Life & Living: Set Up The Smart Home Of Your Dreams With These 5 Senior-Friendly Appliances & Devices
All the smart home devices and appliances you’ll ever need for convenient, care-free living as a senior.
Balestier Plain’s charm lies in the mix of architectural styles that present a sense of Singapore’s history, heritage and character.
Unlike the IPO route, SPACs are “blank-cheque” companies where shareholders take up shares in a SPAC IPO without knowing what business they will be getting into. It’s an investment area to tread very carefully in.
Secondary Destinations: Head Off The Beaten Track For Hidden Travel Gems, Thinner Crowds And Cheaper Prices
Your silver years can be a golden age for travel, with secondary destinations and off-peak seasons offering thinner crowds, cheaper prices and hidden experiences.
Seniors can expect more help with mid-career switches, an easier time downgrading if they’re single and higher CPF contribution rates late in their career.
Urs Brutsch, Founder and Managing Partner of HP Wealth Management in Singapore, came to Singapore from Switzerland for a year in 1986 and never went back. He talks about his
Instead of moaning and complaining about your body and life, make some changes to be positive and stay relevant. Here are four easy steps.
Not one to bow to custom, Sylvia Toh takes you on a merry journey through the animal kingdom of the Chinese Zodiac, extolling fortunes for the Year of the Dragon.
As we amass personal effects in life, there will come a time when you’ll look back on all of it and wonder how much they contributed to your carbon footprint. Who will be responsible for clearing them when you’re gone? Decluttering is becoming a preferred way of life and author Fumio Sasaki outlines some tips in his book Goodbye, Things — on minimalist living.
Intimacy coaches lay out the benefits of exploring sexual intimacy in your senior years.
Artist Sandra Lee has lived in many countries and has enjoyed the experiences her itinerant lifestyle has afforded her.
Opinion: Let’s Question The Nosey Relative Stereotype For Smoother Chinese New Year Gatherings In 2024
While it’s important to ask personal questions tactfully, labelling caring relatives as nosey is a generalisation we should avoid – especially during a convivial time like Chinese New Year.