If it’s a new business, product, or service for mamas and kids in Singapore, we want to tell you about it!
We’re back with the latest fab finds in August’s What’s New, Mama, and boy is it a bumper crop, mamas! From a bespoke florist, yoga and Pilates lessons for kids, to a coding card game for the whole fam and even cookies and cakes that are actually healthy, check out our gallery for our top picks this month!
With each flower carefully handpicked to create gorgeous bouquets, Beverly’s Blooms is our new go-to for floral gifting. Their tasteful, popular (and well priced!) monthly subscriptions for homes and businesses ensure you are always surrounded with the freshest blooms, no matter what. Monthly subscriptions start from just $75! From birthdays to anniversaries and even event styling, whatever may be the occasion, this bespoke florist is sure to please. Their central Robertson Quay location also means you can stop by for last minute flower arrangements, too!
Quote SASSYMAMA when placing your order and get 10% off your first order, mama!
Beverly’s Blooms, www.beverlysblooms.sg
A great way to keep your kids engaged, the at-home yoga and Pilates classes by VP Sports may be just what you’ve been looking for! Yoga for kids, you ask? Other than helping to calm the body and mind, yoga helps to increase attention span and improve posture and alignment. With classes starting from as young as 4, each lesson is age appropriate and gentle on children to give a stress-free, fun, yet educational environment.
Get the 2nd term free when you sign up for a term of group classes at the VP Sports studio. Simply quote SASSYVP to enjoy this fab discount!
VP Sports, www.vpsports.sg
Pick up Coding with NO SCREEN TIME in just 1 hour — we’re looking at you, mamas and papas! Learning through play isn’t just for your kids anymore; Codomo – Potato Pirates is a coding card game for the whole fam! Aside from teaching the basics of coding, Potato Pirates is packed with strategy and truckloads of fun, ensuring all participants leave with the fundamentals concepts of programming without actually using a computer!
Jump on board for a 2-hour session at the Potato Pirates workshop on Sunday, August 20th. Sassy Mamas can register FREE (reg. $100 per person) for the entire family !
Potato Pirates, www.potatopirates.game
You can have your cake AND eat it too – guilt free! Habsah of Hah’s Cravings is a wonder woman when it comes to creating cookies and cakes using all natural products that also happen to be healthy. The treats at Hah’s Cravings are gluten free, contain less sugar and are packed with hidden goodness — our personal faves, the Pebbles Cookies, are ground almonds in disguise! Gorgeous to look at, kiddos will definitely love them (and so will your waistline).
Hah’s Cravings, Tel (+65) 8448 2181, [email protected]om
Wanna create your own mobile app game for your kiddos, mama? Or perhaps design your own website? The peeps at Code for Asia are hosting Mums-Who-Code workshops THIS weekend and next. Learn the basics from an MIT App Inventor, or how to use HTML and CSS. No programming experience required, and best of all it only costs $9.45 per session!
What: Mums-Who-Code Workshops
When: Sunday 6 August and 13 August, 10am to 4pm (“Build Your Own Android Mobile App”); Saturday 12 August, 10am to 4pm (“Webpage Development with HTML and CSS”)
Where: IMDA PIXEL [email protected], 111 Middle Road, #03-04, National Design Centre, Singapore 188969
How Much: $9.45
Just when we thought Changi Airport couldn’t get any cooler, its brand new, super futuristic Terminal 4 will be opening later this year (with a special open house for the public from 7 to 20 August — all 200,000 tickets have already sold out!). At a special media sneak peek, we were wowed by features like its Peranakan-inspired Heritage Zone, beautiful modern art, thousands of living plants and trees, and in particular its cute housekeeping robots! T4 will differ from Changi’s other terminals with its centralised pre-board security and FAST (Fast-and-Seamless-Travel) features where travellers can manage their own check-in, baggage tagging, immigration, and even boarding, all thanks to state-of-the-art facial recognition software that will set the standard for the world’s airports in the years to come!
Changi Airport, Terminal 4, www.t4.changiairport.com/en
We absolutely adore Melissa shoes and the accompanying bubble-gum scent (both for us and for our little girls), so when we heard that their biggest store in the world would be opening in Singapore, we were pretty psyched. A whopping 1,700 square feet of colourful, uber comfortable and eco-friendly footwear, the Brazilian shoe brand’s flagship store MDREAMS is at Raffles City Shopping Centre and one designed to be seen. Featuring the new Fall/Winter collection that ranges from deep, warm muted tones to vibrant metallics and glitter, all in the their hypoallergenic and 100% biodegradable plastic — this may be one shopping trip you need to make pronto, mama!
MDREAMS by Melissa, 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-28 Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103, Tel: (+65) 6535 7546, www.mdreams.com.sg
East siders rejoice! You no longer have to travel all the way to Holland Village for Açai goodness anymore. Project Açai’s third and largest outlet yet has opened up in Katong right on East Coast Road. Featuring a semi-alfresco area and an exclusive new menu with its very first hot vegan snack and nitro-infused beverages on tap, there’s nothing keeping you from having your Açai bowl, every day!
Project Açai, 217 East Coast Road, Singapore 428915, www.project-acai.com
Looking for a kid-friendly beachfront property in Sri Lanka? Amari Hotels have recently launched their first resort in Sri Lanka a short distance from Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site. A supervised Kids Club and pool (we love those!) and babysitting services will make sure your little ones have a great holiday, as will you! For the adults there’s a free-form pool overlooking the ocean, a gorgeous spa and even a rooftop bar for cocktails under the stars, amongst other F&B options.
Amari Galle, www.amari.com/galle-srilanka