Category Archives: Lifestyle

Blogs from modern and stylish lifestyle in Singapore by Renodots

Circuit Breaker: 10 Food Stalls In Singapore That Offer Island-wide Delivery

With the circuit breaker situation right now, many of you are always on Grab food or Food Panda looking for food to satisfy your cravings. Some may even go online and search for stalls that offer island-wide delivery. We understand to some household, cooking may be a hassle especially if you have to work from […]

Circuit Breaker: Healthy Detox Milkshakes Recipes

During this period, many people are starting to study recipes at home. One of the hottest trend was making the Dalgona Coffee. Do you know the milk you bought can actually be used to make milkshakes too? Milkshakes have high nutritional value and it is a healthy substitute for Breakfast or Tea-break. Today, we bring […]

Circuit Breaker: Exercises at home to keep yourself fit.

Given a choice, would you rather step on a weighing scale and weep or stand confidently in front of a mirror and smile? I understand that during this stay home 30 days, many people indulged in food and tidbits especially when they are binge-watching their favourite drama in front of the Tv! Well, snacking is […]

Circuit Breaker: 3 Popular Korean Snacks That You Can Try At Home

Today, we introduce 3 simple korean snacks and their respective recipe for you to try at home! Fried Cheese Dog Sticks Kimbap Japchae (Stir-fry glass noodles) Fried Cheese Dog Sticks This is one of the most popular street food that you can find in Korea! With just a bite, the cheese can actually stretch up […]

8 Ting Kat Delivery Services that Serves you Home-cooked Meals right to your Doorstep

As you know, Singapore currently is going through a ‘circuit break’ period of 30 days starting from 7th April 2020. All F&B and food stalls only allow either take-away or delivery. At times like this, everyone craves for some good and authentic home-cooked food isn’t it? Well, to save the hassle of cooking them, we […]

Feng Shui Tips for Chinese New Year

Although it isn’t even the new year yet, Chinese New Year is just around the corner too. You can probably expect shopping centres and decorations to go from Deck the Halls to Gon Xi Fa Cai overnight given how close these two major celebrations are to one another. With these back-to-back holidays happening this season, […]