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How to win a Philips Blender and Making a stand for Healthy Living at the same time!


All my friends know me as someone who will take a stand for healthy living in an effort to stay young and beautiful. A few months ago, I came across the Philips ‘+’ project and I was very impressed by what they have done in Thailand and Indonesia by making a difference by promoting healthy living in these countries.

The ‘+’ Project

Through The ‘+’ Project, Philips is underscoring their commitment to helping the local community by working with them and other stakeholders, combining their expertise, innovation technology, and funding to face and address health and well-being of challenges in Singapore.

The ‘+’ Project is currently polling the results for the best idea to help Singaporeans live better, healthier and more meaningful lives. We can all make this change happen by voting at http://bit.ly/sgpplus, simply by following the instructions (remember to insert “bubbamama” next to your name at the end of the survey):

Step 1: Click here to vote

Take the survey at http://bit.ly/sgpplus

Step 2: Vote for your favourite idea

Vote for your favourite idea

Step 3: Don’t forget to include my blog URL “bubbamama.com”- shown in the pic below- next to your name when you fill out your particulars after you vote- at the last page.

Insert Bubbamama.com next to your name

Step 4: Post your comment on your vote in this blog.

You stand to win a Philips blender by telling me why you pick the idea

You stand to win a Philips blender worth $169, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Imagine all the yummy smoothies and healthy snacks you can make with this blender and the $10, 000 cash prizes to be won!!! Quick vote now!!!

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Comments 21

  1. bubbamama.com says:

    I chose Healthier Schools Brighter Kids because it seems to be the idea with greatest impact on Singapore and our future. I believe that children are Singapore’s future and a good healthy learning environment will prepare them much better for the future. Environment can make or break a person, so healthy environment is very important. Plus prevention is better than cure, so what better place than to start with education for kids. =)

  2. Chia zhi jie steve says:

    I choose healthier schools and brighter kids because they are the leaders of future singapore.

  3. Eric Foo says:

    I think healthy living encompass healthy attitude towards body and mind. Cultivating our young especially between 1 to 6, to positive thinking is important so they will grow to be responsible and resilient adults. A shining example for their children when their time to be parents.

    • says:

      Hi Eric! Thanks for your feedback!

    • Howdy! I could have sworn I’ve been to this site before but after looking at a few of the articles I realized it’s new to me.
      Nonetheless, I’m definitely happy I stumbled upon it and I’ll be book-marking it and checking back often!

      • says:

        Thanks for your kind words! We hope you like reading Bubbamama.com.

  4. Janice Huang says:

    Kids who know the value of health will learn how to make the other four ideas come true : ) All-win scenario! : )

  5. alethea says:

    Hi babe, I chose Heart Matters 🙂 because in more ways than one, I think our goal should be to have healthy happy hearts 🙂

  6. Julian Lim says:

    I chose healthier kids because it’s important to start ’em young. Or forever be stuck in TAF club. :p

  7. Pei Qian says:

    Healthier Schools, Brighter Kids is my choice – habits and character start young, by giving the young generation a healthy environment to thrive and learn, they will grow up stronger, more ready to take on the world!

  8. Adrian Tan says:

    I voted for ‘Healthier Schools, Brighter Kids’, as it is important to inculcate the importance of a good life balance from young. Schools, parents and the government are placing too much importance on the paper and money chase, which has – not coincidentally – also resulted Singapore being ranked the most emotionless society IN THE WORLD.

  9. faye says:

    hello.!! i chose heart matters. i believe all are just as important but i have not much knowledge in heart matters like cpr and all.. so it would be nice to learn. =)

  10. emily says:

    I voted for ‘Healthier Schools, Brighter Kids’ – education is very important. children are Singapore future. Healthy environment can make a better person.

  11. jpmugen says:

    voted healthier schools brighter kids too, hope the benefits of this project will have a lasting impact on the next gen

  12. alankoh06 says:

    National Picnic Day

  13. Polly says:

    I vote for healthier schools , brighter kids

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