Found this long forgotten radio clock when clearing my wardrobe. Got this as a free gift with a magazine purchased at PageOne bookshop more than a year ago. Can’t remember the exact amount I had paid for it but must be quite low since I’m a well known miser.
The radio clock is made up of 4 lego look alike blocks that one can dissemble and re-assemble in many different ways, which is good for me as I love to play around with my things.
After using it for 2 days, this is how the radio clock looks like now. Am still exploring more ways that I can stack up the 4 blocks. Oh boy! its such fun!!
Btw: I have got an extra pc of the radio clock lying idle in my house. Anyone interested in getting it, please leave me a comment here.
Was shopping at Guardian and come across this cute lip butter. There were 3 different flavours and I choose blackcurrent. This is the first time I’ve seen lip butter in this type of container.
The scent of the lip butter is very sweet and not artificial as I expect it to be. However, there is one little thing that kinda pissed me off.
I was kinda horrified when I turned to the back of the lip butter and find that the manufacturing date to be backdated till year 2008. Its partially my own fault too as I did not remember to check out the expiry date as I used to when I purchased the item. Should remind myself to be more careful from now.
Happening for the 7th year, Starbuck Singapore will be holding its annual christmas open house on 2nd Dec 2010 from 5pm to 7pm on Starbuck stores islandwide.
During these 2 hours, Starbucks will be giving out tall sized beverages in return for a donation to The Salvation Army via the instore red kettles.
Do remember to mark the date down on your calendar. Do a good deed this christmas and be pampered with a small treat from Starbucks.
More christmas ideas from Beauty Credit. Am planning to get a few for my friends. What about you?
Christmas is the season of giving and our friendly SgFreeBee is more than happy to do its part for the society.
Working in hands with Cause.ad (http://causead.sg), SgFreebee will be launching a Christmas giveback project which will run from 8pm on 25th November 2010 and last for 100 hours.
All you have to do is to click “Like” on the ad HERE and 10 cents will be donated to the Operation Smile Singapore.
Every single “Like” matters. Do join me in doing something meaningful this coming christmas season. And please help to spread the message around.
Quick Facts About Operation Smile Singapore
- Approximately 1 in 500 children in Asia are born with a facial deformity.
- In as little as 45 minutes, one cleft lip surgery can change a child’s life forever.
- Children with facial deformities who do not receive reconstructive surgery often have difficulty breathing, drinking, eating and speaking. As a result, many suffer from malnutrition, medical and psychological problems.
- A cleft lip operation costs as little as SGD $360.
- Operation Smile Singapore is a registered not-for-profit organization registered under the Charities Act.
- Operation Smile Singapore is part of a global alliance of Operation Smile Foundations and Resource Chapters dedicated to providing free treatment to children and adults suffering from cleft lips and cleft palates.
- Since 1982, more than 115,000 children and young adults have been treated by thousands of Operation Smile volunteers worldwide and thousands of healthcare professionals have been trained globally.
- Operation Smile provides care for children in 51 countries. 9 resource countries raise funds and provide medical volunteers, while 42 program countries receive education and training and conduct surgeries.