In This Issue

November 2018

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DO LESS, LIVE MORE.
We’re playing fairy godmother in this issue, fronted by beautiful actress Rebecca Lim, to help you do just that. We know you’re time challenged, busy with work and constantly trying to find time for the kids, for your man, for yourself. So, this issue is filled with tips and tricks to help you gain a little bit of calm amidst the madness.
If you’re like me, you’ll wish for more time in the mornings. And here’s how: In “Wake Up And Go…”, we share some clever beauty secrets, so you won’t have to spend too much time doing up your face (just sorting out your brows alone can help you save precious minutes). Fashion stylist Aaron Kok has also risen to the challenge to scour the stores (so you won’t have to!) for 100 fabulous fashion buys 
under $100. The great-value, versatile finds are easy ways to update your wardrobe without breaking the bank.
You also won’t want to miss our Domestic Diva Awards 2018, celebrating the best in food and home. We share a glimpse of what the hyperconnected kitchen of the future looks like, and it’s a relief knowing there are so many high-tech gadgets and appliances designed specifically to make our life easier.
November is also Diabetes Awareness Month. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong brought to light how serious it is amongst Singaporeans in his National Day Rally speech in 2017. And it continues to be a pressing issue for us and our children. So how can we keep this in check? Our ex-sub editor Annabel Middleton shares how she thought a regular genital itch was due to PMS, only to later be diagnosed with diabetes. Would you know the signs? Please don’t miss our diabetes update.
We wish that you’ll be able to do less, live more… and live well. Start by getting a copy of the November issue now!

– Editor-in-Chief Barbara Koh

PS We love how versatile cauliflower is – try out our four easy recipes with our cut out and keep cookcards. They’re yummy and perfect for weeknight dinners. Click here for more dinner options. 

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