If you are a woman with friends who took up women’s studies in college or any other course that tackles feminist issues, chances are you’ve heard them talk about your career choice with classic lines like “Why are you working there when you could be more empowered here” or “Your job is too feminine and […]
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This article first appeared on ValuePenguin It’s always easy to overspend on beauty and skin products. After all, skin and face is some of the most intimate body parts that shape people’s self image. Who doesn’t want to achieve the best representation of themselves? But, there are also smart ways of saving on your beauty […]
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How To Balance Your Time Management Women generally carry a colourful load of responsibility on their shoulders. Their roles may include those of employee, boss, entrepreneur, mother, wife, girlfriend, friend, fiancé – in a mixture of any or all of the above! No wonder tons of women feel stressed all the time. From never having […]
How to Save for Your Retirement Needs in Hong Kong Retirement in Hong Kong may be exciting, but it will cost you. It is important to be financially prepared if you plan to retire in this region. After living in this region for a long time, you have to know how expensive it can be […]
Steps To Success: Powerful Rules for Women Entrepreneurs There is one thing we have to admit when we get into the business world – there is no one recipe for success. Even the most outstanding entrepreneurs in the world got to where they were in varying ways. That does not mean, however, that there are […]
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While exploring exotic locations and solo trips have risen dramatically in popularity the past year, Singaporeans are notorious for neglecting their well-deserved vacation days. While there can be a number of reasons why this is the case, one of the predominant factors can be traced to the high daily cost of living that prevents Singaporeans […]
For your child’s birthday party, you want a fun and memorable celebration that will make him/ her the happiest kid around. Involve your child in the preparations to build up his / her excitement for the big day. 1. Party Theme What’s your child’s favourite cartoon, movie or TV character? Whatever he / she enjoys […]
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Is “Network More” Bad Advice for Women? In an article published by Harvard Business Review February last year, a controversial claim was made: the advice “network more” is bad advice for women, or at least, not as good as an advice for women as it is to men. This is the question we will […]
The working population of the world today seems to be under a lot of pressure. More than that, millennials seem to be getting most of the heat as they are often criticized for not achieving and not having the purchasing power and properties the way their parents and grandparents did back in the day. But […]
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Individual investors often wonder if they are making the right decisions with their portfolio. As new trends come and go, it can be hard to keep up and to determine how to best put their money to good use. Here we discuss crowdfunding platforms, which democratise finance and offer an exciting opportunity to investors. What […]
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