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What Can You look Forward to in 2021?

We are well into the first month of 2021. It seems it was only yesterday that we were still in 2020. Do we have reasons to look forward to a better year? Like most people, you might already have been out and about for a few months already. Judging by the crowds in malls, save for the face masks in sight, you’ll be forgiven to think there is no pandemic in Singapore. While the worst is far from over, we may have something positive to look forward this year. Below are some things we might look forward to in 2021: Immunity – Yes, we’re talking about immunity against Covid-19. With mass vaccination underway in many countries, including Singapore, hopes are...

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The Sale's Not Over Yet: Cyber Monday

Just when think that Black Friday is over and there's nothing more to shopping life, WAIT! There's still Cyber Monday. What's Cyber Monday, you might ask? It was created by retailers to encourage people to shop online.  This term was coined by Ellen Davis of the National Retail Federation and Scott Silverman, and started on November 28, 2005. It is one of the biggest shopping events ever.  We, at Sunday Shades, encourage responsible shopping and this is a great opportunity for all of us to show that we care for our friends and families. No, we don't just mean 'caring' by purchasing something for them (though that's a very welcomed thought here at Sunday Shades). We mean that, if you were to shop for...

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Travel Bubbles – Where Will You Travel to?

Air travel is comatose now. Countries around the world are desperate to revive their economies, wrecked by the unforgiving Covid-19 pandemic. So talks of “travel bubbles” give hope to resuscitating air travel and economies. I first heard of the term “travel bubble” earlier this year when Australia and New Zealand were in talks about forming a travel corridor between the two countries. Back then, they have both successfully brought down the number of Covid-19 cases. Safe, cross-Tasman travel is suddenly on the horizon again. Then all hell broke loose in Victoria State with a surge of new Covid-19 cases. Subsequently, New Zealand also experienced new clusters of Covid-19 cases, and Auckland was in lockdown a second time. Since then, a...

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Ten Things to Do on a Rainy Day

Whether it is the weather, or the economy where we have to tighten our belts or simply because we want to avoid the dreaded coronavirus, chances are we are staying more at home.  How can we use up the extra time meaningfully if Netflixing or mindless binging on social media are not options? Here are 10 things you can do that will make you wish you could stay home more often: Plan for your staycation Now that the borders are closed and it probably is not a good idea to travel anyway, why not spend time planning your next staycation? The Singapore Tourism Board, Enterprise Singapore and Sentosa Development Corporation has launched a $45 million, nine-month, campaign for a “Singapoliday”....

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