There have been so many people who have always envied that I work from home; and that they would love to do so. Free time and so on... "Yes, exactly! I always thought and still a few other things, but I prefer not to repeat them here 😉. Now many of them are allowed to work from home and don't get anything done, just complain, don't get anything organized, and after one or two weeks, they are already close to burnout. But I don't want to be like that, even if I am a bit gloating. I tell you what the problem is...
Childcare - For those of you who don't know what that is anymore, it means to be occupied with your children; In a way that is appropriate for you 😉. No social contacts - Panicking would be a good idea today. But it doesn't help.
Everything that applies to work/business applies at home from now on. I strongly recommend a separation between the partner who works and the one who is at home. For particularly persistent cases of panic in men, this is an excellent remedy to cure the panic attacks quickly: --> read in the article how!
During extreme situations people often react even more extreme. Irrational and panicky in most cases. This is also the case during the SARS period and more recently during the coronavirus period.People stop thinking in some situations and only react in panic. This leads to hamster purchase, which are neither necessary nor sensible. Or even worse,... Continue Reading →
A soup is not only good for warming up on cold winter days. Clear beef, vegetable or poultry bouillons bring a lot of vitamins and minerals with them. Just the right thing if you've got a bad stomach or are fighting a cold. Not to underestimate the amount of liquid. In other words, a meal that makes sense especially in hot countries. It is practically an electrolyte solution free of charge. Finally, I would like to mention that it is an extremely cheap meal.
Food poisoning is contagious! There's no way to say beyond a shadow of a doubt: "This can't happen to me" Not even if you cook everything yourself and only buy organic food. You are also dependent on the personal hygiene of all employees who handle your food. And not only that. Especially in warm countries, maintaining the cold chain is not always taken so seriously. And there are several other possibilities…
So I immediately turn to the Maritime Museum, which is really worth a visit. Here you go the way of the early traders on the maritime Silk Road. There is much to discover and learn. Everything can be touched and explored. An interactive show lets you sink to the bottom of the sea as part of a ship's crew - very impressive!...
A fun pastime in which two-dimensional images are transformed into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions.
I bought tickets online for the Wax Figures Cabinet. This is recommended anyway when visiting Sentosa, because the prices on site are almost twice as high. I decided to buy a bundle with the Trick Eye Museum and paid for one ticket 49,50 SGD. My expectations were therefore not low if I assumed that the local price would be twice as high…
Do you love Italian food? Noodles in all variations? Then do it yourself and don't worry, it's easier than baking cakes. I don't own a kitchen aid, a scale or a pasta machine 😉 . You see, if I can do it, you can do it easily and the best thing is: making your own pasta is faster than you think.
Singapores Botanic Garden is today a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE Site. Sir Stamford Raffles laid out the first botanical garden in Fort Canning in 1822. The present site was chosen in 1859. With 160 years of botanical experience, the 82 hectare garden today plays an important role as a tropical botanical institute in Singapore.
In the Middle Ages, gingerbread was only available in pharmacies and monasteries. Honey was the only sweet available and with medicinal herb juices baked, the gingerbread was considered a speciality, which one did not eat frequently. The typical spices came a little later, when e.g. cinnamon and pimento came over from the Orient.
It's not a big deal to make. Jiaozi are popular in Japan as Gyoza and in Korea as Mandu. It’s similar to Maultaschen in Germany, Piroggen in Eastern Europe and Pelmeni from Russia.
Today you get three recipes for fabulous spreads and one for marinated Feta cheese. You need a little more money for 200g cream cheese (Philadelphia) and 200g feta, but at the end you get a large amount that will be enough for three to four days for dinner. Add some freshly baked bread, cucumber and tomatoes - delicious!
Deepavali or “Diwali” or the “Festival of Lights”, is a celebration that marks the triumph of good over evil.
Pretzels can easily be made by yourself with this recipe: Ingredients: 500g flour, 1 packet dry yeast, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon salt, 1/4 litre warm water 3-4 litres of water and 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda When you have, coarse salt to sprinkle on the pretzels Mix 100g flour with yeast, sugar, add 100... Continue Reading →
Ingredients: 300g Spelt flour 200g Wheat flour 50g Wholemeal oat flakes 50g Sunflower seeds 50g Pumpkin seeds 50g Sesame seeds 2 Spoons flax seed 2 Teaspoons salt 500g fresh sourdough (or 200 g fast sourdough and 300 ml warm Water) Warm water Preparation: Grease a box mould or line it with baking paper. Now you... Continue Reading →
You can also prepare a very fast sourdough simply with 1 cube of fresh yeast or a packet of dry yeast, 200 g rye flour, 200 ml warm water, leave at room temperature for 24 hours (only cover with a kitchen towel).
