Fun French Learning for Kids in Singapore

Alliance Française de Singapour is starting it’s Holiday Camps next week! Children ages 5-11 years old may explore French language and culture through storytelling, arts and crafts, singing, cooking and other workshops while developing strong communication skills in French. Through the centre’s French mastery, children will embark on a voyage into a sensory, imaginary, creative…

Why It’s Not Scary to Donate Blood?

It is a cliché but as a woman and as a mother, I have it in my veins. I live to nurture. It is in my blood to help and care about other people. I have always wanted to donate blood when I was younger but I was always scared of the needles and the mere sight…

Restaurants to Try on Singapore Holidays

They say Philippines celebrates the longest Christmas. I must agree since as early as September you will hear Christmas songs playing in the radios, Christmas countdowns showing in TV shows, malls, parks and major roads displaying colorful decors and dancing lights. And as the days go closer to Christmas Day, every Pinoy could feel that…

Creamy Monggo Sauté and Katipunan Stories

Sunday is Family Day for the Mangalonzo household. We usually go to mass together in the morning, eat home-cooked lunch, stroll in the mall after and then cap the night watching a feel-good movie. But we woke up late so the order of activities for this Sunday has changed and we started our day having…

Kopi, Teh or Me?

I had been in and out of Singapore in the recent years to visit my husband who works as an Events Designer. A few months back, my family decided to be together in just one home and in just one country. Many changes took place since the decision. I quit my five-year old job in…