Or Should We Say Sheroes?
Life may seem tough to navigate at times for women. We see reports of how women make less money, have to work harder, and struggle at times just to have their voices heard. It can be really discouraging as a girl to hear about all this.Read more
“For some, the night can be a haunting place, where they are left alone with their thoughts as the world around them does to bed. Making them feel more alone than ever.” – Samaritans Of SingaporeRead more
Who says you need to down twenty doses of caffeine and energy bars? Here are some useful tips to help you remain fresh and vitalised throughout the day.Read more
With the increased ability to travel around the world, how can we make our miles count?Read more
Living in Singapore means coming into contact with festivals from many different races and religions. However, some of us might still be unclear about the exact details of certain festivals. With Hari Raya Haji just around the corner, we decided to educate ourselves about this important date by having a chat with Ustazah Wardiah, from […]Read more
This year’s National Day Parade (NDP) has got all of our attention, rousing excitement with great news such as the return of combined schools choir and with sneak peaks of the new goodies wrapped within the funpacks. However, with this year’s theme centred around “We Are Singapore”, there are a few other uplifting highlights which encourage […]Read more
‘When I’m gone, I cannot take care of my children, that’s why I am building this system.’ – Umi Waheeda Taking care of just one child is a handful for most parents, but Umi Waheeda cares for 15 000. The 51-year-old Singaporean heads the Al-Ashriyyah Nurul Iman Islamic Boarding School in Indonesia, providing free education, […]Read more