Why You Shouldn’t Buy Cheap LED Light Bulbs

I’ve always been a long time advocate of using LED Light Bulbs. Not only for energy saving purposes and their long lifetimes, but I’ve also learnt that not every LED Light Bulb is created equal. I had to replace some light bulbs at home some time back and it was superrrr troublesome. I’ve learnt my lesson never to buy cheap light bulbs anymore! Philips Lighting recently gave me heaps of information about their range of LED Light Bulbs and they…

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Back To Work With A IP Camera Installed At Home!

(This is a super belated post) My maternity leave has ended and I am back to work at my full time job (and no, blogging isn’t my full time job). Back at work, the┬ámost popular question everybody asks me is… “Who takes care of your kids when you are at work?” Well, my older boy goes to a full day childcare centre and the small one stays home with my maid. “Aren’t you worried?” I don’t really have a choice.…

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We Welcomed Alkaline Water In the House!

Last month we welcomed a new addition to my kitchen – the novita Water Purifier NP330. Since we moved in to this house, we have been boiling tap water and replacing way too many kettles. I am not sure why but the kettles always rust on the insides and we can never boil enough water to cool and feed our family of 4. Check out this video: Well that’s all in the past now. I waited for a month of…

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Hello Kitty meets kitchen appliances!

Hello Kitty fans will have much to rejoice. Cornell has just launched the Hello Kitty Rice Cooker (CRCHK106), which goes at just S$49.90 (Usual Price: $69.90). Look at how cute and pink it is! This will definitely brighten up your kitchen! I especially love it’s suitably small capacity of 0.4 litres, making it perfect for small families. I use a small rice cooker of similar capacity for the small meals I make for Daniel throughout the day. Much better than…

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Expect Haze To Hit Us Earlier This Year, Experts Says

I refer to this article published by The Straits Times earlier this year in Jan 27. 2015 While the National Environment Agency had said this year’s dry spell was not likely to be as bad as last year’s drought, experts told The Straits Times last week the haze could come earlier this year. This will happen if the dry weather in Malaysia triggers wildfires, with winds carrying the smoke over to the Republic. Haze in Singapore usually occurs from May…

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