5 Little Mental Health Tips

It’s been really heartening to see an increased focus on mental health and the importance it holds in our lives; there’s still a long way to go, but heightened awareness about various mental illnesses has allowed many of us to better navigate our lives and take care of ourselves. A lot of the ways in which we help ourselves happen in our day-to-day mundane lives, outside of therapists’ consultations (if you have any).

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3 Educational and Fun Playdates with Your Kid

And I know it absolutely stresses Singaporean parents when their child doesn’t concentrate in school, but trust me when I say each kid will find their way. It may be early, or it may be late, but educationally, there will be a spark for a certain subject in your child. Once that spark appears, all you have to do is let that spark grow and let your child ride the flame.

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Dating, and Putting Yourself First

As I grow older and closer to 30 (which isn’t that near but neither is it that far), I see more of the ridiculous standards that are placed on women as ar indicator of their value or worth. And on a personal level, I would like to encourage you and support you in creating a life for yourself that holds up to your personal belief system and takes your mental health in mind. Take a deep breath, and you do you.

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5 Tips to Empower Your Daughter

Your daughter, like any other child, is one-of-a-kind. Many kids forget that growing up into teenagers and adults, but all it takes is consistent communication and encouragement to remind them that they have something in them. Your daughter is the same, and she has her own unique quality to bring to this world, all you have to do is teach her how to coax it out of her.

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The Most Sensible Gift for the Kid Who Has Everything

As children, many of us were offered opportunities and time to interact with the real world. Which now as adults, has enabled us to voice our thoughts, opinions, and evolve & adapt as we grow. Are we offering our children these opportunities? Pressure and demand has it that children are constantly engaged. It’s not just us. Many children struggle with the concept of idling. How do we then provide them with opportunities to be in touch with their inner self? To develop their individuality, and not be a cookie-cutter child who attends classes, plays structured games, and is in this rat race of life.

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Top 2 Practical & Beautiful Baby Health Journals

How do you keep track of your child’s health? Was it Jack who had the chicken pox? Who was it that the rusty nail pricked at the playground? Vivid memories that morph and fade into vague memories as we grow older and these dim away. While these are essential information, it can be difficult juggling them in our memory bank - especially if you are a parent to more than one!

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3 Types of Baby Journals

Whichever ‘type’ you lay claim to (or not), journaling about your child is very personal and heartwarming. If you’d like to view, browse and decide on your most ideal one, we’d be happy to host you at our showroom. We’re best reached via texts (9128 7983) or emails (hi@revel.sg) though the occasional ESP works too. 😁

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