Life is so hectic in our expat world that we never really slow down and just stop. Turn of the phones and the iPad, let the laptop battery die and not recharge it.
Recently at The Expat Fairs’ Thriving in Singapore morning tea for expats, many expats expanded their knowledge of Singapore, as presenters discussed finances, healthcare, dining, kid’s entertainment and more.
Can anything be better than a delicious dessert, and especially a cupcake? If you have a sweet tooth and want to experience the best cupcakes in Singapore, then check out these recommendations!
Matching food and wine often comes down to personal taste. There are no set rules, but it helps to know which types of wine match the strength of flavours and weight of the dish before building your own palate.
Going on a photography tour in the Asia Pacific can be an amazing adventure. You will explore some of the destinations that you’ve always been fascinated about, make new friends with similar interests in photography and travel, improve your photography skills and receive guidance from an expert photographer.
Careers don’t have to stop when the baby arrives – with the advent of technology and the Internet, stay-at-home mums can continue their professional lives alongside watching their children grow. Here are 10 businesses and careers you can pursue while keeping close to your kids:
Consistent, organised extracurricular sports seem to help children develop a focused discipline they can take…
Oh, the dreaded terrible two’s. As much as I’d like to stay positive and call…
There is a fast-paced, passionate sense of urgency when it comes to running a business. All your focus and intent is on building an empire. This means long work hours, irregular eating habits and loss of social life. So how does the busy entrepreneur stay fit and healthy whilst running a business?