5 Tips to be Fully Relaxed in a Thai Spa

  Have you been feeling excessively exhausted due to work? Well, life is too short to make it so stressful. Though you know that stress is inevitable, you should not let yourself be consumed by it. You deserve a break. So, to have that rewarding body and mind relaxation, there are a lot of Thai spas in Bangkok which you could engage in. If you are planning to have the most soothing weekend getaway at a Thai spa, here are some helpful tips for you: Be an Early Bird Because it is highly advised to spend each time wisely, arrive at least 15 minutes before the said appointment. At your arrival, you’ll be required to fill out some forms first and have a tour with a staff. 15 minutes is enough to prepare your things. Most Bangkok Thai spas have waiting areas where you could sit and have coffee while listening to music. Also, early birds sometimes receive rewards like shopping discounts, free food service, or a Bangkok hotel promo. Ask Questions Don’t hesitate to ask questions to one of the staffs. They’ll guide you from the beginning up to the end of your spa experience. They’ll be more than happy to assist you in any way possible and in any way they can. Maximize the Facilities Make the most out of the money you spent. Use the steam room and the sauna. Consume healthy snacks that are available for you. Don’t deprive yourself of shampoos and lotions. Take off Your Clothes No underwears or bathing suits is a common rule on a Bangkok Thai spa. For your knowledge,...

4 Ways to Breathe Life Back Into Your Living Room

  Creating a new vibe in your living room is always an exciting idea.  When you stare at this area in your home and see how you can use some light in one corner and the armchairs brought to a more prominent space, you know you’re ready to give it a face lift.   Before you begin moving your sofas and corner tables around, here are some good old tips to help you achieve the look and feel that is just right for your room’s size and family activities. Take only what you need.   Look around your living room and identify the furniture and appliances that you rarely use.  Is it time to move the TV in the den so you can entertain guests with less distraction?  Place a bookshelf where the TV used to be.  Fill it with your book collection and framed family photos to personalize the space. Let go of divisions.   Instead of the usual dividers or see-through shelves, use a comfort and stylish L shape sofa to demarcate the area between your living and dining rooms.  This works well if you have limited space as it provides a continuous view of the entire room, giving it a wider, more spacious ambiance. Have more than one focal point.   So you’ve taken the TV out of the picture, now remake some more by creating a second focal point.  This is advisable for homeowners who like to host large groups every now and then.  It will discourage people from crowding together in one large space.  A sitting area by the window is a cozy alternative...

Skincare in a Nutshell: What You Need to Know

  Whether you’re starting out or already have a skincare regime, it’s crucial to know not only what you put on, but also when and how to apply skincare. This can make all the difference between breakouts or soft, glowing skin. Below are some top tips that cover the most general skincare topics: In what order should I put on skincare products? The rule of thumb is to follow these steps: –           Cleanse: making sure your skin is clear will get rid of clogged pores and prevent problems such as breakouts. –           Exfoliate: do this 1 – 3 times a week, depending on your needs and the strength of the exfoliator. –           Tone: keeps your skin’s PH balanced, and some brands like Etude house have multi-function toners! –           Moisturize: oil and moisture aren’t the same thing—even if your skin is oily, use a moisturizer made in mind for your type of skin, such as Sébium Hydra from Bioderma. –           Protect: use sunscreen or products with SPF, especially if you have outdoor activities. How do I know which products will suit my skin best? Your type of skin will be the most determining factor. If you have oily skin, stay away from overly-nourishing products. If you have sensitive skin, use products from known brands such as Bioderma and Sebamed that are known for their sensitive skin-friendly products. Knowing what you’re allergic to is also something important. Consider consulting a dermatologist if you have continuous skin problems. What other splurges would be good for my skin, and when should I use them? –           Masks: 1 – 2 times a week, make...

How to Get the Best and Affordable Hotels in Port Dickson

  Going to the beach to relax and reinvigorate your body is a good way to spend your holidays, anniversary, vacation, business trip or even your unplanned travel. In order to fully maximize your time away from work, you need to find a good place to stay near the beach. The advantage of choosing a place to stay near the beach is to easily access the area where you plan to do your activities and enjoy your stay. However, there are some good villa are budget friendly. Expensive hotels can surely throw a monkey wrench in your plans if you don’t consider this in your travels plan.     What are the Things That You Should Do in Order to Get an Affordable Villa in Port Dickson?   Searching for the best place to stay during your travel in Port Dickson is very important. Here are some things that you should do in order to get the best of PD without busting your wallet:   Search online. There are literally millions of websites dedicated to hotels. You can use your time on the internet searching for the best hotels in Port Dickson that will become your home during your trip. But you need to be constantly alert because there are websites that give suspicious offers. Look for updated photos in order to be sure that you are dealing with legitimate travel website and not a sham one. Book a package. Spending money for separate services is definitely a bad idea. Booking a package is a great money-saving act especially if you wish to fully enjoy your stay in Port...

Here’s A Survival Guide For Minimum Wage Earners In Malaysia

  Malaysia is a booming nation trailing not far behind of its neighboring Southeast Asian countries like Singapore. Aside from many people from across the globe migrating to Malaysia, it has become a very popular destination for people seeking stable construction jobs. Employment opportunities are abundant and the cost of living is low, making job seekers want to stay in the country for good.   Furthermore, Malaysia’s booming economy and tourism have made the country successful in various facets. The constant arrival of tourists in the country has spurred the establishment of many businesses and even skyscrapers. However, not everyone lands a high-paying job in Malaysia. For most employees, they receive minimum wages and these include those involved in construction jobs, labor jobs and other low-earning jobs.   Minimum wage in Malaysia refers to the lowest gross wage per month. According to statistics, the average lowest wage ranges from 900 MYR ($221.7) to 2000 MYR ($492.24).   How To Survive In Malaysia With Minimum Wage   Fortunately, Malaysia is one of the countries with a very low cost of living. So, for those earning a little lower than others, there is no much problem in living in Malaysia, at least if you’re frugal enough. Accommodation   Malaysia is known not only for cheap hotels during vacations but also, affordable accommodation for locals and foreigners alike. Accommodations in cities are more expensive than those in provinces. The price of a room ranges from 800 MYR to about 2,000 MYR per month. However, if you are frugal and wise enough, it would be better to choose just a room with a...