I know we all had that obsession as children where it was extremely entertaining to stick paper and every other random item on your nails. However, here’s another gem from the nail art community. Ladies and Gentleman I present to you–Hairy Nail Art! Ladies take faux hair and glue it to their nails. I have […] … Continue reading WHY? oh why?!
SAFETY – There are products that you need for safety and security purposes in your home. Such as door locks, window curtains for privacy. As to the latter, there are now innovations as to curtains such as solar film for home windows which are used nowadays in Singapore. There are solar windows which protect the inside from rays of the sun and are made of glass which would hold it together in case of breakage from outside forces.
The locality can answer what kind of water flows out of your faucets and if they are safe for drinking. In SG, water dispenser is usually used by residential areas in order to prevent any harmful chemicals in a combination of the water that flows out of their faucets. Continue reading Priority of Things to buy for Home and Office
Planning to get a house makeover this year? Did you get advice from a Feng Sui expert that you should try moving some furniture or change your wall color or perhaps do a little home renovation? Then, why not hire a renovation contractor?
Here are some tips to get you started:
- Reviews and Recommendation
Hiring a renovation contractor means you’re letting other person or group of people in entering your home. This also means that workers will be showing up at your doorstep carrying various decoration materials; may stay past certain time; and will use your bathroom. With these considerations in mind, it is just appropriate to have at least doing some background checking and perhaps asking friends or family relatives or professional for advice and referrals. Through recommendations, your time spent for searching the best renovation contractor in town will be reduced and will be much easier. After then, from the pool of contractors, you may wish to visit their office and do some interviews. It would be good as well to request for quotation so you can keep a tab on the cost.
Originally posted on A Sweet Chili Love:
As a self-proclaimed foodie, trying out different dishes including exotic ones should be on my to-do list. Although, there are certain food that I’m not quite fond of, and to name one: dried fish (bulad). It feels like eating a handful of salt. Balot or Balut Durian Balot… Continue reading 10 Korean Dishes for the Food Adventurer
Sheung Wan Trams My 4-year-old nephew is obsessed with any mechanical means of transport, so I thought I’d get the double-decker Hong Kong tram so I could tell him I’d been on one. As it turns out, I went on plenty during my stay, as they were really convenient and cheap. The tram I got […] … Continue reading Darn! Now I’m Hungry
This generation has been identified by most analysts and researchers as the golden age of information dissemination because of leaps and bounds in the advancement of technology. Nowadays, instead of relying solely on television and radio channels as well as newsprint media to get information about what is happening around the world, people can now … Continue reading Web Design Techniques that Make your Page Pop
Originally posted on Wonderer Wanders:
Since this is my first time in Singapore, there’s no way I can pass-up a visit at their most renowned amusement park, The Universal Studios. Tickets costs around S$74/adult, S$56/child, S$36/senior, which grants all-day access and rides. However,we purchased our tickets at Changi airport instead in order to avoid the hassle of… Continue reading Travel: Singapore (2.5) Universal Studios and Chinatown