPT Generation Package announced

    23 Jul 2014 | 2:19 pm
    Mindef announces new Pioneer IPPT Generation Package for MR-ed Reservists who did the 5-Station IPPT their whole lives, instead of the new 3-Station IPPT. "We didn't want them to feel tulan," said a spokesman.
  • IPPT reduced to three stations: soldiers rejoice

    23 Jul 2014 | 12:33 am
    The Minster of Defence has announced that NS IPPT will be reduced to 2.4km run, push-ups and sit-ups. Now Lao Peng can say, "In MY time, IPPT was FIVE stations, ok? 2.4km, sit-ups, chin-ups, shuttle run and standing broad jump! And push-ups were used for punishment only. Last time, we collected rubber bands as we ran around the stadium, ok? And the black swimming trunks DAMN ugly, can? You young punks are so lucky." @Miyagi thinks that next year IPPT will be reduced to one station: slow walk to canteen break. I think in the near future, it may be even further reduced to 2.4m slow walk to the…
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    RSS Breaking News - Asia

  • North Korea may be closer to full ICBM test, says US think-tank

    29 Jul 2014 | 6:43 pm
    July 30, 2014 9:43 AMSEOUL (AFP) - Fresh satellite images suggest North Korea might be wrapping up engine trials on an intercontinental ballistic missile, fuelling speculation of a full-scale flight test to come, a US think-tank said Wednesday.
  • No safe haven in China's corruption crackdown: People's Daily

    29 Jul 2014 | 5:59 pm
    July 30, 2014 8:59 AMSHANGHAI (REUTERS) - China will not allow exceptions in its corruption crackdown, its main official newspaper said on Wednesday, a day after news of a probe into former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang, one of China's most influential politicians of the last decade.
  • Malaysia tries to parlay appeal to Muslim visitors into medical tourism push

    29 Jul 2014 | 2:20 pm
    July 30, 2014 5:20 AMKUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Muslim tourists have long chosen Malaysia, its beaches and its malls as a holiday destination thanks to cultural affinity. Now it wants to parlay its visitor dividend into a bid to overtake its neighbours for the world's medical tourism crown.
  • Kerry heads to India to end relationship rut

    29 Jul 2014 | 2:08 pm
    July 30, 2014 5:08 AMWASHINGTON (AFP) - US Secretary of State John Kerry headed Tuesday to India on a mission to break the ice with new Prime Minister Narendra Modi and repair a rut in a once warming relationship.
  • Unhealthy air quality recorded in 9 areas in Malaysia

    28 Jul 2014 | 9:57 pm
    July 29, 2014 12:57 PMKUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Air quality around Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur and on Borneo island was "unhealthy" on Tuesday, with one town reaching "very unhealthy" levels as haze, mostly from forest fires in Indonesia, obscured skies.
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  • A paddle through the magical watery woods
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:00 pm
    The process of acquainting myself with the shores of Singapore for a project I am working on has provided me with some incredible experiences. One that I was especially grateful to have had was the experience of paddling through a green watery space that is almost magical in its beauty. Set in the relatively unspoilt lower reaches of Sungei Khatib Bongsu, one of Singapore’s last un-dammed rivers, the space is one that seems far out of place in the Singapore of today and holds in and around its many estuarine channels, one of the largest concentration of mangroves east of the Causeway along…
  • Raffles Place, 50 Years of Transformation
    29 Jul 2014 | 6:58 pm
    Can I ask a nerdy question about the Mercantile Bank building? In 1916, the Mercantile Bank (did you know it was the oldest bank in Malaysia and I think maybe the first in Singapore – 1856?) bought a lease on the earlier building that occupied this site, 21 Raffles Place. The building you illustrate was put up in 1930, constructed of reinforced concrete. Upstairs, above the bank, some 30 rooms of bank ‘chambers’ were rented out as offices. I think the architects were Swan & Maclaren, who did most of the other spiffy buildings in Sg at that time. The Mercantile was taken over by the…
  • Week #33 + Pregnancy E Cards
    29 Jul 2014 | 6:26 pm
    Baby is moving lower and my pelvic area hurts. Most days I feel so sore down there. It's almost similar to the soreness you get when you sit on a bicycle and cycle for long hours (do most ppl feel that soreness or is it just me). Also, he has also been kicking my rib cage area on my right so much and it is really painful. He usually kicks a lot when I'm in bed at night so I usually sleep on my left to ease the pain. But say when I'm out and he kicks the same area, i don't know what to do to help take the pain away :'( most of the time I just want to lie down because sitting up and walking is…
  • Just Mobile HeadStand « Blog |
    29 Jul 2014 | 6:01 pm
    There are three colours available for the HeadStand: silver, black and gold. I saw on the box indicating that the gold is limited edition and has only 999 units available (not too sure whether it is worldwide or per country). I bought both the silver and gold but from different shops. As mentioned earlier for the silver I got it from Siam Paragon Department Store’s Be Trend whereas for the gold I got the last piece left from Central World’s iStudio.
  • Travelling solo | Alvinology
    29 Jul 2014 | 5:10 pm
    Jul 30, 2014 Jeremy Koh * travel , - China , - Indonesia , backpacking , featured , random musings 0 Fatahillah Square, Jakarta My first solo trip was to Jakarta, way back in 2005. And it was not even meant to be. What happened was, my colleague was due to travel to Jakarta for a work trip, but due to some issues, I went in her place instead. National Monument (Monas), Jakarta Since I’ve never been to Jakarta, I decided to extend the trip by a day, at my own expense, to explore the city. While a day isn’t exactly very long, it did give me a sense of how it feels like to travel alone. It…
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  • What’s the National Library’s Role in Society?

