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Weekend Reflections-Are you being served?


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Waiting in line at the cash register  or waiting to be served can be a daunting experience for some of us.  How the service staff treats us can make or break our impression of the particular company.

Are You Being Served is the among one of the latest initiatives of fellow Singaporeans who’s aim is to investigate into the service standards of the various industries in our island country.

I’m sure that you know the level of customer service is less then satisfactory in certain areas of our retail industry. Many a times I would rather give the place a miss if my initial experience shopping in that particular store was an unpleasant one.

I remember once I went to a  dress shop and the sales girls there were so unfriendly. They were very hesitant to serve me even though there were very few customers in the shop and they were not occupied dealing with customer’s request. It left a rather bitter aftertaste in my shopping experience and I wouldn’t hesitate to share my shopping experience at that place with another who has intention to shop there.

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Potty Tots Training Kits- A Review

A few months ago Roy received this Potty training kit by Fed Ex. It was sent by the Potty Tots company which was based in USA.

Jill had kindly send me a sample  for me to test out their product for Roy even though at the moment they do not do international shipping. Roy was very excited to receive such a huge parcel in the mail. He hasn’t received any items addressed to him before and it was his 1st time accepting a delivery from the Fed -Ex delivery man.

Roy is currently 2.5yrs old and undergoing potty training. My goal is to get him fully potty trained by 3 yrs old.  Roy really loves watching the Potty Tot’s DVD. It is really educational and has fun songs about the steps taken in using the potty.  We have the Potty Tots chart pasted on the wall in our bathroom.

As part of his training I try to highlight the steps shown on the chart everytime I bring him to the bathroom.  We also love going through the Potty Tots Storybook as one of our nightly reads during the weekday reading sessions. There are very colourful pictures and simple illustrations in the book which captures my 2.5yr old’s attention.

I do recommend the Potty Tots Training Kit as a tool to assist parents in making potty training a more enjoyable experience for all.