Category Archives: rainbowdiaries

Cool off this Summer with InstaCuppa

As am writing this post, I am sweating! Yes, it’s that time of the year where hot Sun is shining bright and Summers are here. Summers can get very daunting especially when we don’t stay hydrated. It’s crucial that we […]

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9 things every Vegetarian has to hear…

Actually what you eat to fill up your tummies shouldn’t bother anyone, right? But exactly that’s where the whole problem starts for a Vegetarian!!! These are a few things you have to hear if you are a Vegetarian. Are you […]

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Kids, your favorite run is here again…

You know what am I talking about? Which run kids – kids and parents actually look forward to every year?? Yes, you guessed it right. Cold Storage Kids Run is here for it’s 11th edition held on the 20th of May […]

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Gender-Neutral Parenting – what’s your take?

Gender-Neutral Parenting is quite a complex topic and am still not very clear or sure about my own stand. I’m going to write what is my impression about it which might change in future. Lets leave it open for further […]

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Rejuvenate your scalp and hair with TK TrichoKare

Time to come out of La La Land! I always knew that my hair is thick. Along with this opinion, I always considered my scalp to be quite healthy and clean until I visited TrichoKare, a leading Trichological centre that […]

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Disney on Ice, RainbowDiaries, Disney, Giveaway, Singapore Indoor Stadium

Disney on Ice celebrates Everyone’s Story

Mark your dates – Disney on Ice celebrates Everyone’s Story will be in Singapore from 14-18th March 2018 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Don’t forget to participate in our Disney On Ice Giveaway for a chance to WIN up to […]

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Smile Bright at Kids Dental Day

Kids have the most beautiful and infectious smiles that win every heart. Those little pearlies are capable to melt anyone. After a hard Day’s work, when parents come back home, kiddies with flashing teeth make the stress disappear. But… Are […]

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The Joys and Pains of being a Solo Father

Photo courtesy of Unsplash. Single parenting presents its own set of complicated factors. While Attn.com points out that, “Nearly 10 percent of households are headed by single dads, a major increase since 1960, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center […]

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What Chinese New Year means to a non-Chinese?

Let me confess that before I landed in Singapore before 10+ years, I was quite clueless about Chinese New Year. Had read a bit about it in some fictions during childhood but didn’t really bother to remember it. We arrived […]

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