QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bags

Sponsored Review


I’m sure all mothers can easily name at least one must-have item in their bags when they head outdoors with their little ones. If you ask me, I never leave home without some QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bags. They are the most convenient, hygienic and fuss-free way of disposing soiled diapers, wipes and tissues at home or on-the-go. There were times where we found ourselves in a sticky situation (pardon the pun) when Little misschewy decides to poop in the car! We had to pull over to give her a diaper change there and then as she was whining and squirming in her car seat. Needless to say, on unlucky days when a rubbish bin is nowhere in sight, the rest of the ride becomes an unpleasant one with all windows wind down in a desperate bid to eliminate the overpowering stench.


We face a different problem at home. As Little misschewy is still not ready to be toilet-trained, we find ourselves going through several diaper changes in a day. Any parent will agree that dirty diapers smell from bad to worse over time and to prevent our sense of smell from becoming impaired, we force ourselves to dump the soiled diapers down the rubbish chute located outside our house, which is pretty much a hassle. Imagine having to walk out 5 to 6 times a day! For these above two situations mentioned, the QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bags are truly a lifesaver as we no longer have to make frequent trips to the rubbish chute outside our home and diaper changes in the car are not as unpleasant anymore.


I was completely sold upon learning that QuickGrab nappy bags offer long lasting odour protection. Enough research and development had been carried out to ensure that the fragrance embedded into the nappy bags stays and diffuses into its surroundings, leaving a clean and fresh scent. I would say that this is QuickGrab nappy bags’ major selling point as many parents are highly bothered by the smell of soiled diapers.


As you can see from the photos above, a QuickGrab Grab Pack containing 125 bags is of an optimal size which will not take up much space in your bag. It is very convenient to bring along with you everywhere you go. You can also choose to bring only a handful of bags instead of the entire Grab Pack. The nappy bags are specially packed such that they get dispensed one bag at a time. All you have to do is simply tear along the perforated line and pull out a nappy bag.


No more having to hunt for used plastic bags that are saved from our grocery trips! I also like that these QuickGrab nappy bags are of the right size and the dark tint subtly disguises the contents within.


The easy-tie handles of the QuickGrab nappy bags also help to keep germs and bacteria locked in.





Check out www.quickgrab.com.sg for more information! These QuickGrab nappy bags are currently retailing at Vaby and Kulily at just $4.50 for a pack of 125 bags.


We will be giving away a complimentary pack of QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bags to three lucky winners! These bags will be delivered right to your doorstep!
Contest ends this Sunday. Good luck! :)

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Trick Eye Museum Singapore Plus Giveaway!

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Art of Love

Wassup everyone! I had a super duper fun filled long weekend at Trick Eye Museum Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa! The name “Trick Eye” comes from the shortened form of the term Trick of the eye and refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images. It is through the use of optical illusions that three-dimensional paintings on the surfaces of the museum walls, floors and ceilings come alive. The museum offers various themed galleries where visitors are more than welcome to be part of the creative experience and are encouraged to explore with their eyes, hands and cameras too.


There are many artworks at the museum which are perfect interaction between parent and children, which makes Trick Eye Museum the latest family-friendly attraction in Singapore. Apart from family outings, it is also a great place for double dates too! So glad that we asked PR and J along, and we had double the fun! :) Hope you enjoy the photos that we took and please take part in our giveaway contest!


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Together with Dumex and Dryers, Trick Eye Museum Singapore is running a “Happiest Baby Contest” now till 9th November 2014! Take the most creative and happiest photo of your baby (6 months – 4 years old) at any artwork in the museum. Submit your photo entry to trickeyemuseumsg@gmail.com before 9th November 2014, 23:59. All photo entries will be available for public voting and top 5 entries with the most number of ‘Likes’ and ‘Shares’ win one of the 5 sets of fabulous prizes!


One lucky reader will walk away with THREE tickets to Trick Eye Museum Singapore!

1) ‘Like’ Trick Eye Museum Singapore’s Facebook Page www.facebook.com/TrickEyeSingapore

2) ‘Like’ Missuschewy’s Facebook Page www.facebook.com/missuschewy

3) Share this blog post on your Facebook wall and answer “Which is the latest family friendly attraction in Singapore?” in the comments box. Set your post to Public and paste the link HERE

Contest closes on 13 October, Monday. A winner will be randomly picked. Good luck!

Trick Eye Museum Singapore
Waterfront @ Resorts World Sentosa
26 Sentosa Gateway
Singapore 098138
Tel : +65 6795-2370 / 2371

Opening Hours:
10am – 9pm

Yoomi Feeding System Warms Baby’s Milk in 60 Seconds Plus Giveaway!

