• The Guide to House Plants

    The Guide to House Plants

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    There is something satisfying about buying a houseplant, nurturing it and watching it grow. I started my plant journey in 2015 with a single stalk of a Monstera Deliciosa given as a house warming gift from a girlfriend. Almost five years later, that single stalk has grown into eight beautify, lush and HUGE leaves. I have also added on many other house plants to the home...
  • Fresh Eco Nail Wraps

    Fresh Eco Nail Wraps

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    You may have seen our new addition to our Beauty category on site - Nail Wraps. No more chipped polish. Best yet, it's toxic and fuss-free. We speak to Audrey, the founder of Freshly Wrapped below.  How did you get Freshly Wrapped off the ground? Prior to its launch, Freshly Wrapped was about a year in the making. I invested a large portion of...
  • Refashioning a Clothing Business

    Refashioning a Clothing Business

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    From our launch in November 2018, we've learned a great deal about the business of clothing and the importance of fit, choice of fabric and order quantities. For our first few styles, what we thought as good quality weighted fabric turned out to be too warm for our tropical climate.  The arm sizing for the end sizes (i.e. Size 0 and Size 8) turned out...
  • Mooning over Little Dresses

    Mooning over Little Dresses

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    What do you look for when purchasing clothes for your little ones? Design OR Comfort OR Your own preference (i.e. what you would wear if you were that little)? We speak to Caroline of Luna and Moon about how she founded the brand.  Photo Credit: Eng Hong from 39 East Luna & Moon. Why not call the brand 2 Moons? Can you share with us...
  • Exotically unique pieces you'll want to carry

    Exotically unique pieces you'll want to carry

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    We get sold on what's the latest IT bag to have on our arm through repetition - billboards, ads, store visuals, influencers etc.  Wouldn't it be refreshing if you had something truly one of a kind to call your own? If it was sourced from a sustainable source, even better.  We speak to Janelle of J Keyer about how she founded the brand.  Photo Credit: J...
  • Supporting marine conservation in Southeast Asia through Seastainable

    Supporting marine conservation in Southeast Asia through Seastainable

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    Do you know someone whose hobby activity culminates in a full time enterprise that exists to inform, educate and give back to that same hobby? Better yet, if that hobby is all about doing an ocean of good. We speak to the avid diver and advocate of marine conservation, Samantha Thian on her business, Seastainable.  How do you run Seastainable sustainably? We understand that this...
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