Tips + Tricks: Make Spa Day At Home Extra Special

Spa and wellness treatments might not be a part of your necessities at the moment, but we could all use a relaxing escape from the stress of pandemic. Now, more than ever, it is essential for us to indulge in pampering ourselves on a regular basis. Not only it is pleasurable, it is also extremely beneficial to your well-being especially now that we spend most of our time indoors.

It may be an impression that spa is a type of luxury and that it may be expensive to squeeze in your weekly budget, but trust us, you don’t need to splash out a large amount of cash to treat yourself into a fancy self-care time—and you can totally DIY within the comforts of your own home!

As a skincare brand that makes every user experience the power of healthy and flawless skin, Speaks G is the perfect partner to recreate an at-home spa day session you long deserve to have. Here’s how you can have a simple, stress-relieving spa day at home with Speaks G:

Jump in the shower and give yourself a good rejuvenating scrub

Dead cells can sometimes accumulate on the surface of your skin and lead to dull and dry skin. That’s why regular exfoliation is important to nourish the skin. Speaks G’s Whipp Relief Soap helps in eliminating dead cells and deeply cleanses the skin. You will feel instantly refreshed and lighter after scrubbing away those skin impurities.

Remove breakouts with a face peel 

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Tips + Tricks: Top 6 Things To Do After Getting Your New House

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Buying your own house is the ultimate adulting goal. Nothing is more rewarding than being able to purchase your own property. Making the final preparations before your moving day make it all the more exciting. But this can also be a chaotic and stressful time. Keeping a checklist of all the things that needs to get done is a must. This will make the transition as seamless and smooth as possible for you and the family.

Here is a list of the top things you need to do after sealing the deal in your new house:

Organize your closing documents

First and foremost, you need to organize and secure documents related to your latest purchase. Make copies of your purchasing and closing documents from St Albert real estate and keep them safe in a storage or a filing cabinet. Create digital copies of your papers and store them in an online storage like iCloud or Google Drive. Contact the local property record office to check that your recent deed has been officially filed.

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Change the locks

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Mum Shares: Share Posts + Earn Rewards On Social Media!


All while you learn and share financial knowhow

Admit it or not, social media has been a part of our every day ~ every waking hour, every cherished moment, every achievement. Digital-savvy or not, we’ve all become social media natives, especially now, while in the midst of a pandemic. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Using social media to hone my skills and talents to take advantage of business opportunities has honestly been a lifesaver for me and many others during these difficult times. Social media helped us stay connected with our loved ones during the months-long lockdown, distracted us from what’s happening, and encouraged us to continue trudging on because, well, we’re all in this together. Cue music.

It’s an escape {if you follow the right people}, a safe place to breathe and relax while laughing at adorable cat videos. It’s a platform where you can be anything you want to be {or truly are}.

Yeah, yeah, it’s an endless source of entertainment. But did you know that you can earn rewards from it, too? And all with no cost to you? Just download an app, FWD Affiliates, register, and share.

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Mum Shares: Coffee That’s Really Good For You: Glorious, Isn’t It?

For decades, coffee had received a bad reputation. Besides allegedly triggering high blood pressure, insomnia, and hyperacidity, the Filipino habit of adding lots of sugar and cream to one’s cup has been said to aggravate diabetes.

While there’s no denying the Pinoy coffee fan his morning cup, there is concern over the amount of sugar present in commercial 3-in-1 coffee mixes. The leading brand has 14.6 grams of sugar in one 20-gram sachet alone. Imagine how much sugar you’re taking in if you drink an average of three cups of coffee a day.

What About Sugar-Free Coffee?

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