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  • [Part 2] Embracing the New Normal: A Chat with Han Li Guang

    The tightened measures have impacted the F&B industry significantly, with many restaurants turning to takeaway and delivery as a means to continue serving their customers.  As we now enter Phase 2, there will definitely be more changes that the F&B businesses need to prepare for. 

    In today’s interview, we spoke to Li Guang, Chef-Owner of an award winning and Michelin starred restaurant- Labyrinth, and his newly launched delivery concept- Miss Vanda. 

    He shares his outlook on the current situation, how Miss Vanda was conceptualized during the circuit breaker, and also what he has learned throughout this period that is valuable advice to fellow F&B businesses out there as well. 

  • [Part 1] Embracing the New Normal: A Chat with Adelia

    Over the past 2 months, many have been staying at and working from home due to the circuit breaker (CB) imposed to fight off the current global outbreak. On June 2, CB finally ended, and we have recently entered recovery Phase 1. 

    In the following weeks, we will be featuring some of our customers as they share how they are embracing this new normal, and what they look forward to in a changed future. 

    Though more economic activities are gradually opening up, many businesses in the retail, F&B and home-based industries are still unable to fully resume operations in their brick-and-mortar stores. While the outbreak has brought about economic disruption on an unprecedented level, some business owners see this as an opportunity to rethink and explore the business in other ways.

  • [Part 6/6] Staying Positive During CB: A Chat With Marcus & Alicia

    This is the final article in our series. Read our previous interview with Kevin and Hui Jun (Part 5) and Jim Ng (Part 4).

    In Singapore, the first case relating to the global outbreak was confirmed on 23 January 2020. A stringent set of preventive measures collectively called CB was then put into place in order to break the chain of transmissions in our community. As the daily number of new community cases has declined significantly, Singapore is on track to end the CB on 1 June 2020. 

  • [Part 5/6] Staying Positive During CB: A Chat With Kevin & Huijun

    This is the 5th article in our series. Read our previous interview with Jim Ng (Part 4) and Dimple (Part 3). 

    Parenting at any time is challenging but during an outbreak, things get exponentially harder. No grandparents to hold the baby while you take a breather, restrictions on social interactions, general mood of panic and even occasional diapers shortages all factor into a quickly changing landscape for new parents.

    In this interview, we talked to newly minted parents Kevin and Huijun to find out how they are handling the changes and coping with the outbreak.

  • [Part 4/6] Staying Positive During CB: A Chat With Jim Ng

    As the outbreak spreads globally at such a rapid pace, the impact it has caused are felt by all businesses - be it large or small. CB measures such as no large-scale social gatherings and the closure of non-essential service providers have undeniably caused much economic fallout. Hence, businesses have to find new ways to branch out to their customers and clients as they are all staying at home.

    In this week’s blog article, we have Jim to share with us about his digital marketing agency, Best SEO Singapore, and how his business has transformed ever since the outbreak. 

  • 4 Tips To Help You Unwind And Catch Some Z’s

    This is the last part of a collaborative series between YoRipe & Weavve Home. Click here to read the first part on Morning Routines & here for the second on Afternoon Routines!  

    The close of each day is just as important as the start, thus evening routines are necessary to wrap up our day well, and ultimately, help us transition to a great night’s sleep. It’s one of the important things that you can do for yourself. After a hectic day, it’s good to unwind, focus on what matters, and move towards a state of relaxation. We’ve gathered a few tips you can incorporate into your evening routine for a happier, more refreshed morning. 

  • [Part 3/6] Staying Positive During CB: A Chat With Dimple

    Lockdown Life of a Tutor in London

    This is the 3rd article in our series. Read our previous interviews with Sharon Ismail (Part 1) and Roberto Galleti (Part 2).

    April, 7, 2020 is the first day Singapore went into CB mode, two weeks after the United Kingdom was put into lockdown. We’re in the midst of a worldwide outbreak, with cities and entire countries shutting down. The hashtag #StayHomeSaveLives has been widely circulated on social media to encourage people to follow these restrictions. 

  • 4 Tips to Beat the Afternoon Slump 

    This is part 2 of a collaborative series between YoRipe & Weavve Home. 
    Click here to read the first part on Morning Routines!   
    You probably know the feeling. The afternoon is when your energy level starts to dip and distractions have the most power. While most of us may be predisposed to this post lunch sluggishness, being mindful of certain habits and devising a routine around our lower energy levels can help fight the daily afternoon slump. 
  • [Part 2/6] Staying Positive During CB: A Chat With Roberto Galetti

    Reinventing Michelin Starred Garibaldi to Serve Customers through Delivery & Takeout

    This is part 2 in our series, click here to see our first interview with Sharon Ismail!

    As many F&B businesses are hit hard by the current measures, we speak to Roberto Galetti, Executive Chef, Managing Director, and owner of award winning and Michelin starred Garibaldi Italian Restaurant in Purvis Street on how his life and business is changing.

  • 4 Easy Tips For A Productive Stay Home Morning Routine 

    This is the first of a 3 part article series in collaboration with YoRipe.

    As we adjust to this new norm, it is ever more important to care for yourself and adopt a healthy lifestyle by eating and sleeping well. Taking care of your body isn’t just good for your physical health, but also for your mental and emotional well being during this period - in turn impacting your overall happiness, productivity and success.

  • Staying Positive During CB: A Chat With Sharon Ismail

    As the Singapore government puts into place measures such as the CB, millions of people are now staying indoors and working at home. In the following weeks, we will be interviewing some of our customers to find out what they are doing now and how they are coping with the daily stress during this CB.
  • The Real Truth Behind Bed Sheet Thread Count

    Have you ever walked into a bedding section of a departmental store only to be surrounded with different, confusing thread counts? 750 thread coun...