Everyone uses GrabPay to pay for Grab rides, GrabFood orders, and maybe Liho bubble tea once in a while - but Grab really, really wants it to be more than an occasional payment platform. In fact, GrabPay has been pretty aggressively expanding its scope of services in the past year, and even seasoned Grab users might not know about all its developments. Here's a little PSA so you know what you're getting into the next time you tap on that green icon. 1. GRABPAY IS NOW OFFICIALLY REGULATED BY MAS If you have been assiduously withdrawing money from ATMs and refusing to hop on the e-wallet bandwagon because you're afraid that the company might vanish with your money, a la Obike… Well, it should reassure you that GrabPay is now officially regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. In February 2019, Parliament passed a new Payment Services Bill to regulate e-wallets like GrabPay, which means that Grab now has to answer to MAS if there's any fishy business going on. The new bill … [Read more...] about 7 things you probably didn’t know about GrabPay in Singapore
Milk 7 days past expiration date
Fr. Gerard Deveza is immensely blessed with 38 fruitful years as a priest. Through his priesthood, he has been to many places where he is able to use his gift of healing. He has helped married couples in need of emotional healing and has provided mediation among families. He has enjoyed the friendship of couples young and old and has relished watching their marriages bloom and grow in love. What makes marriages strong and lasting? Fr. Gerard counts the ways. 1. A good sense of humor is something great to have. Fr. Gerard says couples must not take every moment of their daily lives too seriously, lest they become grumpy or masungit. Laughter is so healthy and adds joy to a marriage. “I recently attended a 50th surprise birthday party given by a supportive husband to his prayerful wife. I really liked the meaningful party theme with invitations he thoughtfully made himself. It was themed ‘Happy Holy Hour.’ He got a DJ to play disco music and invited her friends to what … [Read more...] about Keep those date nights
Many foods can still be consumed past their expiration date, whereas others can cause food poisoning. In many cases, a sniff or taste test can help to find out whether or not something is spoiled. According to Business Insider, manufacturers use different dates on groceries, such as sell-by dates (how long stores can display the product), use-by date (when the product will be at its utmost quality) or best if used by date (the best date for flavor and quality). The information does not necessarily mean expiration dates and does not show whether the food is safe to be consumed. Be sure to check for expiration dates and take a look at the following list of food that should never be consumed once they have reached the expiration date, as compiled by the Reader’s Digest. Egg substitutes Egg replacements shelf life is a lot shorter than real eggs. It is better to buy fresh eggs or use up the substitutes as soon as possible. “It´s … [Read more...] about Seven foods not to eat past the expiration date
MANILA, Philippines — There is a day in a year wherein children get to show their appreciation for their selfless and untiring love that only a mother can provide. There is really no way to match the amount of love that flows from the heart of a mother, but it is always a good idea to reciprocate by treating mom to the gifts that match her heart’s desires. For the pretty in pink mom Cara Delevingne for Dior Addict Stellar Shine Pink, according to Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup, is the color of happiness, freedom and femininity, which is why it was among the most favorite colors and the “lucky color” of legendary designer Christian Dior. As such, the brand recently launched Dior Addict Stellar Shine, a new collection of 24 luminous pink hues, ranging from subtle nudes, to fiery corals, seductive reds and bold plums. The range also boasts of a new formula with micro-pearls for shine; natural beeswax for a lightweight … [Read more...] about LIST: Mother’s Day treats for ‘it’ moms
When The Financial Times’ (FT) mail room informed me that two bottles of ice-cold camel milk had arrived, my heart dropped. I had spent weeks researching and championing camel milk’s status as the “future of dairy” to my colleagues; now I had to taste it. As I went to try the surprisingly thick beverage, my nose wrinkled, my lips pursed. I realised that something I had not expected was holding me back: Prejudice.Camels were first domesticated for their milk in 3,000 BC, according to the UN, and the liquid is a staple in parts of the Middle East and North Africa, where it can be cheaper than cow’s milk. Now it is gaining popularity with producers and customers elsewhere, from health nuts in America to farmers in sub-Saharan Africa reckoning with climate change.The milk is low in lactose, allowing it to be digested by people with a dairy intolerance and cutting into the market share of nut milks.Touted by fanatics for its alleged medical benefits and by … [Read more...] about Camel milk could be the future of dairy. Are you ready for a camelcino?