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Personalise Your Welfare Pack

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Personalise Your Welfare Pack

It's day 12 of Circuit Breaker in Singapore and we know, it's been really hard for everyone out there. Our team is lucky enough to be able to work from home and live our lives quite normally, but we really do miss our loved ones, friends, relatives and even neighbours around our office. When distance becomes a limiting factor in our urge to socialise, a handwritten note and curated gift box can be a great way to light up someone's life and show them that you still care.To make good use of our free shipping minimum spend of $50, here are some suggested products to...

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Stay home for Earth Hour 2020

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Stay home for Earth Hour 2020

Earth Hour is happening today! What better way to celebrate our earth by staying home and do our part for the environment. Other than tuning in to Earth Hour 2020 - Live & Unplugged livestreaming conversations by the Earth Hour and WWFSG team from 5.30 - 8.30pm and symbolically switching off our lights together, here are other activities you can do instead of going out. 1 | Food prep Acai bowl made by Adele from Coffeeandkombuchaa Make your own nutritious breakfast bowl or plan your meals for the upcoming week! There's no better time to start cooking your own meals when you're working from home. Ingredients...

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Reduce, Reuse and Return!

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Reduce, Reuse and Return!

For the longest time, we've been told the 3 key ways to be environmentally sustainable: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Stop taking more than what you require, clean and reuse whatever you have accumulated, and when all else fails, recycle. This seems to be a really good plan until we realise that our recycling process still lacks transparency, and there is simply a lack of demand for recycled materials. It has been reported that after China's ban on waste plastic import in 2017, Malaysia and Indonesia have been the main importers of recycling waste. With the drop in value of recycled plastic, the pile might be...

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4 Ways to gift wrap this holiday

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4 Ways to gift wrap this holiday

It's the last weekend before Christmas! I have some handy tips for wrapping any last minute gifts and making use of items you might be able to find at home. If you have a pile of boxes from online shopping waiting to be cleared, bulky gift set boxes, wedding gift favour boxes, this is for you! Idea 1: Furoshiki using a scarf Our first wrapping idea comes from the Japanese art of Furoshiki, a traditional way to bundle items for transport and gifting. With just a square cloth, you can wrap almost anything of any shape securely and with its own handle. There...

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Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil Ingredient Highlights

Coconut Oil

Did you know that a certain crab feasts on coconuts? Why are coconuts so popular with both people and crabs? The coconut (Cocos nucifera) tree is a palm that has been called the tree of a thousand uses. Although it is cultivated in many parts of the world, the majority of plantations are found in Indonesia, India and the Philippines. Coconuts require a hot and humid tropical climate to thrive and can tolerate high levels of salinity. Coconut oil has traditionally been used to moisturise and protect the hair and skin in many cultures, even up till today. We harness...

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