In celebration of International Women's Day 2021, themed "ChooseToChallenge", we are so thrilled to feature Vanessa Caitlin who is a self-taught fashion and commercial photographer. Her interest in photography grew while producing documentaries in Melbourne, Australia where she spent most of her formative years. Her passion has brought her too many places including Milan, Nepal, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo.
In celebration of International Women's Day 2021, themed "ChooseToChallenge", we are so thrilled to feature Natalie Dau, who is an accomplished athlete, media personality, ambassador and influencer. Natalie has her own show called @keepingitrealtv and an app that can be found on www.nataliedau.com. This multi-hyphenate mom is truly an inspiration to many women, especially those who struggle to juggle motherhood, relationship and career all at the same.
In celebration of International Women's Day 2021, themed "ChooseToChallenge”, we are excited to have embroidery artist, Inez Tan from Inez Designs sharing her creative journey with us. Inez left the fashion industry as a seasoned fashion merchandiser and buyer to become a full-time mother to two children. As she embarked on the journey of motherhood, she discovered an outlet for her creativity. Her passion for jewellery making and embroidery grew and that was how her business started. Inez’s work has since gained wide acclaim, and has been featured internationally in The New York Times Style Magazine and MarthaStewart.com.
In celebration of International Women's Day 2021 themed "ChooseToChallenge" we are excited to start off the series with Sha-En Yeo, who is the founder of Happiness Scientists. Sha-En has trained more than 10,000 people in schools and organizations in the research and practice of Positive Psychology. Sha-En is also a TedX Speaker and the co-author of #1 Best Selling Book called The Road to Success Vol.2.
Happy Chocolate Day! As we celebrate one of our favourite ingredients, let's sink our teeth into some interesting ways that chocolate helps. Did you know that chocolate was used as currency during the Mayan times? That was how much they loved and treasured cacao. A familiar predecessor of how we stash our most precious chocolate treasures in a discreet corner of the fridge for an indulgent middle-of-the-night treat! 1. Listen to Your Heart Chocolate is not just good for the emotional aspects of our heart, but also for our literal, physical heart. The compounds in dark chocolate appear to guard against oxidation of LDL, i.e. bad cholesterol. As such, less bad cholesterol stay within the arteries and as a result,...