A sumptuous feast, an Easter Egg Hunt, and a trip down memory lane. There are plenty of things for families to do in April. Check out these five egg-citing experiences that we have lined up for you!
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?The circuit breaker last year from 7 Apr to 1 Jun 2020 might have shuttered schools and offices. But one upside was families got to spend (much) more time together. How did they pass quarantine time together? These four activities definitely helped!
A Marriage Preparation Course is the best way to start working on building a strong and lasting marriage.
Creating little "acts of love" in your relationship can build greater intimacy long after the honeymoon phase.
Romantic wedding anniversary ideas based on your spouse’s love language
In the heady days of youth, Jamie Tan and her then-boyfriend weren’t expecting their relationship to last beyond a few months. But more than 12 years on, the two are now preparing to say “I do” in the midst of a pandemic.
Saying “I Do” is the easy part but how many couples can say “I Still Do’ after the honeymoon period is over? Delegating, trusting your partner to do their part and showing initiative are some ways in which couples can help to ease each other’s mental load in a marriage.
Covid-19 has changed childhood in many ways, and parents may be worried about how their children’s social skills may be affected. But there is little to worry about. Parents can create opportunities at home for the little ones to practice their social skills.
It’s harder for kids to understand the severity of Covid-19. That’s why they struggle to follow instructions to maintain personal hygiene. Here's an online game that works as a gamified tutorial to help kids keep Covid-19 at bay. Have a go at it together with your kids today!
With World Mental Health Day on 10 October (and exams looming), it’s the perfect time for you to check in on your child’s mental wellness. Recognise common signs that may raise certain red flags and learn what to do about it.
Making time for your family should be a part of your daily life and a constant commitment. Here are 30 ways to help you find the best way to connect with your family.??
The best way to deal with getting lost is to teach your kids what to do and create a safety plan together.
Our contributor, Daniel Wong, shares tips for parents to communicate better with your tweens and teens to help build your parent-child relationship.
Celebrate fathers day with a game everyone in the family can play - Mini-Golf!
With so much parenting advice out there, our FFL Contributor, Daniel Wong, shares his complied list of 25 scientific ways to bring up confident, well-adjusted children.
?Registering and solemnising your marriage in Singapore is simple if you follow these 5 important steps.
Hari Raya Puasa is a time for celebration for muslims. Enjoy precious family time in the midst of these celebrations
What is emotional intimacy and how to build an emotional connection with your spouse?
As a parent, do you sometimes feel frustrated and helpless when your children do not listen to you? FFL Contributor Daniel Wong shares 20 tips to help parents get that listening ear from their children.
Are your children preparing for their examinations? Try these memory-improving hacks to maximise their revisions!
Teach your child to be responsible with this simple, everyday approach.
There’s a lot to learn from our grandparents. Every moment spent with them is precious!
FFL Council Member, Anita Fam shares about the social and demographic trends that are changing the face of the family in Singapore and the need to take action in order to meet and overcome these challenges.
Are you constantly on your phone instead of with your spouse? Find ways to balance gadget time with family time.
See what you as a parent can do to help your child prepare for the exams, not only in the weeks before the exam, but also on the day itself.
Forget expensive dinners and flashy diamonds. Let your love come through with heartfelt actions instead. Whether it’s a homemade romantic dinner, a V-Day couple project or a kids-free day out together, there are plenty of ways to celebrate on a budget.
You and your significant other have a stable, loving relationship. You know each other’s friends and family, and all is rosy. But surely, marriage can wait? You may be more ready than you think if you nod at any of these signs.
Has the pandemic taken your dream wedding away? Despite the restrictions, a small wedding can still be meaningful if you’re willing to let go of certain ideals and focus on having fun on your big day. Just think of all the money you would save!
Pandemic restrictions may be in place, but that shouldn’t dampen the festive atmosphere for the upcoming Lunar New Year. Here’s how you can amp up the celebratory mood for everyone at home.
Looking to reignite the passion and connect with your better half? With the SingapoRediscover Vouchers to sweeten the deal, you can now opt for unique date ideas to spice things up and experience Singapore as a couple!