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Are you a fashionista?

Do you love arm candy, earrings and necklaces?

Enjoy snapping photos and sharing them on Instagram?

Become a Stylist

Did you know that you can earn US$500 – 1,000 month for sharing your style?

YES! Earn some money sharing your outfit of the day dressed up with necklaces and bracelets.

Then add some cool hashtags like #STELLADOTSTYLE on the Street and you’re on 🙂


Sell in person and online.
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Be your own boss, choose
your hours, work from
home and on the go.


Enjoy a 25-50% discount
and earn free product.

All you are doing is helping a girl out.

Which set of earrings, necklaces and bracelets should she wear with her prom dress, bridesmaid’s dress, wedding dress?

Dress up your own personal style.

Snap a selfie.

SHARE it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube (?) and and earn 25%-35% commission. It’s that easy.

“What’s a statement necklace?”
“What’s arm candy?”

Yasss…there are still many girls out there who do not know how to dress up, how to mix and match…


And you get paid weekly. Like a celebrity, a fashion model or self-made millionaires like Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian or Kylie Jenner.

Get paid for dressing up.

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Did you know that ginger has been valued for thousands of years for its medicinal and culinary properties, particularly in ancient Chinese, Indian and Greek civilizations?

When I was pregnant with my first child, I went the modern route where I disregarded ALL the Chinese traditions related to post-natal care, despite my elder sister’s best intentions – that’s what happens when you try to be too smart and “be independent” 😛

If I lived close to my beloved grandmother, I would definitely have had a proper Chinese confinement where I
– drank red date tea,
– eat foods lovingly cooked with old ginger, and sesame oil
– possibly not bathe or wash my hair (although I know that my grandmother would figure something out from her stash of leaves, roots and herbs).

My baby would be hugged and held with a lot of love because he would have no end of hands there – this is the beautifully big Chinese family in which I grew up in 🙂

During my second pregnancy, I decided to go all out with a proper Chinese post-natal confinement


Well, I had a strange “windy feet” syndrome after my first pregnancy – my feet felt cold all the time!

When the elders heard about it, they tsk tsk tsk and said that it’s rheumatism, which a young 30-something should NOT be feeling.

While almost every one of my blog readers pooh-poohed my idea of experiencing a proper Chinese confinement and shared their personal testimonies of fighting fit with Western practices, I stood as firm as an oak tree in a windy storm.

I was the one pregnant. I was the one with windy feet. I was the one who will be caring for a baby and a toddler by myself in China. And I am glad that I stood firm with my decision.

One of the most important rituals that I skipped in my first pregnancy is the herbal massage.

Massages with ginger-based products

Ginger-based products are especially warming and comforting at this time of the month. [continue reading…]