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7 Nostalgic Places to Visit to Relive Your Childhood

Singapore has changed much since its founding in 1965, going from a third-world country with no natural resources to speak of to a sprawling world-class nation-state. If you’re part of the older generation, you may have witnessed this change yourself. Singapore today is in many ways barely recognisable to the nation it once was.  There …

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8 Easy Hiking Trails for Seniors in Singapore

In our last post, we talked about some steps seniors can take when going on a hike. Before that, we also gave a list of some affordable lightweight backpacks you can use when going on a hike. In the guide we also listed some trails you can take.  There are many hiking trails in Singapore, …

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5 local recipes to bond over with your loved ones

People bond over food. That’s a fact. We as Singaporeans love our food, and are proud of our heritage.  One of the ways to get over cabin fever is to prepare food. It can also be a fun activity to engage your loved ones during this time indoors. These recipes are likely those seniors are …

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7 ridiculously amazing places to visit when you retire

We’ve spent a fair bit of time talking about why you should retire, and how much money you should set aside for when that day comes.  But once you’ve retired, then what? Well, that means you’ve got nothing holding you back, and if you’ve got enough money in the bank from your career, that leaves …

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Stuck at home with nothing to do? Here are 7 fun things to curb your boredom!

So, all non-essential businesses are closed during this Circuit Breaker period for at least a month, and gatherings have been prohibited. In other words, that means that most of the things you’d normally do for fun such as family gatherings or shopping are now against the law.  The government has also informed us to stay …

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