Don't forget what you're fighting for

Rebecca says: "One of my favourite lines in a song goes like this, 'don't forget back in the day, your shining dream.' For those of us who are chasing our dreams, sometimes we may lose sight of what it is we had set out to fight for in the first place. I chose this phrase 莫忘初衷 as a reminder to never forget that magical feeling you have when you first embarked on your dream! Never forget as well how it feels to be young and passionate and alive!"

Rebecca Toh is a photographer, writer and founder of Casual Poet Culture, a small, multi-tasking, independent-minded, collaborative, laidback and happy creative studio based in Singapore. She also produces the magazine Casual Days. 

Good Sweat #3 / 莫忘初衷
38cm x 38cm
100% Egyptian cotton, pinpoint weave and embroidery
Limited edition of 100
Made in Singapore

About Good Sweat #2-6
Good Sweat #2-6 is a series of 5 handkerchiefs, 5 designs, 5 inspirations, by 5 creatives with Neighbourgoods. Check out Good Sweat #2, and look out for the remaining 3 designs, coming soon in November/December 2012. 

Each hanky is available for S$30 each, or S$28 (S$140 for a set of 5) if you pre-order and collect on 29 November at the launch. Each hanky is wrapped in printed kraft paper and placed in a Neighbourgoods envelope, all ready for you to give to a loved one.

To pre-order, write to us at  Profits will go to a charity. 

Good Sweat is an old-fashioned reminder that what matters is not the scale of the work or its reward, but to take care and to take pride in whatever we do. Good Sweat also celebrates the spirit of those who persist, however humble or challenging their job may be, in perfecting their craft.