What Does “Self-Care” Look Like to the Lower Income in Singapore?

In Media mentions, Resources by Sam

In Rice Media October 30th, 2019:

“For these women who come from the lower-income community, self-care is Whampoa Drive, friendship, walks in the park, spending time with children, sitting at the void deck after their family has fallen asleep in order to listen to music in peace, and 10 minutes spent drinking tea (or sometimes five).”

This features the experiences of lower-income women in Singapore, the options they have for self-care, and the ways they care for each other.

Link to full article here

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