Sponsored Review


It is Little misschewy’s feeding time. She is hungry and red-faced from all the crying (actually, in the above photo, she was just acting cute 😛 ). It takes like forever to warm chilled expressed breast milk packed from home. I have been through this situation many times and it is highly stressful for first time parents especially during the initial stage as newborns are not easily distracted when they are hungry. They want their milk and they want it NOW. In the past, I resorted to feeding formula milk as the time taken to prepare is much shorter compared to warming breast milk. Is this the best solution? Obviously not. Yes, breastfeeding mummies can always nurse in public but some babies do not latch on, and not all babies enjoy being nursed under a nursing cover. This is especially true when they get older, as they tend to reach out and grab everything within reach, which includes tugging at nursing covers and threatening to expose their mummies!


When Agnes from AT Marketing Consultancy invited me to review the award-winning Yoomi feeding system by Yoomi Singapore, I readily agreed without much consideration because the idea of an innovative self-warming bottle providing perfect breast milk temperature feed in just 60 seconds and then staying warm for an hour sounds like something which will change my life in a positive way.

A bit about Yoomi:

– No-fuss latch on: natural breast-shaped and super-soft silicone teat which allows for a breast-from-breast experience
– Transition sorted: consistent breast milk temperature feed provided by Yoomi, babies have a familiarity they need to support weaning from breast to bottle
– Reduced likelihood of colic with its 6 anti-colic vents (most bottles have 1-4)
– Easy pouring and mixing: Yoomi’s unique, wide-necked bottle makes pouring and mixing simple – as well as clean and tidy
– Convenient: being suitable for both expressed breast-milk and formula, and ideal for combination or bottle feeding. Yoomi supports all babies’ feeding needs
– Comfy grip: the ergonomically designed bottle makes Yoomi easy to grip and more comfortable to hold during longer feeds
– Safe: the Yoomi range is 100% BPA free and meets the highest safety standards feeding
– Beautifully simple: using patented technology, the Yoomi pod enables warmers to be recharged in the microwave in just 2 mins using a ‘heat-shake, heat-shake’ method


Yoomi feeding system is actually very simple. Firstly, the warmer needs to be charged. There are a few ways to do so but my favorite method is to let it boil for 30 minutes. Once the warmer is fully charged, there will be a clear rattling sound when you shake it. Allow the warmer to cool for at least 75 minutes at room temperature or 20 minutes in cold water before using.


Another method of charging is to place the warmer in the charging pod before heating it in the microwave using the “heat shake heat shake” method. I personally find this method less straightforward, so I prefer to use the boiling method.


Place the warmer in the Yoomi bottle and fill it with baby’s feed before heading out. Hungry baby eyeing her milk!


The Yoomi warmer, which contains the same gel used in hand warmers, is activated by simply pressing the orange button. By using a clever ‘phase change’ material (meaning it changes from a liquid to a solid), Yoomi generates heat.


When the bottle is tipped, the cold feed is gently warmed as it flows around the specially designed channels on the outside of the warmer. By the time the feed reaches the teat, it is at natural breast milk temperature (32-34˚C). All these take place in just 60 seconds. The warmer has been cleverly designed so that it cannot overheat the feed and stays warm for up to an hour.


Happy baby = Happy mummy! Chanelle didn’t have to wait too long for her milk this time and she’s taking really well to the Yoomi bottle which is not surprising because of its natural breast-shaped and super soft silicone teat.


I like how convenient it is now to bring out chilled breast milk for Little misschewy’s feeds but the warmer can only be used for one feed by staying warm for up to an hour. It is recommendeded that mummies buy a few warmers and charge all of them together so that the warmers can last you long hours while you are on the move.


Grab your Yoomi feeding system at the Baby Market fair from 2nd to 5th October at Singapore Expo! Instead of the Usual Price of S$59.90, there will be a Launch Promotion S$49.90 + FREE 5oz bottle (worth S$18.90). Get an additional 5% discount by quoting MISSUSCHEWY or by presenting this blog post!

We are also running a GIVEAWAY! Win a Yoomi feeding set worth $59.90! Click the following link HERE or hop over to missuschewy’s facebook page www.facebook.com/missuschewy Giveaway tab to join!
A winner will be selected by Yoomi. Good luck!

GIVEAWAY: Gusto Italiano’s Culinary Masterclas​s by Chef Mario Caramella


Italian gastronomy has been gaining popularity in Singapore as diners move from the traditional pastas and pizzas to other different Italian cuisines in the diverse regions of Italy. Recognising the widespread influence of Italian cuisine in Singapore, the inaugural Gusto Italiano will celebrate and showcase the food, culinary talents and produce of Italy in new and exciting ways. The festivities will feature outstanding local culinary stars and bring together renowned Italian restaurants and F&B establishments from across the island.

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If you love to cook and love Italian cuisine, why not sign up for one of the Flavours of Italy Culinary Workshops conducted by leading Italian chefs?

There will be a Gusto Italiano Culinary Masterclass by Chef Mario Caramella of in ITALY Bar Ristorante (previously from Forlino)
Date: 21 Sep 2013 (Sat)
Time: 12 pm
Venue: TOTT Cooking Studio, 896 Dunearn Rd, Singapore 589472.

