Monthly Archives: August 2015

Fun Gifts for the Newly Married Couple

People are getting married left and right. Next to your wardrobe, the next thing you worry about is what gift to give. Every guest will surely get the couple a set of sheets for the bedroom, appliances for the kitchen and some décor for the living room. More often than not, they get at least two of each item. Although there are wedding registries available in specialty stores, giving them something you thought of is always better.

Here are four examples of fun gifts for the newly weds.


Who doesn’t want a trampoline? The newly weds would surely love it. Continue reading

How to Have a Fit Body Before the Summer

As we bid winter adieu, the rush going to the gym is becoming crazier. No one wants to hang out in Bondi with a not-so-nice tummy bulge. Now is the perfect time to shed off the winter fat you have acquired.

Here are some fun ways how you can lose what needs to be lost before the hot, hot summer comes.


Doing a good 10-minute session on your trampoline is equivalent to a 30-minute gruelling run. If you don’t have a lot of time to spare, this is the way to go! Continue reading

Five Things You Need to Know About Trampolines

Every kid loves trampolines. The thrill of each jump is everything a kid wants in a game. Though a lot of parents are against them, trampolines are actually great tools to teach children how to be more balanced and have better coordination.

We give you five reasons why you and your children need a trampoline.

It’s the best exercise.

NASA said so! According to their research, a 10-minute session is even better than a 30-minute run. Definitely a great way to keep the kids active and healthy even inside your yard.

It’s a great stress reliever.

If you’re finding a way to wind down after a hard day at school or work, jumping on a trampoline is your best bet. The repetitive bouncing is also a great workout for your sensory skills.

It can help remedy bad behaviour.

Jumping up and down a trampoline can help get rid of the extra energy kids have. Some can be destructive when they’re hyperactive. It can also help them send more oxygen to their brain which helps them more active and alert! Continue reading