A Better Internet for the Family! [Gallery]

In this age where most of our lives are intertwined with the internet, it’s important for us to be careful with how we spend our time on it. From identifying fake news and online scams to prioritising off-screen social interaction, how do you safely navigate the internet? If you’d like to use these images for educational…

How to get out of an emotional rut?

Sometimes we feel upset, empty or simply frustrated at ourselves. It is during these moments that we can also feel lost or helpless because we simply don’t know how to get rid of these feelings. This is why we have tried to come up with a few simple tips below that may help you out…

Everyday Heroes : Darien

Darien had to experience many hardships and challenges to be formed into the diamond he is today. Our next Everyday Hero hails from Halogen Foundation Singapore, and though he is only 21-years-old, his life experiences are undeniably beyond his years. “Share, love and care”  Growing up in a low-income single parent family made him feel…

Everyday Heroes : Larry

Meet Larry, a 30 years old senior project associate from Participate in Design (P!D), a non-profit design organisation who advocates for a participatory and community-centric approach in doing design and planning of cities and neighbourhoods. When we discuss the realm of design in building an architectural structure or public spaces, most of us think that…

Everyday Heroes : Cheryl Cadeline

“I always remind myself, if not me, who? If not now, when?” Cheryl is the community engagement manager at #Up2degrees, a place where messages are spread to raise awareness of the Earth’s climate. #Up2degrees focuses on the impact that air-conditioners have on the climate and subsequently on the ice sheets in Antarctica. If the ice…

Everyday Heroes : Abhishek

“I only feel I have done good when I have acted from the space of giving, loving, and connecting with people.” Abhishek is an everyday hero and an active seeker of understanding the complexity of social issues that speak to him. Out of the vast social issues present in society, urban poverty and refugees are the ones that…

The Plastic Trap: Tips to Reduce Plastic Wastage!

You’ve probably seen the viral 8 minute long video of a poor turtle being aided to by a group of marine biologists. The team found a 4-inch plastic straw lodged in the turtle’s nasal cavity, which was suspected to have given him eating difficulties. In the heartbreaking video capturing the removal of the straw, the…

Everyday Heroes : Kok Chung

“I’m a catalyst – I play the enabler role to enable people to be the best that they can be.” In our first meet-up with Kok Chung, he struck us as a person with a zest of life, a bag of passion and enthusiasm displayed through his energetic demeanour. Our next everyday hero is a…