Do you sometimes wonder how you could find a new way to better organize your Life?
If you not yet have heard about Wunderlist or Wunderkit, I tell you a little bit about it and you find out the rest yourself, if you like …
Wunderlist is my absolute favorite when it comes to task managers. Shopping lists turn from boring and lost at home to fun tasks with the help of the whole family. It all starts by inviting different users, to your lists. Depending on what kind of list, project or task you work on the users can be family, friends or even colleagues. Once they are on board you can share your list via email or directly via Wunderlist. Every user can add their points to the list. … Once you need it, it’s all there in front of you and nothing is forgotten.
It’s a free and top- designed tool which helps to organize your everyday tasks, projects and shopping lists. Wunderlist is available for every system I can thing of (Android, Apples ipad and iphone, Blackberry, Linux, Mac, Windows and web-browser)and you can be accessed from anywhere.
I say thank you to the 6Wunderkinder in Berlin for such an attractive and deliberated tool – you make my day, everyday!
… There is something else from 6Wunderkinder you might like, it’s called Wunderkit and a wonderful friend for all bigger projects in life.
Have a look and try yourself!
TIME to DO something with MY HANDS! And this happened next:
As LL, our 11 months old daughter, is very much interested into her haptic skills, I decided we need something soft to touch. Something fun to look at but with texture at the same time. So I got her a little sheep.
All you need is 15 minutes time, cotton wool, glue, paper, watercolor (not even) pencils and a funny mood. Certainly not the talent of a real artist.
- Start and draw Rudi, the sheep, a green, healthy grassland by gently gliding the green colored pencils above the paper, use two different green colors. Maybe you want to create a hill …
- Next is Rudi, the sheep. Give Rudi a shape and draw his contours on paper. Don’t forget to give him ears, legs and a cute, funny face.
- Next are cotton wool and glue. Time to dress Rudi up! You just want to have a little bit of glue on every cotton wool “cloud”. Not too much and please only at the back side of the cotton, just enough so that it sticks on paper. Use different tiny, curly pieces of cotton wool to give Rudi a nice “fur”.
- Put Rudi into a frame and hang it onto the wall. … I suggest you are with your little one while touching the sheep gently- just to be sure that not something ends but in someones mouth.
LL practices now her gentle touch skills and it looks that she likes Rudi, our new sheep.
Have fun with this little creative Bite oF LiFe!
Thursday is delivery day! Convenience is key as a new mummy. I re-organised my household strategies and get things delivered now. So easy. I like this BiTe oF LiFe!
My favorite delivery service in Singapore is Green Circle Eco-Farm. On a 2.2 hectare land leased from the Singapore government, Green Circle Eco-Farm was launched by Evelyn Eng and Lim Tian Soo in late 1999. Everything is organic and as most of the items are grown locally. They are cut in the morning before it get’s delivered to your door. It doesn’t get fresher then that! Salad tastes like salad again, tomatoes are tomatoes again. With a little bit of preparation all veggies, fruits and even salad keep fresh in the fridge for a week … until we get our next delivery. Worth every penny.
Two other delivery services I really like to work with are Redmart and Super Nature.
Redmart offers a wide, wide, wide variety of products to a fair price, delivery is with a two hour window and can even be chosen for the same day. Brilliant!
SuperNature is one of Singapores organic stores. SuperNature provides a comprehensive range of organic and natural foods, supplements, natural remedies, personal care and household products. As a mum I’m a fan of their selection of baby foods from brands like Holle and Ella.
Where do you shop online for organic and baby food in Singapore? Or else where? What are your favorite eco products for you or your baby? Do you live in Germany for example and eco products are easy available? How about local Farmer markets, anyone?