Cherish each teardrop

Carrie says "This phrase (不要浪費每滴眼淚, trans: Cherish every single tear drop) is a line from a song that I wrote with Diya - 眼鏡矇矇的. The song is about getting lost in the struggles of life and losing sight of where we are headed to. There are always tears and sweat in life, life can't be a bed of roses. Well, even on a bed of roses, there are thorns. I have also come to realise that I secretly enjoy the “emo” moments. They just make life fuller. So this phrase is a reminder that we should cherish and learn from every tear and every drop of sweat, and not waste the lesson or experience. I guess in a way it's also a reminder that we can turn every negative emotion into positive energy towards something good."

Carrie Yeo is one-half of singer-songwriter duo, 插班生 (The Freshman). At this point of her life, she believes that singing and songwriting are two life skills that she can use to connect with people. The Freshman has released the album “人生實驗課” and EP “眼鏡矇矇的”. They are currently working on their 3rd studio album. 

Good Sweat #11 不要浪費每滴眼淚 
38cm x 38cm
100% linen with embroidery
1st edition of 100
Comes with a limited Good Sweat 2016 calendar-poster

Order Information:
Each hankie is available for S$42 each, or S$38 if you pre-order by the 4 December launch (S$228 for a set of 6). 

To pre-order, simply write to us at before 4 December. We'll advise on the invoice/payment via paypal and on the collection/delivery.
We'll be giving part of the proceeds to a charity.  

Good Sweat #8-12 is a series of 6 handkerchiefs, 6 designs, 6 inspirations, by 6 individuals with Neighbourgoods. Look out for the remaining 5 designs, coming soon in November/December 2015.

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.