As parents with would-be primary school attending students would know, the primary school enrolment for Singaporean children born in 2011 starts towards end of the month. Primary school enrolment in Singapore is neither a simple nor complicated process. You just have a lot of phases to navigate through. Depending on what type of connections you […]

Recently, I read an article by Budget Babe titled “No one is going to pay for your expensive wedding“. Basically she was chronicling how ridiculous some couples might have spent for their weddings, from the pre-wedding shots to the banquet itself. I agreed with most of the points that she mentioned in the post. But […]

A lot of people asked whether this was possible. Clutter free and kids? That seem kind of like an oxymoron. Similarly, when we first welcomed Ally into the family, there seemed to be so much stuff that we needed to prepare. Retailers telling us that we needed this and that and promoting to you the […]

Channelnewsasia published a very informative documentary about textile waste in Singapore, as part of their Trash Trail series. Here are a few key points that were mentioned: According to a survey, Singaporeans buy 34 pieces of clothes, bags, shoes on average in a year And throw out 27 items from their wardrobe Every 5 mins, […]

Last month we celebrated Mother’s Day with both families to show our appreciation for their many years of devotion and love towards us. Kate at the same time celebrated her 3rd Mother’s Day as Ally will be turning three this September. (wow time really flies!) We also did a lot of outdoor activities with Ally […]

Mark Twain once said “Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life”. Wow…. isn’t that awesome? But wait, I don’t quite love my job. How am I going to enjoy work? I am sure this is a problem that many of us in the rat race […]

I recently went to a newly re-opened public library at Compass One mall which went through a major asset enhancement. The selections were very little on personal finance but I managed to borrowed this book “Love your life not theirs” by Rachel Cruze who is also the daughter of financial guru Dave Ramsey. She is a seasoned communicator […]

6 months ago, I wrote an article of how I was going to implement a clothing shopping ban for myself in 2017. Since it’s almost mid-year, I thought it would be good to provide a mid-year review of this exercise. The verdict so far… Yes, I have stuck on to my shopping ban. In fact, […]

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