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One of the greatest challenges for parents today is time. We want to provide our children with nothing but best, but many of us simply have no time to get our teeth into the research needed to find the best health, education or leisure options available.

Whether you need to know more about the risks of vaccinations for your child, or the types of enrichment courses available during the school holidays, Singapore Parents is here to help you to suss out the good from the bad, and the excellent from the mediocre. Our site provides a wealth of knowledge across a range of topics including tuition centres, enrichment courses, family-friendly establishments, and leisure and bonding activities, so that you’d never find yourself lost at sea.

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Five best drinks to stay awake

It is common for people to be lazy during the day. There are many reasons for being lazy such as not getting adequate sleep, over eating, being sick, etc. a person who is lazy in the day and tired might not be able to do as much work as he/she possibly could. Our body attitude is determined by our food and water intake.

There are foodstuffs that boost energy and cause one to have an active lifestyle. However, for this discussion, I will only talk about the drinks that keep us active and awake for a long time.

The list of 5 drinks is as follows:

Coffee

It is a brewed drink that is prepared from the seeds of the coffee plant. Once the plant is harvested, we have coffee beans which are then used for preparing this hot drink. Coffee plants are now being harvested in over 70 countries. One of the main constituents of coffee is caffeine which is a psychoactive ingredient. Drinking coffee helps one in staying active, attentive and awake for a longer time. To know more about coffee and espresso stuff, and how to brew them perfectly, visit

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Easter Traditions Around the World

After Christmas, Easter is the next most widely celebrated Christian holiday in Singapore. With promises of chocolate and fun egg hunts, it’s little surprise that many people—particularly the young ones—are enthusiastic about taking part in the Easter festivities. However, did you know that egg hunting and chocolate bunnies are traditions with pagan roots, but with no ties to the Christian religion?

The Easter Bunny originates from German folklore, where an ‘Easter hare’ judges how well or poorly behaved children have been and hands out the colourful eggs, sweets and toys that he carries around in a basket. In spite of its folkloric origins, some Christians remain fond of the Easter candy tradition, as Easter marks the end of Lenten fasting and they would then be free to indulge in their favourite foods. From a Christian perspective, the Easter egg also represents the resurrection of Jesus Christ and his emergence from the tomb.

In Singapore, people commonly celebrate the festival by taking part in Easter Egg hunts and consuming lots of chocolate and marshmallow. But if you’re wondering why, of all things, should there be...


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