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Kids Craft – Recycle toilet paper roll to make wire organizer

Toilet Paper to wire organizer, Shoe box to storage box, Kids art and craft

Last week when going through my 6-year-old son’s weekly class blog, I came across a fantastic idea which echoes very well with the value system of Secondsguru. The idea of initiating little people when they are really little into thinking about the benefits of recycling, saving the planet and telling them that the choices people make impact living things in the environment. To get the point across, the kids had been shown videos at school about sea turtles who are sadly choking to …[Read more]

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Make your Valentines Day a ‘green’ one!

Romantic and Eco friendly Valentine's day ideas to sweep your partner off her feet!

An open letter to all the men who have intentions to plan something special this Valentine’s day (For those who have no such intentions, this is an absolute must read)… from a woman ♥. February 9, 2015 My dear Hubbies and Boyfriends, Are you drawing lots on which of the past Valentine’s day surprises to recycle for your wife/partner this year- red roses, dinner at an expensive restaurant and red roses, chocolates (don’t bother, she is aiming to be 2 sizes …[Read more]

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Retrolicious 2015, Singapore: Reinvention of the 90s Boy Bands!

Events: Retrolicious 2015, Singapore featuring boy bands from the 1990s- All-4-One, Tommy Page and Color me Badd.

Did you grow up in the 1990s? Did you just adore the boy bands from the 1990s- Remember All-4-One (‘I swear‘), Boyzone (‘Words‘), Backstreet Boys (‘As long as you love me‘), Color me Badd (‘I adore Mi Amor‘), Tommy page (‘A shoulder to cry on‘) and MLTR (‘Someday‘)? If your answer is a firm YES , then…you probably are already going for Retrolicious 2015 in Singapore. In case you don’t know what we are talking about, have a quick look …[Read more]

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Top Christmas songs that have been recycled to death

Recycled Christmas songs

If you happened to be in Singapore in early November and walked around on Orchard road, you could already see shops lit up with sparkling Christmas decorations, traditional cookies (yes those that forever remain on the hips) and brightly coloured adverts urging you to start splashing out money on gifts! Now that December is here, the mood has become even more festive. None of the frenzy would be complete without every radio station, advert and music channel seemingly playing …[Read more]