Updates in Light of Gradual Reopening to Phase 3 (Heightened Alert) wef 21 June 2021
As we prepare to welcome more of you back into our space as safely as possible, we'd appreciate it if you could take a moment to read up on what's changing at Core Collective from Monday, 21 June 2021 in light of the eased COVID-19 measures by the Singapore Government for Phase 2 (Heightened Alert).
The mere mention of the word “cancer” alone can bring immense feelings of unease. But for a well-known disease that’s heavily feared, many are highly unaware of the root causes of it that can be avoided or prevented.
Most will associate coworking spaces with hot desks, meeting rooms and lounge areas inhabited by dynamic entrepreneurs.
One of the recent additions to Core Collective’s suite of wellness service providers is Pure Wellness Studio - Singapore’s first dedicated private infrared sauna studio.
Content in this article is based on the Cut the BS podcast by Found8, episode 1: Michelle Yong – A wife, a mom, a serial entrepreneur, and our boss.
It’s every Nutritionist’s mantra, “Eat more broccoli”. Touted for its health-promoting benefits and a reduction of chronic diseases, broccoli and its breakdown constituent sulforaphane have been studied immensely as being “plant medicine”.
When you start seeing someone new, the early stages of dating can be a confusing experience, filled with uncertainty and prone to overanalysis. You might find yourself worrying about whether the person you’re seeing likes you. And if things are going well, the question of when you should take your relationship to the next level looms in the background.
From managing a household to taking care of children and a husband, and for some even working a full-time job; the responsibilities that come with being a mother can seem overbearing. It’s important that despite these challenges, mums don’t compromise their own health and well-being - after all, you can only be the best mother to your children when you are your best!
The lure of perfectionism
Many of us hold the belief that the only way to improve is to hold high standards for ourselves. Consequently, letting go of this yardstick might put us in danger of underachieving.
The next time you scroll through your feed on social media, notice how only specific kinds of posts will stand out enough for you to stop and look at it. Everyday, businesses are competing against thousands of other businesses for the attention of their followers on social media platforms. What this means for you as a business owner, is that aside from generating social media posts that are strong in terms of the content it conveys, creating ones that are visually appealing is equally as important.