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  • 25 Random Facts About Charlene
    1. My favourite junk food.- Chocolate!2. My favourite way to spend my free time when I'm alone.- Edit Photos, Play Dota 2, Facebook Live3. Three things that make me happy.- Flowers, Starbucks Mocha Frappe, Lipsticksssss4. My favourite Kpop idol.- Jung Yong-hwa ( CNBlue ) lol5. Song that heals my soul.- You are my all in all.6. My best moment.- Snowboarding in Korea with love.7. Three colours in my wardrobe.- White, white, white. ( denim as well lol )8. Longest relationship.- 5 years.9. If I could pick a puppy for now.- Pomeranian.10. My favourite drama series.- Game of Throne.11. ... read more
    Source: http://im-chacha.blogspot.sg/Published on 2016-08-24By [email protected] (Cha Cha)
  • Wednesday Musing: Do You Have Cause Fatigue?
    I recently read an article on Digiday, which basically stated that consumers like us have cause fatigue because brands keep hopping on the bandwagon of supporting various causes. I don’t suppose I need to tell you the causes, but some include Earth Day and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Some other not-so-official ones could include causes that promote racial harmony, women to love themselves or even feminism – most of these being issues that activists are fighting for nowadays. I don’t really get affected in any way when brands try to promote their products in the name of supporting a ... read more
    Source: http://www.lacedivory.com/blog/Published on 2016-08-24By lacedivory
  • What Does Singapore Need to Do to be Fully Cashless?
    Everybody has that one friend who always uses the excuse that he has “no cash” when the bill arrives, and then promises to pay you back when he finds an ATM machine, which of course, never happens. The day when you can finally stop accepting his lame excuses is fast arriving, because cashless and cardless transactions are becoming increasingly common in Singapore. You will no longer have to fish around in your wallet for that crumpled $10 bill or sift in confusion through your collection of credit cards. Quite a few retail outlets like 7-11 now accept payment by EZ-Link, ... read more
    Source: http://blog.moneysmart.sg/Published on 2016-08-24By Joanne Poh
  • With A Rental Downturn, Is Now The Time To Invest In The Singapore Property Market?
    Aug 24, 2016 alvinology lifestyle, random musings, Singapore heartland 0 Image provided by Shutterstock.com According to consultancy firm DTZ, real estate investment sales fell a whopping 74 per cent to S$1.75 billion in the first three months of the year from S$6.7 billion in the final quarter of 2015. What’s more, the number of investment deals in Q1 2016 was the lowest since the third quarter of 2009, which is when the global economy was gripped by financial crisis. In parallel, the rental market is just as bleak. ... read more
    Source: https://alvinology.com/Published on 2016-08-24By alvinology
  • The Color Run Singapore 2016 – I completed my first “Happiest 5k on the Planet”
    Aug 24, 2016 alvinology * events, * oddball, featured, lifestyle, music, sports 0 Over the last weekend, the Color Run Tropicolor World 2016 kicked off with much excitment at Sentosa Island. The run was conducted over two days, Saturday and Sunday on 20 and 21 August. Into it’s fourth edition in Singapore this year and promoted as “the happiest 5k on the planet”, I am sure many are familiar with the hype over the run because of all the colourful pictures of runners shared on social media. ... read more
    Source: https://alvinology.com/Published on 2016-08-24By alvinology
  • CPF’s The Big ‘R’ Chat Roadshow 2016
    CPF is such a big part of our lives where we use it for housing, retirement, healthcare etc. I've written various articles on how we can use CPF to have a better retirement as well as how CPF actually helps us to purchase our first home. It is indeed an integral part of our lives living in Singapore.The CPF system is here to stay regardless if we like it or not. There have been many changes to the CPF system over the past few years where recently it was announced on more flexibility for us to invest our CPF monies in funds which ... read more
    Source: http://sgyounginvestment.blogspot.com/Published on 2016-08-24By SGYI
  • 3 Best Credit Cards for Petrol in Singapore
    Singapore may be a tiny island, but in our minds, we would probably estimate that we contribute significantly on a daily basis to depleting the Earth’s oil reserves. With the prices of cars already at a level that would shock a comatose person into life, Singaporeans feel the need to justify the price by working their cars like field horses. Except petrol ain’t cheap, so here are the cards that will help save you some money on that at least: The following credit cards are rated primarily on petrol discounts. Beyond that, they’re rated based on side benefits (such as dining or ... read more
    Source: http://blog.moneysmart.sg/Published on 2016-08-24By Mark Cheng
  • Dignity Kitchen: Singapore’s First Social Enterprise Food Court Run By Disabled Hawkers
    Located directed above a market in Serangoon is a humble little coffee shop aptly named Dignity Kitchen, touting itself as Singapore’s first social enterprise food court and hawker training centre. Dignity Kitchen is the F&B arm of Project Dignity, founded on October 10 2010 by engineer Mr. Koh Seng Choon, and is geared towards helping the disabled and disadvantaged regain their place –and dignity- in society and the work force. Previously at located at Balestier Road, then Kaki Bukit View, Dignity Kitchen’s latest address is at Serangoon. More spacious than ever, this ... read more
    Source: http://sethlui.com/Published on 2016-08-24By Bernice Pua
  • He blew $700K in 1.5 years after receiving inheritance.
    Featured Post Warren Buffett: An Illustrated Biography of the World's Most Successful Investor. As I promised Endrene, I am recommending a book which I am sure will appeal to her boys as it has a much lower lexical density. It is undema... ... read more
    Source: http://singaporeanstocksinvestor.blogspot.com/Published on 2016-08-24By AK71
  • Yes, there is a Detective Conan Airport in Japan!
    Tottori prefecture in the Chūgoku region, is the least populous prefecture in Japan. Known for its sand dunes, the one and only sand dunes in Japan, it is also known as the “Manga Kingdom”, as it is the hometown of many manga artists, like Hokuei Town’s Gosho Aoyama (Detective Conan), Sakaiminato’s Shigeru Mizuki (GeGeGe no Kitaro), and Tottori City’s Jiro Taniguchi (Botchan no Jidai, A Distant Neighborhood). Tottori prefecture boasts two airports with unique names. In the eastern side there is Tottori Sand Dunes Conan Airport in Tottori City, and similarly on the western side, Yonago Kitaro Airport in ... read more
    Source: http://mitsueki.sg/Published on 2016-08-24By mitsueki
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