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Eco Home Tea seed powder – for natural cleaning wherever you are!

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[Article updated in Jan 2020; originally published May 2018] Our guest author today is Sandra Zhang, a zero waste practitioner in Singapore. Sandra’s interest in environment issues led her to set up Mono + Co, where she experiments with zero-waste lifestyle and journals these experiences. Currently working as a Senior Manager (Marketing and Communications) at a Singapore-based charity, she nevertheless makes time to work magic with leftover or near-expiry ingredients to eradicate household food waste. …[Read more]

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Bag It How to keep your designer bags in mint condition

If you want to make sure that your collection of luxury bags will last you through the years, there are a number of things you can do to keep them as good as new. Here are a few simple tips to keep your designer handbags in mint condition!

All over the world, among the many common addictions that women share, the love for luxury handbags could possibly top the list (Wait, shoes are a strong competitor!). Your cupboard may already be stuffed with purses, clutches, baguette bags, messenger bags, sling bags, totes, saddle purses and pouches, but that won’t stop you from buying a new Minaudiere to add to your sparkle at the next party. Men may never understand what the fuss is …[Read more]

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Zero waste cooking practices for the creative soul

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Our world faces a food paradox. On the one hand, 1 in 9 people globally are undernourished; on the other hand, our food systems lose and waste 1/3rd of all that is produced. Or consider this: we in Singapore import 90% of our food needs; and yet, a large pile of “trash” in our national bin is food waste! While we need to fix systemic issues to address these challenges, equally, we need to eliminate …[Read more]

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Keep Walking Explore long nature trails in Singapore!

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Today’s article comes from the pen of walkaholic Sulata Maheshwari. Sulata’s love for hikes comes from long Indian summers spent in its villages. The love was rekindled in the terrains of Japan, nurtured in the mountains of Hong Kong and has kept growing in the green plains of Singapore. A regular of the Park Connector Network (and the eateries that abound around this ecosystem), she has left footprints throughout the Red Dot in walks that …[Read more]