Baby’s Breath Flowers: Buying from the Online Florist Singapore

Gypsophila or Baby’s Breath flowers are a staple flower for wedding bouquets, but they are also the best when it comes to elegant bouquets for any occasions. Buying Gypsophila is more convenient when you have the florist to turn to. Any Flower Delivery that you want for the flower gifts is available at the flower shop. The Florist has the best resources to provide the kind of flowers and delivery services you expect. For your special bouquet of Baby’s Breath, you can buy from the online florist anytime. 

559e46438fd74083a48fcf6cb8a55240You can buy these beautiful white and dainty flowers of Baby’s Breath in bulk from the online florist. The flower shop is directly connected to several local florists and suppliers who can provide the amount of flowers you need, even for bulk orders on special days or events. It is good to know that buying the Baby’s Breath flowers from the florist online is a convenient way of having beautiful flowers. The internet makes it possible and easier, and the florist assures you that the flower you order will arrive at the exact time you expect and in the right condition, whether it is a special bouquet or just a bunch of stems of flowers.

 

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Certification in Basic Dog Grooming

Mid this year, I enrolled in a Basic Pet Groomer course and paid ZERO dollars for it. I had been considering a few dogs-related short courses to take during my break from work, and as a self-proclaimed typical, kiasu money-savvy Singaporean, I just had to utilize my skillsfuture credit!

SkillsFuture Credit aims to encourage individuals to take ownership of their skills development and lifelong learning. All Singaporeans aged 25 and above will receive an opening credit of S$500 from January 2016. Your credit will not expire and the government will provide periodic top-ups, so you may accumulate your credit.

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Wax XXX Professional Home Kit Review

During my years of beauty work, I had waxed plenty of arms, legs and some privates (the only body area I hated waxing for many reasons). I once had a brazilian waxing done at a parlour that left me cringing at the thought of attempting it again because of their uncommon method of prepping. Instead of “greasing” the area (which can minimise some pain) after cleaning it, they powdered it instead. The moment the hot wax was pulled off, my knee out of reflex hit the light lamp that was at the side of the bed and the wall. I can’t remember if I went home with any skin left on my intimates. Other than the therapist’s skills, the wax product plays a big part in delivering a less painful experience for the consumer! Needless to say, I stayed off brazilian waxing.

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Post-Lasik Thoughts

It has been almost 7 months since my EpiLasik at Eagle Eye Centre (EEC). It took me really long to write this post because of a series of events and some mixed feelings. I am still very glad that I am free from glasses-wearing (for now) and I guess it’s time for me to pen down some thoughts and updates.

When I wrote about “How Myopia Affected My Life“, I was more or less resigned to the fate that I will never be able to do any water sports nor look good WITHOUT my thick glasses at all times. Then shortly after, I was being assessed by EEC and given the go-ahead for the lasik and cornea-strengthening procedures. I had both procedures done in the same day in April this year. It took less than 15 mins and I was out of the operating theatre. Regular reviews were done to ensure fast and successful recovery. I visited the clinic at Mount Elizabeth Novena countless of times on top of the times I was supposed to because I am paranoid like that.

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