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Cheryl Then

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I am a business graduate from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and competent in marketing, customer relations, and event management. I also enjoy challenges which will allow me opportunities for growth and learning in marketing. Besides from work you can find me volunteering. I've participated in various events including Meals-on-Wheels, Y Food of Love, FoodNotes, Food Bank Singapore, Willing Hearts and Food from the Heart.

With remote working being the new way of working, it can get quite tiring and stressful as you are not able to take small breaks by going to the pantry and will be facing a huge pile of workload at home. This is where yoga comes into play.   Yoga has more benefits than you think it does. It eases back pains, increases flexibility, reduces stress, improves sleep, gains inner peace and more. There are various yoga classes in Singapore which includes, but not limited to, hot yoga, aromatherapy yoga, aerial yoga, hatha yoga and prenatal yoga. Below are some of the best yoga classes in Singapore which you should definitely try out to de-stress and to improve your overall health. 1. The Yoga School Engaging yourself in yoga while taking in the breathtaking skyline of the city is what The Yoga School wants its students to experience. It helps…

Burgers, a type of fast food, has been one of the popular foods among Singaporeans ever since Allen and Wright (A&W) opened the first-ever fast-food restaurant in Singapore at Dunearn Rd. The juiciness of the patty, the warm buns, and the crunchy lettuce, make people crave for a second. With many variations of burgers all over the red dot, we have consolidated a list of the 5 best burgers in Singapore (including a vegan option) that will leave you wanting for more in 2021! OverEasy Located in the Central Business District, OverEasy offers the ultimate classic American burgers from the ’80s. Their signatures include the Truffle Burger and the “To-Die-For” Burger. Both burgers consist of Wagyu chunk blend patty with OverEasy’s sauces and toppings, such as truffle mayo, special burger sauce, and potato bun. To top it off, their sides come with crispy Parmesan fries as well as a heap…

Instead of packing for classes in the morning, students simply walk over from their beds to their desks. Instead of raising their hands to speak, students click a button. Dreaded breakout rooms replace casual conversations. This is now the reality of millions of college students all over the world. School has never been easy, but the rapid switch to remote learning has caused additional challenges for many—the lack of in-person engagement and easy access to distractions can make it more difficult to focus. However, online learning has its benefits, and the crucial difference for students is whether they have the strategy needed to access the best of online learning. Keep reading for some must-know tips! Visualize your goals for the semester Lack of motivation is one of the biggest monsters waiting to snap away at your online semester. It can be difficult to feel like your studies are as meaningful…

Cafés in Singapore are becoming a common sight, yet there are still people who visit hunt for the ‘better’ cafés, either for an Instagram shot or to spend quality time with their loved ones. The coffee shops and tea houses that we will be introducing are not your typical go-to cafés, such as Starbucks or Coffee Bean. These are patronized and well-liked by the café go-ers in Singapore. 1. Walking on Sunshine Address: 181 Orchard Rd, #03-07 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896 Tel: +65 8877 8800 View this post on Instagram A post shared by Michael Almazan (@michaelqalmazan) In a corner of Orchard Central lies a garden-themed café, Walking on Sunshine. It is a café cum beauty salon, which serves Western food with a Korean twist. The café also serves fluffy souffle pancakes and refreshing drinks such as Coconut smoothie coffee. Additionally, customers of the beauty salon will also be able…

Looking for a new romantic dining experience to surprise your date with and coming up with nothing? Not to fret. We have rounded up a few special romantic restaurants in Singapore you may not have checked out just yet. From the timeless waterfront restaurant to unique hole-in-the-wall establishments, we promise these restaurants will definitely leave a lasting impression on your date’s mind. Atlas Interested in trying something out of the norm? Let this opulent restaurant transport you from our modern city-state to the glamour and romance of the Golden Era with its extravagant opulence and ornate space. Atlas is unabashedly proud of its celebration of the 1920s’ in its décor, dining options and an extensive list of “Asia’s finest collections of gin, spirits, and champagnes”. View this post on Instagram A post shared by @_5fivegraphy Immersive yourself fully in the experience by partaking in their world-famous gin collection from their…

Are you tired of finding things to occupy yourself with during this period in a lockdown? If you haven’t tried listening to podcasts, you should. We know life during lockdown can be dull, so listen to these podcasts to keep yourself occupied. Many people have found comfort in podcasts during this time, and we hope you too find reassurance listening to them. Somehow there seems to be a comforting power in listening to other people’s voices, especially when you are isolated with no one to talk to. Here, there’s a podcast for everyone. Working from home Eat, Sleep, Work, Repeat Our lives now are pretty much like the title, that pretty much sums up our day in lockdown: Eat, Sleep, Work, Repeat. Hosted by former Twitter Vice President Bruce Daisley, this business podcast dives deep into the working culture, and seemingly insignificant aspects that can make or break a workplace.…

With the government implementing a stricter measure against COVID-19, a large number of people are advised to stay at home, including workers and students. Retail storefronts are also closed to discourage people from wandering around the malls so that the virus will be able to be better controlled. This led to the rise in the usage of food delivery services as well as online shopping platforms. The rise in popularity of online stores is also due to the advancement in technology. Thus, many brick and mortar businesses are also finding ways to move their business online so that they will not lose out to other businesses. In this article, we will be looking at the top few sites that Singaporeans commonly use to make online purchases. The best online shopping experiences in Singapore: ShopeeLazadaZaloraEzbuyCarousell Shopee Launched in 2015, Shopee offers a wide variety of shopping deals, from health to beauty,…