    16 Jul 2014 | 7:10 am
    Of all public resources the Singapore government affords its citizens, the institution I have the most reverence for is the national library. Every year, when the tax man knocks on my door, I happily give a share of my earnings knowing that someone in Singapore is becoming smarter and wiser because of it. Singapore’s national library is truly one of the best national libraries I’ve ever experienced. It’s got all sorts of books on esoteric topics, free access to academic journals and even a respectable e-book collection for iPad-toting yuppies like me. So it was extremely…
  • 3 Things I Learned from Hackathon

    16 Nov 2013 | 7:15 am
    I joined a hackathon recently to put my rusty design skills to the test and also gain insight/empathy of what starting up a company would be like. It’s a terribly exhausting ordeal but I got what I wished for, and actually learned a whole lot more. Here are top 3 lessons: Lesson #1: It’s all about people The foundation of great products and companies is not a great a idea, but a great team. A great team needs to have the following components: Well-defined roles by areas of responsibilities, not tasks: To get the best out of people, it is important to give them a sense of…
  • Ghost Blog Platform: A Lesson in UX and Investing

    21 Oct 2013 | 5:03 am
    I’ve been raving about Ghost for a long time. I loved it so much, I specially signed up on Kickstarter to back it. It recently open its doors to the public and I have to say, I have never vacillated so quickly between delight and disappointed in my life. It was my personal failure for making assumptions and having unrealistic expectations. So it was a great learning exercise. I learned two things: The Difference Between UX and UI I’m a sucker for minimal, subtle designs. And early mock ups of Ghost were absolutely gorgeous. It’s simple, functional and embodied a certain…
  • Quick Review: Philips Fidelio X1 Headphones

    11 Aug 2013 | 7:07 pm
    I had the opportunity to test the Philips Fidelio X1 Headphones last week thanks to Philips and their agency. Here’s a quick review. What I liked Aesthetically, The Fidelio X1 is classic luxury with the velour and leather finish. It’s well-crafted and feels very premium. The sound quality is definitely worth its S$499 price tag. The treble is crisp and clear, and the bass has just the right balance with it. No club-like booming sounds, but not overpowered by a clear treble either. And all this is without my usually meddling with the equalizer. What I didn’t like There is one…
  • A New Theme A Year Later

    23 Jul 2013 | 9:33 am
    It’s been one whole year since my last post. As I grow older, I have come to realize how short 24 hours a day really is. There are so many things to do, so many things to experience that, I guess, sharing the little observations about my life has found itself much lower on my list of priorities. Over the year, I’ve been dedicating a lot of my free time reading, studying and meditating. It’s definitely not a year of accomplishments, but one about rediscovering myself and seeking clarity. I’ll write more about it another day, perhaps. New Theme: Diamond Last weekend, I…
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    MINDEF News Releases

