Christmas is coming~!
The Paya Lebar SingPost Centre has completed its renovations, and has opened with a lot of awesome restaurants, a beautiful movie cinema, and... Gongcha reopened today!!! If you're going there specially to get the bubble tea, pop over to the Philatelic Store :)
The first time I went there after the renovations were completed was when I urgently needed to send a delivery via Speedpost to Thailand. The post office these days have really come a long way from how they used to be! They are so high tech with queue numbers and modern decorations. Though of course there are still lots of old school post offices around like Lim Ah Pin Road, Pasir Panjang etc if you want to go back and relive the old days.
The Philatelic Store is operated and owned by Singapore Post, so the designs are authentic, and the commemorative stamps etc that you purchase from the store are completely authentic.
As you can see in the video, the Philatelic Store @ GPO is really beautiful! I saw lots of ladies taking photographs with this Christmas display because it is so instagram-worthy.
And Singaporeans are forever winter and snow deprived.
The Philatelic Store @ GPO offers a comprehensive range of Singapore and Foreign stamps, Thematic MyStamp, Souvenirs and Philatelic Gifts that are available exclusively in-store. Every item in the store marks a special moment in Singapore's history.
Since they are commemorative, have collector value, and are of exquisite designs, the collections and gifts make perfect presents for all occasions like business gifts, a memory lane souvenir, a philatelist's personal collection etc.
Visit the Philatelic Store @ GPO
#01-127/128 at the heart of SingPost, the General Post Office
10 Eunos Road 8, SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600
Shop online at www.shop.singpost.com
Picture is pixellated because its screens hotted from Narratrs' post >.< Oops.
For example, I love shoes, and there is high engagement on my instastories when I have the Keep/Refund poll running - people actually message me to say "PLEASE KEEP THESE SHOES" rather than just voting "Keep" in the poll. - But I can't be posting about shoes all the time right?
Like, be the change you wish to see in the world kind of impact.
Instant Avocado Milkshake anybody?
I recall the first time I used a lip balm / moisturiser was probably around the time I was in Primary Five or Six, and it was Vaseline's Lip Essence (Tube form with gel-like lip balm, just like Himalaya's). At the point of transition between girlhood to womanhood, and girls in those days didn't make up that early, it was a chore to apply lip balm. The tube was therefore stashed in some compartment of my schoolbag that was doubtlessly sat on. Also, on application, you'll need to use tissue to wipe off the excess, which inadvertently led to a very messy situation because I didn't really have the habit of bringing tissues with me.
From then on I moved on to chapstick-style lip moisturisers of all brands, never completely using any one to the point of completion. Lip care has recently made a comeback though, with Laneige's Lip Sleeping Mask being... the only lip mask I can think of :X
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