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Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post.

Carrie had loaned me a Circles.Life plan for the past 3 months and I've been testing it out. Here are some thoughts on my experience.

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1. Network.

Circles.Life uses the M1 network (which I'm a current user). As such, I didn't face any difference from my current telco and Circles.Life. As what I shared previously with my fellow Punggolians, I don't face any downtime and my coverage is fine. It's 3-4 bars out of 5, same as what I face with M1.

2. Flexibility.

I like the fact that I can customise my plans. Add more data, reduce minutes and sms-es anytime. I can choose to "upgrade" or "downgrade" anytime and not be fixed to a specific "plan". If this month, I need more data, all I have to do is just pay for additional data. Easy peasy!

3. Pay for what you use.

Most mobile plans comes with a set number of minutes and sms-es. I hardly use them. Like I use LINE or Whatsapp most of the time. With Circles.Life, you'll need not be bogged down with "set meals" anymore.

4. No contracts.

No commitments. Forget about being stuck in a clingy relationship. The good thing about Circles.Life is you can say bye anytime.

5. They'll deliver it to you.

After applying online, they'll courier the sim card to you. Which is awesome. Just take note not to miss the courier as you'll be billed for a re-delivery fee.

This is just my experience with Circles.Life so far. I'm not paid in anyway to write and I'm honestly just reviewing this for a good friend. If you sign up, use this referral code "1RQIL" and get $20 off your Circles.Life registration fee. Enjoy!

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This is a Thursday's Travels - Anything about previous, current and future (upcoming) travel exploits entry under my Singapore Travel Blog themed blog posts! For more info about the themed blog posts, do read the entry here.

As mentioned in my previous blog entry about my second honeymoon in Maldives, I promised to share the difference between All Inclusive, Full Board and Half Board packages in Maldives.

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When we were researching about where to stay in Maldives, we were shocked at the many different types of packages available.

Thankfully, as we were no strangers to the Club Med concept (having visited Club Med Bintan and Club Med Phuket), we were able to wrap our heads around the various packages available.

Here's #nadskai's interpretation of the very many Maldives packages available!

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[Invited Event]

The kind folks from Watsons invited Fidelis and I to Watsons Day Out last month to check out the latest beauty and healthcare products preview!

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Some of the brands that we managed to talk to were:

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This is a Womanly Wednesdays - Beauty and hiaoness entry under my themed blogposts! For more info about this Singapore Lifestyle Blog themed posts, do read the entry here.

[Sponsored Review]

Soooooo... As some of you guys may have realised, I cut my hair short. Again. HAHAHAHA. I had wanted to grow it to shoulder length hair but couldn't resist cutting it short again. Weather has been rather humid and I decided to well, just do it. I paid a visit to Shunji Matsuo 313 and visited my trusty hairstylist Caely Tham!

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Originally, this was my hair length. I had wanted to go for the concave bob that Caely had cut for me previously but she persuaded me to go even shorter.

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This is a Womanly Wednesdays - Beauty and hiaoness entry under my themed blogposts! For more info about this Singapore Lifestyle Blog themed posts, do read the entry here.

[Product Review]

The kind folks from Etude House sent over the products from Etude House Zero Sebum Line and Etude House Moistful White Mela Perfect Serum for my review considerations.

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After trying the products for more than a month, here's my take!

 

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