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Toni&Guy Essensuals: The coolest place for a cut and colour!

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Finding a good hairdresser is always a challenge, especially in Hong Kong. That’s why I was more than happy to try out a new treatment at Toni&Guy Essensuals, possibly one of the trendiest hair salons in town. World renowned for cutting-edge … [Read more...]

Sassy Mama Awards 2014 Party: Celebrating Hong Kong’s best family-friendly businesses!


We here at SM HQ couldn't be more thrilled with the turnout for our first ever Sassy Mama Awards 2014! The (soon-to-be) annual awards are all about recognising the best businesses, services, gyms, spas, schools, salons and more in Hong Kong (as … [Read more...]

Hello from Sassy Mama’s New Editor!


As I'm sure many of you can attest to, moving to a new city for the first time can be pretty intimidating. My first few weeks in Hong Kong were a nightmarish blur of getting lost around Central / Soho, spending way too much on produce at the store … [Read more...]

Returning to Work after Baby: 10 tips for a successful transition


Returning to work after four months of maternity leave can be a challenging experience for many mamas. After the blissful (and busy) weeks of adjusting to a new baby, a mother can be overwhelmed with a sense of guilt and a fear of being unable to … [Read more...]

Sassy Mama Guide: Eat, Drink and Relax at Discovery Bay


If the hustle and bustle (and lack of personal space) in the city is starting to get to you or you're just looking for a new destination to check out, then set your sights on Discovery Bay, Lantau Island! GETTING THERE Getting to Discovery … [Read more...]

Stay fit as a family at Joint Dynamics multidisciplinary studio


I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions because I’m inherently lazy (there, I’ve said it!), knowing that by the end of January all my good intentions will have petered out. My yoga pants see more action on the sofa than they do in … [Read more...]

Women on a Mission: One Team’s Journey Across the Desert of Wadi Rum (Part Two)


You can read Part One of Women on a Mission’s expedition across the deserts of Wadi Rum here. The most challenging ascent however, was scaling the dizzying heights of Jebel Khazali, the most dramatic and difficult of the Wadi Rum mountains. We … [Read more...]

Women on a Mission: One Team’s Journey Across the Desert of Wadi Rum (Part One)


It’s quite fitting that women should have accomplished the very first recorded successful ascent of the mountains of Wadi Rum in Jordan, in November 1952. According to original documents from the times, two intrepid British female mountaineers … [Read more...]

Sassy Mama Natasha takes us around the world post-partum: traditions and cultural differences!


I was flicking through a parenting magazine this morning when I saw a couple of pages on post-partum traditions from different parts of the world. Some were pretty interesting while others were downright bizarre!  What do you think? China, Hong … [Read more...]

Being an expat doesn’t make you a brat! Sassy Mama Natasha shares her view on third culture kids

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I was browsing the web last night when I came across this article by a Dubai-based mama, detailing (some pretty amusing!) signs that point to a child being an “expat brat”. As I went through the list of clues, many of them resonated with me. … [Read more...]

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