Comparison of general costs between Singapore, Germany and Denmark. I compare also the prices of different markets in Singapore. Then it’s easy to see, the shopping place plays a significant role. Comparison of food from different supermarkets:
Take a break from your everyday life and make right now a lovely, awsome and amazing sightseeing trip with me on bus line 32. I have no idea what great words I am writing as headlines for my upcoming article for bus line 14, but for bus line 32 every word is meant honestly.
The Core Central Region today also includes Marina Central, Bayfront, City Hall and Bugis as well as Sentosa. The entire area, i.e. the Core Central Region with the CBD/Central Area and Sentosa, still comprises a total of 11 areas.
The typical Peranakan houses are mostly colorful, artfully decorated and have decorative tiles. The most beautiful and probably most photographed Peranakan houses are in Katong, in the Koon Seng Road (right of the Joo Chiat). Come with Bus 32 (Exit opp Roxy Sq on East Cost Road) and then walk in the Joo Chiat…
Singapore's past is marked by many stories and legends. Which of these is the real, genuine story of its origin can certainly not be proven beyond doubt. But that's probably not that important either. The nice thing about stories is that they are comprehensible and exciting. And that's why I wrote a logical one for myself out of all the stories, legends and myths. If she is right in the end doesn't matter if you like her 😉. I have selected a few videos that fit very well to this article. They conjure up pictures in your head where my lines can't do that 😊.
If you're looking for fresh eggs in Singapore (in any shop), you'll probably read the best advertising slogans on the packaging first. There's nothing here that doesn't exist - at least that's what it seems. Eggs with Omega 3 and eggs with Omega 6 (really now?), eggs with Vitamin D, low cholesterol, with Selenium, Pasteurized, Carrot Eggs, Corn and Soya Eggs or First Born Eggs…
The days of shepherds and brickmakers are long gone. You'll think it's the past while you walk through this historic neighborhood.
But not only the mosque enchants with its colours. Indie boutiques, restored shophouses and street art at many corners are impressive photo spots. The textile shops, carpet shops, leather shops, basket shops and restaurants will surely fascinate you as well.
I don't know if it's my husband's German culture, but no matter where and how long we've been somewhere, there always has to be something repair or optimized. Even in a service apartment… But where can you find a DIY Hardware store in Singapore and is this also called a DIY store here?
Until 1961 there were houses in Chinatown in Sago Lane 硕莪街 for the dying relatives. This had less to do with the cramped conditions of the more generational families than with the fact that people were afraid of ghosts...
Don't look away! Then the problem becomes really bad. Why this disgusting contribution? Because I think that on the one hand it serves the health to know dangers and on the other hand, because less and less people know what to do to protect themselves. Or how you can get rid of them.
I read and hear often that there are hardly any houses left in the former colonial style. I don't know in which city such people walked around, it wasn't Singapore ;-).
The entire nature reserve was formerly known as Pasir Panjang Beach. The history of the park is very exciting and interesting. Admiral Sir Henry Keppel fought here successfully 1842 against the pirates, which attacked merchant ships again and again.
Nasi Goreng for 4 persons for 5,41 SGD The basic recipe is one of the cheapest and most balanced foods I know.
Since the foundation of Singapore in 1819, the Singapore River has been a trading centre. During colonial times, Boat Quay (in Front of CBD) became the trading centre. This is where the vessels arrived to bring their goods upstream to the warehouses at Clarke Quay. But also dozens of passenger ships crowded around an anchorage... Continue Reading →
The mountain is 48 meters high and escalators were built so that visitors can get from the street "up" into the park. That sounds so crazy to us who came from the Alps.
If you take bus 14 to NTUC Income Ctr/Bras Basah Rd, go down Victoria Street, past the Cathedral of the good Shepherd and turn right into Stamford Rd until you turn left into Armenische Straße. Here are many photo Motives.
At first glance everything seems super clean here. Singapore seems to do a lot for the environment and also the locals are encouraged to avoid plastic for example. But does this happen in practice? It's hard to say. Personally, I think it's still a bit too much of an "alibi" environmental awareness. You'll notice that... Continue Reading →