#1: SINGPOST’S OX-THEMED STAMPS Last month, SingPost released a set of stamps that marked the arrival of the Year of the Ox. This year’s stamps featured two graphical illustrations of the ox by artist Lim An-Ling. She previously designed the 2020 Year of the Rat and 2019 Singapore Bicentennial stamp sets. The set of mint stamps has two denominations namely, 1st Local (S$0.30) and S$1.40. These stamps are part of a new collection of SingPost Zodiac stamp series. #2: LIFEBOUY’S
Before the likes of Miniso graced Singapore, Daiso was known as the one-stop shop when it comes to ridiculously affordable deals for anything. It sold gadgets, utensils, bathroom supplies, stationary, and more. You name it, they have it for as low as S$2! Daiso’s roots date back in 1972 when Hirotake Yano established a shop called Yano Shoten. It mostly sold household items for 100 Yen or S$1.28. It was not until December 1977 when the Daiso we recognize today
Everything is set. You got to bed suited up in your softest pajamas, your silk sheets were tucked, and your pillows were fluffed. However, you still cannot sleep! Instead you kept yourself busy by playing with your phone or watching the latest series on Netflix. You found yourself counting down the few hours left until the next day begins. Like you, most people sleep less than recommended. A good night’s sleep is not just about the quantity of hours, but
Christmas falls on the same each year, but it still manages to sneak up on us. Many people prefer to do last-minute shopping by rushing to the mall or by clicking “add to cart”. While you can always give your loved one a gift card, these last-minute gift ideas feel way more personal. #1: BATH TOWEL – S$15 Muji creates high quality items at affordable prices. Add posh to your friend’s house by gifting a set of Muji bath towels.
Have you ever experienced going into a shopping mall or an online shop with a list in mind, and ended up buying more? Whether you shopped with an empty stomach or got entangled with several marketing strategies, stores can employ tricks to make you spend more. It is best to increase your awareness on the subtle, psychological, and clever marketing traps to help you save more money on your next bill. On that note, here are 8 Shopping Traps That