  • Prestigious Defence Scholarships Awarded to 31 Recipients

    29 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen presented the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Overseas Scholarship (SAFOS) to six recipients, SAF Merit Scholarship (SMS) to 18 recipients as well as the Defence Merit Scholarship (DMS) to seven recipients at a ceremony held at the Istana this evening.
  • Singapore and US Mark 20th Anniversary of Annual Maritime Exercise

    28 Jul 2014 | 11:45 pm
    The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) Fleet Commander Rear-Admiral (RADM) Timothy Lo and Commander, United States 7th Fleet Vice Admiral (VADM) Robert L. Thomas officiated at the opening ceremony of the 20th Singapore-US Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) exercise at Changi Naval Base this morning.
  • Defence Minister Launches RSAF Exhibition in the Heartlands

    26 Jul 2014 | 2:45 am
    Minister for Defence Dr Ng Eng Hen launched the "RSAF45@Heartlands - Celebrating 45 Years of Defending Our Skies" exhibition at Toa Payoh HDB Hub this afternoon. The exhibition commemorates the Republic of Singapore Air Force's (RSAF) 45th anniversary and features different segments showcasing the RSAF's history and heritage, operational capabilities and readiness as well as servicemen’s professionalism and commitment.
  • RSAF Participates in Air Combat Exercise with USAF and FAF in Nevada

    24 Jul 2014 | 9:30 pm
    The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) is participating in the United States Air Force (USAF)-hosted Exercise Red Flag - Nellis at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, United States, from 14 to 26 Jul 2014.
  • New IPPT Format and Scoring System

    24 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
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  • 20 Creative Uses Of Lego You Need To See

    Leanne Tan
    29 Jul 2014 | 8:01 am
    The world will probably never get tired of the wonders of Lego, even if it definitely hurts when you step on one. Painful feet massage aside, the popular brick toy continues to astound us with the many things we can create with it, from mega structures to constructing movie scenes. The sky is the limit to what you can create with Lego, unless of course, you don’t have an unlimited supply of Lego bricks. But that doesn’t mean you can’t bring out your childhood Lego collection to create practical everyday things or as a simple lifehack. To that end, here is a list of 20…
  • Basic & Essential Command Lines Every Web Designers Should Grasp

    Thoriq Firdaus
    29 Jul 2014 | 6:01 am
    You may have come across instructions in web design and development tutorials that tell you to do things like npm install or git clone, etc. These are Command Line Interfaces (CLI). We use them to tell the computer to perform specific tasks, usually by typing specific commands from Terminal and Command Prompt. Terminal and Command Prompt may not be the most convenient tool to use, particular for web designers, which is quite understandable, since web designers may be more familiar with graphical interfaces. Yet, tools like Yeoman, Bower, and Google Web Starter Kit operate through command…
  • Controlling CSS3 Animation with steps() Function

    Thoriq Firdaus
    29 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Animation is one of the greatest features introduced to CSS. In the past, web animation was only available in the JavaScript or Flash territory. But, today, many websites opt to use CSS for adding subtle animation. In previous articles, we have gone through how to do some cool things with CSS animation like adding a marquee effect and adding bounce effect to something. In this article, we will once again dive into CSS animation. This time, we are going to discuss a CSS animation function, steps(), that enables us to control the animation’s movement — don’t freak out,…
  • 10 Notorious Hackers That Made Headlines

    Azwan Jamaluddin
    28 Jul 2014 | 6:10 am
    When people hear of the word ‘hacker’, they usually think of those who are considered black hat hackers. As opposed to white hat hackers, who hack computer systems to help patch flaws in the security, black hat hackers hack for more illicit gains. Whether it is for money, personal information or just for the thrill of it, black hat hackers wreak havoc on computer systems and usually leave a trail of victims behind. In this post, we will briefly look into the lives, motivations and outcomes of 10 hackers who have made the headlines by targeting and hacking into large organizations…
  • A Guide To Getting Published: Finding The Right Site

    Issa Mirandilla
    28 Jul 2014 | 3:01 am
    Having one online article published is great, but having multiple articles published is awesome. And, often, the latter has less to do with your writing skills, and more to do with how you handle your articles before and after publication. That’s not to say that writing skills don’t have their place, of course. If you want to make a living as an online writer or blogger, you should, at the very least, know how to write. This may seem obvious, but judging from the usual quality of online content, it’s surprising – not to mention alarming – how many people ignore…
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  • Color Club Halo Hues collection back instock!

