The 7 Things the Employer Wants the Helper to Know

The 7 Things the Employer Wants the Helper to Know

The 7 Things the Employer Wants the Helper to Know Every household with domestic helper have their own set of rules. Some Singaporeans don’t like their helpers to use handphones, have offdays, or they set curfews to limit the helper’s social activities. We understand...
Stir-Fried Gai Lan With Salted Fish

Stir-Fried Gai Lan With Salted Fish

Stir-Fried Gai Lan With Salted Fish Chinese broccoli or Gai Lan is rich in protein, phosphorous, and iron. Adding this in the stir-fry recipe would make a nutritious meal. The Indonesian maid/Filipino maid or Myanmar maid may use salted fish and fish sauce to achieve...
Everything You Wanted to Know About Mops

Everything You Wanted to Know About Mops

Everything You Wanted to Know About Mops (But Were Afraid to Ask)! There are different kinds of mops and each has its specific use. When it’s time for the Indonesian maid/Filipino maid or Myanmar maid to mop the floor, she should choose the right mop for the kind of...
How Positive Self-Talk Can Improve Your Helper’s Life

How Positive Self-Talk Can Improve Your Helper’s Life

How Positive Self-Talk Can Improve Your Helper’s Life Working in Singapore as a domestic helper comes with a lot of challenges. One of it is being away from their families which, sometimes, results in overthinking and unnecessary negative thoughts. Self-talk can be a...
How to Talk to Kids So They Listen

How to Talk to Kids So They Listen

How to Talk to Kids So They Listen Dr Paul Jenkins, a positivity Psychologist, found a way to get kids to listen to their parents and live-in nanny! By understanding the children’s point of view and diminishing the line between kids and adults, the Indonesian maid or...