HelloFresh is a service which will deliver ingredients to your doorstep for meals. The ingredients are just the right amount needed for recipes that come with easy to follow instructions. Using the recipes and ingredients, you can then prepare meals for yourself.
You subscribe to a box, which varies for the number of meals (three or five times a week) and number of people (two or four people). You can see the recipes for the weeks through the app or website and there are a small number of options which you can choose from. The boxes are delivered weekly, at a time range of your choosing (from a few options) but you can skip weeks by pausing weeks through the website or app.
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Last November, while I was in Singapore for a cousin’s wedding, I visited the Gardens by the Bay. The following is how the official website describes the Gardens by the Bay.
A national garden and premier horticultural attraction for local and international visitors, Gardens by the Bay is a showpiece of horticulture and garden artistry that presents the plant kingdom in a whole new way, entertaining while educating visitors with plants seldom seen in this part of the world, ranging from species in cool, temperate climates to tropical forests and habitats.
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Last November, while I was in Singapore for a cousin’s wedding, I visited the Singapore Flyer. The following is how the official website describes the Singapore Flyer.
Singapore Flyer is Asia’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel. Standing at a stunning 165m from the ground, the Flyer offers you breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay and beyond. There’s also a range of shops, restaurants and facilities.
I took the MRT to the Promenade Station (Circle Line) and from there it was about a five minute work to the base of the Singapore Flyer. Tickets were purchased at the counter there at SGD$33. After purchasing my ticket, I joined the line to enter the Wheel.
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BrickCompare needed a logo. And since I do not have a single creative bone in my body, I decided to give Fiverr a shot. Fiverr is a website where you can outsource a job (called a Gig) starting from USD$5, hence the name.
Using Fiverr for Logo Design
So I signed up and picked the highest rated and most popular seller for logo designs, a seller called bossdesigners. Although I was pretty sure there was a whole team behind it. The USD$5 plan was pretty limited (you will find this with most gigs) so I decided to splash out on the USD$35 (plus $1.75 processing fee) plan which will give me three design choices and a social media kit.
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