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Slim your wallet with Bellroy | CXaccessories Opening Sale $15 coupon (min $100 spend) for your first purchase

Slim your wallet A wallet that transcends minimalism. Bellroy promises using only top/full grain (best portions) of the leather, responsibly sourced from LWG gold rated tanneries. Functional and suitable for all lifestyles | Bellroy Note Sleeve (dedicated coin/key compartment) | Bellroy Travel Wallet (dedicated passport, travel document compartments) with RFID protection. For a limited time only, enjoy $15 off with minimum $100 spend on your first purchase at CXaccessories from now till 12 May 2019. CXaccessories | Distributor of authentic

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Lifestyle & Hobbies

4 Ways To Waste Your Money On Designer Goods

#1: BY SKIPPING ON LESSER KNOWN DESIGNERS It comes as no surprise that a luxury fashion brand novice is familiar with Chanel, Prada, and Louis Vuitton. Do you know other brands beyond these three? Some lesser known designers, such as Ermenegildo Zegna and Mary Katrantzou, have been flourishing for years. Are you aware of their existence? You see, you may come across some quality products from designers that you have not heard of. It is important to focus on the quality

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Personal Finance

4 Things You Shouldn’t Put In Your Wallet

Whether you are keeping your loose cash or EZ-link card, there are certain items that you want or need to carry in your wallet on a daily basis. This article will not dwell on that. Instead, it is focusing on the significant items that you need to leave out. #1: RECEIPTS Do not deny it! I am sure that you are guilty of keeping some receipts inside your wallet. Keeping receipts is valid as long as you are planning to

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Lifestyle

6 Essential Things You Must Have In Your Wallet At All Times

1. BRING IN THE MOOLA No matter where you are planning to go, it is always a good idea to keep some cash in your wallet in case of emergencies. A general rule of thumb that I employ myself is to store as much money as I am willing to lose (i.e., no more than S$50). Aside from this, there are other advantages if you carried spare cash such as avoiding ATM service fees and controlling your spending. Purchasing items

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