Not sure what to expect when you become a dad/father for the first time? A positive pregnancy test can be scary, overwhelming, exciting, and nerve-wracking for first-time dads just as much as it is for first-time moms. Even though nine months might seem like enough time to plan and get ready for a baby, that time goes by fast.

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Best Father's Day experience

If you’re reading this article, then it must mean one thing: Father’s Day is coming up, but you’ve got nothing prepared yet. Perhaps you did not have the time to think about a gift; or inversely, were worrying too much about finding the perfect gift that you have not settled on anything yet. Don’t worry, we are here to help.

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“You just had a baby! You should be happy”-says everyone in the world. But what if you felt sad, or even depressed while going through this? Don’t think badly of yourself. Ever heard of baby blues?

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baby travel

Ramadan is about to reach its end, and most of us are probably getting busier now that we can go back to our hometown for Hari Raya! There are definitely new parents in the thick of all of this who are just getting used to packing before returning to their homeland. Listen, we understand that this may seem tedious and repetitive, but trust us when we say that putting this at the top of your list will pay you in the long term. What’s ‘this’? Why, your newborn baby essentials for travel, of course!

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Intermittent fasting

Have you heard about the term: ‘intermittent fasting’? In Malaysia, one thing that comes to mind immediately when the word ‘fasting’ is used, is that it is only applicable to Muslims. That’s because they are required to fast due to religious reasons in the month of Ramadan. To make things clear, fasting may be done for both religious and non-religious reasons. However, we will tackle non-religious fasting in this article.

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#girlboss

Here’s something that you might not have known: March is Women History Month. It is the month where women’s contributions throughout history is celebrated. Women History Month is in fact, born out of a feminist push for equal access to jobs and education in the in the United States since the 1980s.

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manage as a career mom

Back in the day, it was a norm that moms quit their job. It is so that they’ll have time to manage to be available for their kids. However, thanks to the progress of time, where we are seeing a lot of shift towards improving gender equality in society, we see more and more moms working while still being present moms. Now more commonly dubbed as career mom, these working moms come with multiple challenges and struggles.

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Kuala Lumpur Skyline

It has been more than 2 years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic and the stay-at-home order have been a stressful and anxiety-inducing period of time for everyone, especially for parents with small children. Children and parents faced increased stress because they had to stay cooped inside the house. Even so, our children require continuous learning and development. Therefore, we need to find ways to assist our children any way that we can.

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According to TheStar, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer that accounts for 12.9% of all women cancers in Malaysia. The main cause is the human papillomavirus (HPV), which lingers in the body over time and turns normal cells cancerous.

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The key to staying healthy during a global pandemic is making sure your immunity is at an all-time high. But how do you do that? Here are 6 simple and effective ways to give your immune system a little boost.

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