Let’s face it, we all truly bond with another person when we can drop the niceties and talk about the things we mutually dislike. Well, now you can take things one step further and find love based on the things you hate, with the brand new dating app Hater!
As part of a global tour involving 10 cities, the Annie Leibovitz exhibition ‘Women: New Portraits’ has made its way to Singapore. A continuation of a book project that was started in 1999 by Leibovitz and American writer Susan Sontag, the exhibition is a celebration of womenhood and is a reflection of the ever-changing roles of women today.
To be able to visit and experience the sights of a new country is one of the best things about travelling. From the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building in New York, to the London Eye and Buckingham Palace in London, architectural monuments encapsulate the cities’ history and culture, making visitors fall in love after just one visit. And now, with these gorgeous cityscape skyline rings hand-made by Ola Skekhtman, you can carry your favorite cities with you wherever you go!
New York Cityscape – Skyline Statement Rings. PC: Skekhtwoman
Let’s be real, deciding what to buy for a book lover can be quite challenging. From books to candles, bookmarks to tote bags, the choices are endless. But don’t fret, with their themed Librum Boxes, Carpe Librum Singapore has now got your gifting needs covered!
Travel has always been a big part of my life. The experience, the adventure, the different cultures, the sights, the sounds, the food, being around and learning from the people; those are the things I yearn for. And once in a while, I come across great inspirational travel quotes that really resonate with me. So here are 20 of my favorite quotes about travel, and hopefully they’ll inspire you to grab your passport and explore first-hand what the world has to offer. After all, no one is truly meant to just stay in one place all their life.
1. “We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next to find ourselves. We travel to open our hearts and eyes and learn more about the world than our newspapers will accommodate. We travel to bring what little we can, in our ignorance and knowledge, to those parts of the globe whose riches are differently dispersed. And we travel, in essence, to become young fools again- to slow time down and get taken in, and fall in love once more.” – Pico Iyer