    29 Jul 2014 | 12:40 pm
    All 12 of the Color Club Halo Hues collection is now available instock! Don’t miss out on these beautiful holographic polishes! SGD13 each with free normal postage. Eternal Beautiful – purple holographic polish.Cosmic Fate – copper holographic polish.Kismet – greenish gold holographic polish.Cloud Nine – light pink / lilac holographic polish.Angel Kiss – green / teal holographic polish.Halo-Graphic – deep rose holographic polish.Cherubic – soft brown holographic polish.Blue Heaven – soft blue holographic polish.Harp On It – silver holographic polish.Over The Moon –…
  • Colorful #02, Betwo #3

    28 Jul 2014 | 12:44 pm
    To browse items, click on banner to enter:   Spree start date:  27 July 2014, Sunday Spree end date:  10 August 2014 Sunday,10PM Payment to be made before spree end dateCurrent Spree Status (Capping at 5 items) To browse items, click on banner to enter:       Spree start date:  27 July 2014, Sunday Spree end date:  10 August 2014 Sunday,10PM Payment to be made before spree end dateCurrent Spree Status (Capping at 5 items) 
  • Sex Toy Gift Giving: What You Need to Know

    27 Jul 2014 | 12:50 pm
    Do you have a special occasion rapidly approaching? Maybe an anniversary or birthday that you just completely forgot about? Here’s a tip: no one wants an overpriced stuffed animal from the drugstore or a generic gift card to a department store – they want something that shows you really understand them and want to satisfy their desires. Sure, you could peek at their browser history or ask their friends what they’re into, but let’s be honest – you want a gift that you’ll get to enjoy too: sex toys. (Sorry guys, that backyard grill is gonna have to wait!) Sex…
  • Pose Skeleton

    eTraders Place
    27 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    This is a series of the Pose Skeleton set. Consisting of different accessories together with the skeleton set, all in miniature size and from Re-ment. Re-ment Pose Skeleton Human Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Dog Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Dokkiri Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Door Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Hospital Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Music Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Rocking Chair Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton School Set Re-ment Pose Skeleong Tatami Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Toilet Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton Construction Site Set Re-ment Pose Skeleton The God of Death Set
  • treasury list : warm summer days…

    26 Jul 2014 | 12:31 pm
      Thanks to Betsy of Sunshine on Water for curating this lovely Summery Treasury List, which features my Tropical Red Earrings there on the bottom row!  Betsy makes stunning sterling silver jewellery, including earrings and personalised pendants so be sure to visit her Etsy Shop. Thanks Betsy! A closer inspection of those earrings!
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    A Sakura Story

  • Switzerland - Geneva

    29 Jul 2014 | 3:09 am
    Geneva was the first stop of our 3 week summer adventure in Europe.  The thing that stood out to me about Geneva, besides everything being clean, organized and slightly expensive, was that unlike Singapore people were not walking around with their faces buried in their smart phones.  Instead people were walking along actually talking to each other and sitting across from each other in cafes looking at each other in the eyes and connecting.  It really stood out to me how different and slower paced the lifestyle was compared to what I typically encounter in Singapore.  It is…
  • MERS scare

    20 Jul 2014 | 11:55 pm
    I came down with a high fever last Wednesday which lasted for a few days and I was feeling pretty miserable. Especially since Kingsley is away for work right now so I was sick and alone with 4 kittens to take care of. On Friday morning I went into the urgent care clinic at Raffles hospital just to get checked out.Things began to go wrong when I checked in at the registration counter and the receptionist marked me down as a male on the admission form. When I pointed this out to her she looked at me with utter confusion. She couldn't understand what she had done wrong. So I had to explain to…
  • Diner en Blanc 2014

