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7 Types of Energy Suckers to Avoid On Social Media


When we live and breathe social media, we will stumble upon the wrong crowd. These are the people who got us frustrated and upset unnecessarily by their posts and the way they communicate with you. They’re energy suckers. Identify these peeps and avoid them at all costs. I’m sure you can relate when I explain in details what these people…

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Embrace the Unfinished Work


Do you find yourself starting somethig but never did get it completed? Do you have many unfinished work but feel stuck and don’t know how you can get it out of the way? No perfectionists would want to hear something like “embracing the unfinished work.” Unfinished work is not perfect. We were taught that we should never show or submit…

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10 Coffee Shop Etiquette to Follow in the Mobile Age


As mobile workers who prefer to work in a café rather than the office, we’ve done our fair share of café hopping. So, we came across a few “funny” characters and behaviours that we wish to highlight here. Nope, we’re not here to judge. We broke a few “rules” here ourselves when you get too comfortable in the places you…

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Whipped Body Butter Recipe


After trying many cream and lotion bought from the pharmacy to ease my eczema symptoms with no help, I stumbled upon homemade body butter from a vendor selling at a community bazaar. It was amazing and it helped me with my dry skins. Then, when I begin my Zero Waste journey, I came across a YouTube video of Lauren Singer…

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Starting a Home Compost


I’m only beginning to start a home compost bin for the first time so this post is really about sharing my personal experience and what I’ve learned from experts on composting. Ever since I come across the Zero Waste lifestyle, I realize how much food waste we send to the landfills. In a household of 3 persons, we have to…

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Making and Using Eco Enzyme


Eco enzyme is a dark brown coloured solution obtained from the fermentation of food scraps (fruit and vegetables only), sugar and water. Eco enzyme is developed by Dr. Rosukon from Thailand who has been actively involved in enzyme research for over 30 years. Benefits of Eco-Enzyme There are many beneficial uses of eco-enzyme. You can use it as household and…

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My New Perspective on Life


I reflect on my life pretty often ever since I turned 30 to get a new perspective on life. I mean, that’s what most people do right? It’s not always a pleasant experience though. Occasionally, I would have a mild panic attack as if I was going to run out of time. That’s when I tend to speed up everything…

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5 Little Things You Do that Drive People Away


(This is an updated post. It was originally posted on February 24th, 2015.) Often we hear about the little things you can do to make someone’s day or your day better and generally these little things add up to the happiness you can potentially create for yourself and for the people around you. At the same time, there are also…

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