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Sail for the Soul

In search of a remedy to satisfy the travel bug, this group headed to the horizon for an overnight staycation out at sea.

4 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

Time Out!

A fancy high tea or a special brunch – it’s a great way to hang out with friends! Once you’ve booked, let’s look at what you can wear. White Ginger’s dresses are elegant and cool. Then, all you need is a pop of sparkles from jewellery boutique Lustre and you’re set to go!

2 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

From Farm to Door

Inspired by a stint in Silicon Valley and the lessons of lockdown, SHENG founded online butchery Meat Co.; we chat to him about introducing technology to the business, and what it means for customers.

4 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

Does Solar Have A Dirty Secret?

Expat Living contributor CATHIE HEARNS sheds some light on solar, the world’s third biggest renewable power source behind water and wind.

3 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

From Maths... To Magic!

Mumpreneur Karin Majdalany is the founder of Kabochon, a fine jewellery brand in Singapore that offers both a ready-to-wear collection and a bespoke service. We asked her about her career curveball and why she loves what she does.

4 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

Selling Something You Love

American heritage brand Salt-Water Sandals is now in Singapore – great news for lovers or comfortable footwear! We caught up with the CEO of the brand, Rachael Lainé, to find out why she’s excited about the reception to these stylish yet durable sandals.

3 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

6 Travel Trends

When we start travelling again, holidays will no doubt look a little different, both in terms of destination choices and how we choose to travel. Jumping from city to city on jampacked itineraries will likely fall by the wayside for slower-paced trips and spending quality time in fewer places. And, of course, health and safety will be paramount. Here, the team from luxury tour operator Lightfoot Travel give us a year’s worth of “new” holiday inspiration.

3 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

Looking For A Holistic Solution To Your Health Problems? Here Is The Answer

Looking for a drug-free, holistic solution to your health problems? Luckily, here in Singapore, there are tons of healing techniques to turn to – from mind-body modalities and manipulation therapies to natural products such as vitamins, minerals, essential oils and more. Here, we look at five areas of complementary medicine aimed at providing emotional and physical healing.

9 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

Importance Of Gut Health

We talk to Dr Elizabeth Biggs about the importance of gut health, and how she went from practising Western medicine to co-founding a Singapore-incorporated probiotic company.

5 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021

Getting Out & About

Here are six outdoor activities in Singapore to keep you fit and feeling good.

6 mins read
EL Singapore
June 2021
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