These 5 businesswomen in Singapore made it to the lead positions at their organisations and inspire us to lead from the front. They also represent sectors where job opportunities for women are increasing every day.
As with any long-term move, it’s important to get your financial essentials sorted soon after you arrive in the country. This article is aimed at steering you in the right direction and in the process, avoid a lot of headache running from pillar to post.
Getting swayed in the madness of wedding planning will result in an exorbitant celebration. Plan your wedding with these useful financial tips and tricks.
In the spirit of the upcoming International Women’s Day, if you could choose to be working in any country around the world other than Singapore, which one would it be? Here is a look at 6 countries that consistently figure in lists of best countries for women to work in; go ahead – make a choice!
Moving to Singapore certainly has its many perks. It’s one of the safest countries in the world, has an extensive and pretty good transport system, excellent career opportunities, a multi-cultural exposure and impeccable healthcare and educational services. Here are some things to keep in mind about the island city to make your transition smoother.
Planning to visit NATAS 2017? NATAS will be celebrating it’s 50th anniversary this time. It’s going to be raining deals and offers at the fair this year. We are here to help you figure out the best NATAS deals & promotions this year!
Eating more fruits and greens is always good, but how much of an impact can a vegetarian diet make on the world’s economy? As it turns out, to the tune of trillions.
Finally gonna try to get a date! But wait! Do you have enough to pay for it? What if you like this girl? What about the second date? You will have to up your game won’t you? How much will that cost? Courtship can be costly. Let these lessons in economics show you how to make better investments in the search for love.
Too many failed dinner and movie dates can break your heart and your bank. Let science guide you in increasing your chances at romance while keeping your date expenses low.
With new bars opening at the drop of a hat in Singapore, figuring out which ones to try out can make you a little dizzy – even without drinking. Check out some of the new drinking holes in the Little Red Dot that stand out for their originality of concept.
There is more to life than just work – after all – who wants to be a dull boy? Whether it is to pass time, to add to your personality, or if only to help you discover a hidden aptitude, a hobby can be the best thing that happened to you. Here are some interesting activities that you can spend time on after work.
Can there be a better start to your married life than going on a trip together? But we know many couples who end up all spent after their honeymoon trip. You don’t want to make financial mistakes from day one and spend the rest of your life blaming each other, do you?
If the amount you spend on food every month comes as an unpleasant surprise at month-end, it’s time you do something about it. And no, we are not asking you to starve. Just take a few tiny steps and be amazed by the amount you can save on food each month. Read on to find out how.
Train rides can be that repetitive motion one performs to get to work and back – or it can be this wonderful and exciting adventure you undertake to explore lands and cultures. Here are some really interesting train journeys across Asia that are bucket list material. Time to wake up the Sheldon Cooper in you!
Singapore is often seen as being a very expensive place to live in – but that shouldn’t stop you from having fun because as they say, some of the best things in life are free! Well, it’s true because here are 25 fun things you can do in Singapore without making your wallet feel lighter.