    15 Jul 2014 | 1:50 am
    This was our third year enjoying Diner en Blanc in Singapore but we only just barely made it in time.  Kingsley and I had a red eye flight from Dubai which landed about an hour and half before we were supposed to meet at the designated location.  Which meant Kingsley and I had to make it through the airport in record time, arrive at the condo after traveling for the last 3 weeks, throw on our white clothes and run out the door.  We made it just in the nick of time and joined 3000 other guests dressed in their most elegant white outfits to the event.The secret location was…
  • 40th Bday parties Singapore style

    14 Jul 2014 | 1:19 am
    Kingsley and I were fortunate to attend two very special 40th Bday parties last month.  The first was held at Me@OUE.  We had a whole outside section reserved for us complete with opera singers and a massive birthday cake. Happy Birthday Opera from Lynn Wood on Vimeo.The second 40th Birthday party was for our friends Nicole and Wolfgang who threw a red and white themed party (Singapores colors!) Thankfully Kingsley already had his outfit ready to go from previous years of Diner en Blanc.  
  • Cebu - 7th Wedding Anniversary & Whale Shark Video

    7 Jun 2014 | 9:49 pm
    Cebu 2014 from Lynn Wood on Vimeo.Kingsley and I spent our 7th wedding anniversary in Cebu Philippines where we were lucky enough to swim with no less than 7 Whale Sharks!!  A dream of mine for many years.  The experience was overwhelming...I think I swallowed half the ocean when I first spotted one...and incredible, they are the most gentle giants I have ever encountered.
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    Little Green Dot

  • Little Green Dot New Website // Coming Soon

    28 Jul 2014 | 9:48 pm
    I’m so excited – after long months of planning – Little Green Dot is moving to a new website! The transition will happen in the next week, so you’ll see some big changes around here. I’m still dedicated to sharing my green life, recipes and tips on the blog – but the new site will also have two new pillars to help support your green journey: Workshops – There will be an updated workshop page and calendar where you can see what’s coming up in the year ahead. We’ll be working with awesome experts to teach the skills you need to create a…
  • Start the Morning Right // End the Week Right

    24 Jul 2014 | 12:32 am
    I love learning from my friends – so the other day I invited Christopher Remaley over to my office to teach us how to make his Spicy Lemonade juice. Chris is a Michelin-star trained chef and knows how to make a GREAT tasting juice. He was the personal chef to Robert De Niro – which was amazing - but Chris told me how the job’s long hours and constantly being on the go nearly ran his body down! Chris learned to heal through juicing and now, living here in Singapore – he started Rejuicenate, a juice cleansing system for those of us feeling a bit run…
  • Ten Summer Eco Crafts your Kids Will Love!

    22 Jul 2014 | 8:45 am
    Here are 10 great summer crafts that will keep your kiddo happy all afternoon. Or at least for an hour, which honestly is all we need sometimes! :) The great thing is they’ll be creating fun crafts with bits and pieces of materials that we would have thrown away – but now – can happily repurpose. How clever is that?! I hope you find some inspiration here to create a simple but super-fun afternoon together. Bubble Snakes This is my daughter playing with a craft that I put together for her birthday. The kids went pretty much insane over it and played for hours!! Easiest…
  • Weekly Steam Facial Cleanse

    18 Jul 2014 | 6:30 pm
    If you like the idea of natural beauty treatments that you can do at home, you’ll love this simple facial treatment. It’s a great healthy habit to start! You’ll be getting a deep cleanse - the steam will open your pores and allow you to unclog and effectively clear your skin of build-up  - which if left untreated, gives your skin a dull and textured appearance. What we want is glowing and smooth! By adding herbs, peels and other ingredients to your steam cleanse – you’re going to get all those essential oils and their benefits! You’ll see clearer…
  • Drink Pink // Peach & Raspberry Green Smoothie

    14 Jul 2014 | 8:08 pm
    I’ve been drinking a green smoothie regularly  for the last year and I have to say it’s something just makes me feel better. Like everyone, I have ups and downs – but when I break my morning smoothie routine – I miss it – and always get right back into it. Green smoothies give me more energy, I feel full longer and I get in fruit and greens that I wouldn’t otherwise! And, when you get the recipe right – it’s delicious! This is one of those recipes :) Peaches - it’s peach season – so you’ve no doubt seen them in your…
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