Chef Mario’s Workshop Menu:
1) Chitarra Antica Cocco Spaghetti with Shiro Lobster, Botarga, Broccolini, Garlic & Chili.
2) Orecchiette “Carburrata” – A Carbonara sauce with Burrata

*GIVEAWAY* Two lucky readers will get to each win a pair of passes worth $50++ and watch talented Chef Mario Caramella in action! Both misterchewy and I will be there as well!
If you are keen on picking up a tip or two, simply enter the contest here!
Entries close at 12pm on 12 September (Thursday). Good luck! :)

Win a free one night hotel stay on Sentosa Island!

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Do you want to win a hotel stay on Sentosa Island? If your answer is yes, please help me to ‘like’ this photo on my Instagram @missuschewy because if I win, a selected liker will get a chance to stay in one of the hotels in Sentosa for free! The theme of this photo contest is “Eat Snake” since it’s the Year of the Snake, so I’m demonstrating how I “eat snake” at work. LOL! Please support me before 28 Feb ok? Kam xia! Click this link http://www.youtube.com/SentosaTV to watch more great videos uploaded by the SentosaTV team. There is also an “Eat Snake” video! 😀

GIVEAWAY: 5 readers to each win four tins of iGen Mints!


Hello people! I’m giveaway away iGen mints to 5 readers! Each winner will receive 4 tins of Sour Strawberry and Double Mint sweets. Find out how you can win at www.facebook.com/missuschewy :)

A Candylicious Day at Resorts World Sentosa for The Chewys!

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Yoohoo! Tuesday is Chewsday! Hahaha 😛 Just wanna share what misterchewy and I did over the weekend! We spent Saturday night visiting The Star Vista and had a nice dinner at Brotzeit before going home. Everywhere was jam-packed with people forming queues outside every single restaurant and eatery! On Sunday, we made it a point to wake up early so that we could make a fruitful trip to Resorts World Sentosa and to check out Candylicious Day! 😀 Nope, we didn’t go to USS although we had been there sometime around this time of the year, two years ago. Can’t remember when was the last time we went to Sentosa! I was kinda appalled when we stood in front of the ticketing machine, only to find out that the admission fee now costs $3.50 instead of $3. Is this 50cents increase justifable in the first place? Oh shucks now I sound like an auntie :S Hahaha I’m just kidding okay 😛

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Candylicious, USS, Garett Popcorn, etc are all located at Waterfront Station, which is just one stop away from VivoCity.

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CANDYLICIOUS! *screams* Seeing all these cute, colorful and cheery decorations is enough to brighten up my mood by tenfolds immediately! Anyway, this is the very FIRST Candylicious Day in Singapore! This is in celebration of Candylicious’ 1 year in Malaysia, 2 years in Singapore and 3 years in Dubai. 😀

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Here’s misterchewy taking a bite of the gigantic Candylicious chocolate bar!

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My brother and I used to sing to the M&M’s commercial on TV, “M&M’s chocolate melts in your mouth, not in your hand”. One of my all-time favorite chocolates, especially those with peanuts in them!

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The husband loveeeeeees Reese’s milk chocolate peanut butter cups!

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Another side of misterchewy that you don’t get to see very often.. LOL!

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Spot the Candylicious mascots! They went round distributing chocolates and candies, much to the delight of kids and adults alike.

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You know ah.. Some people really cannot understand simple English or read instructions one la dey~ There was a sign which read, “Please take ONE only” and there was this uncle who grabbed a handful of Hersey’s.. >_<

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There was a 21% discount when tattoos were presented to the Candylicious staff upon purchase! How sweeeeet is that?

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YO! Look what I found! M&M’s female tennis player! 😀

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Okay this reads “Hug Me For Candy”. :)

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Any magnet collectors? I’m one! 😀

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Bibs for your babies? 😛

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Even though we heard that the Malaysian Food Street at RWS is overrated, we headed there for lunch nevertheless! Must show some support mah 😛

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We love the interior of the Malaysian Food Street! It felt as though we were transported to the old town of Malaysia in an instant.

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The queues looked fairly manageable. I think the hype had more or less died down so I didn’t have to feel guilty about sending misterchewy to queue for our food 😛

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We shared Char Kway Teow ($5) and Chicken Rice Balls ($4.50). Food was average but the prices were pretty ok. I had expected around $7 to $10 by RWS standards.

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We left RWS shortly after lunch and to further utilize our admission ticket, we hopped on the monorail and entertained ourselves by watching ‘flyer’s have a go at iFly Singapore. Looks really fun! Might consider coming back to try this out, together with the Segway and Skyline Luge 😀

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Oh yes, we also received our Candylicious Blogger’s Goodie Bag! 😀

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Here’s taking a look at our stash of candies, chocolates and other Candylicious memorabilia!

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Oktober Munich_Giveaway

Hope you guys enjoyed our Candylicious post today! A piece of sweet news to wrap things up: We will be picking 5 readers to dine for FREE at Oktober Munich Restaurant and Bar, located at Demspey Road. Each winner can bring one friend or partner along, and enjoy 1 brunch item and 1 coffee/tea/juice! *Like* us at www.facebook.com/missuschewy to find out more! 😉