Friday, August 31, 2012

SEGMEN : Sept's Bloglist by Eesya Lavigne

SYARAT-SYARAT : (copy & paste dari entri penganjur)
1. Follow blog Nurul (button follow ada kat atas)
2. LIKE page Nurul ..
3. Buat entri bertajuk "SEGMEN : Sept's Bloglist by Eesya Lavigne".
Tempek BANNER sekali ..
4. Letak ID blog & ID fB dalam entri ...
5. Hantar LINK SEGMEN dekat kotak komen bawah nie ..
6. Tidak dialu-alukan bagi yg pernah tersenarai dalam bloglist sebelum ini ..
7. Sebarang penipuan , penyertaan anda akan terbatal secara sendirinya
8. Tamat pada *akan diberitahu kemudian*

PERHATIAN !!
Ada "hadiah misteri" bagi peserta yg bertuah ..

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Ends: 30th September 2012

IKEA| 2013 New Catalogue


monolog.dalam in InTrend September 2012!

Dah baca InTrend September 2012?
Have you seen this?:
pg. 138.
"Wadah yang diberi nama monolog.dalam ini milikan seorang gadis. Sarat informasi buat wanita seperti tips kecantikan, tips masakan juga nasihat buat yang sudah berumah tangga. Setiap entri pasti ada gambar menambah seri..,"~ InTrend September 2012
Thanks Kak Nurul sebab bagitahu, and thanks InTrend!

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Halal Chinese Food Ipoh: Restoran New Hollywood

Location :
Happy Fried Dough @ New Hollywood Restaurant
38, Jalan Lee Kwee Foh,
Canning Garden,
31400 Ipoh, Perak.
Telephone : 6012-510 9971.
Opens daily from 7am until 4pm. Closed on Mondays.
[Map]
Recommended:
Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun, freshly made right in front of you eyes; RM3.30.
[Prawn/Chicken]
Kuew Tiau; RM3.80.

Having My Tim Tam Slam!

Pernah makan Tim Tam tak? Well, I'm having it for supper tonight (*________*)" 
First, we need Tim Tam and a bowl/glass/pail of milk/hot chocolate/coffee.
tim tam biscuit
Then bite off both corner of Tim Tam like this"
tim tam biscuit
Then use this Tim Tam as a straw, by putting it in your mouth dipping the bottom side in the milk and suck through it. As soon as you can feel the milk at the back of your tongue, put the whole Tim Tam in your mouth and BAM! The whole biscuit become fluid and melt; living you in a blissfully delight of chocolate heaven.

"Tim Tam is a brand of chocolate biscuit currently manufactured by Arnott's in Australia. A Tim Tam is composed of two layers of chocolate malted biscuit, separated by a light chocolate cream filling, and coated in a thin layer of textured chocolate,"-Wikipedia

"The Tim Tam Slam, Tim Tam Shotgun, Tim Tam Bomb, or Tim Tam Explosion is the practice of drinking a beverage through a Tim Tam. Opposite corners of the Tim Tam are bitten off, one end is submerged in the drink, and the drink sucked through the biscuit. The crisp inside biscuit is softened and the outer chocolate coating begins to melt.  Ideally, the inside of the biscuit should collapse with the outside remaining intact long enough for the liquid to reach the mouth. Refrigerating or similar processes help to preserve the outside coating while allowing the inside of the biscuit to dissolve into a warm, creamy centre. The thicker chocolate coating on the Double Coat Tim Tam offers a more stable structure to prevent a premature collapse. The caramel centre of the Chewy Caramel variety helps to maintain the structural integrity of the biscuit for a slightly longer time, contributing to enhanced enjoyment. When the biscuit structure collapses it is typically pulled into the mouth,"-Wikipedia.

Just what I needed~

Do it Naturally.

I have this vision: Having a simple or basic lifestyle, small decent cottage, using natural and organic products, growing my own food etc. One day..one day..I will free myself from this rat race, live my life to the fullest with love one, and I would probably write a book about it.
OK. Nak rumah macam ni. Sesiapa yang baik hati, boleh tolong sponsor (>_____<)"

Esok Merdeka 55~!

Esok dah start cuti 3 hari, yeah~ but I haven't plan anything yet. Tak ada idea nak blogging tentang apa. Tak ada special event pun nak story, just the same old routine; over and over again. Bangun, kerja, tidur. sigh~ Currently, Lin tengah test beberapa home-made and natural personal care product [lol. fancy gila], I will let y'all know the result in one or two weeks; depends. 
Today's highlight.
Buku yang lin pesan hari tu dah sampai! Too bad hari ni last day Free Delivery offer from MPH.
Oh, I thought I was the only one by Kopi Soh.

I eat a lot today.
(>________<)"

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Roti Puri For The First Time.

Berjalan keluar sekejap tadi, hilangkan bosan duduk rumah 2 hari tidak berkerja kerana demam. Tengok bola ATM vs Kelantan dekat kedai mamak depan rumah [Restoran Samudera] So, Lin try Roti Puri. RM2.50. Sangat sedap. Crispy dekat luar and fluffy kat dalam. Big enough, makan sampai sebu perut. Pernah makan tak?

Dapat MC dua hari boleh buat video tak?

Monday, August 27, 2012

The Cheapskate Guide: 50 Tips for Frugal Living by Leo Babauta


Confession time: I’m a cheapskate. Some would say frugal, which sounds much more positive, but in reality I can be a real cheapskate.
I am fairly frugal (though not always), but sometimes I take it too far: I have T-shirts with holes in them, I never buy new clothes, we’re shopping for a new couch because our current one has holes in it, and I ran my current pair of running shoes until the soles fell off.
However, I have gradually learned to be frugal in many ways that I would recommend to others. I don’t think you should have holes in your couch, and you should definitely replace your running shoes more often than I do, but there are many ways to cut back on spending and live a more frugal lifestyle.
Why live frugally? First, because it allows you to spend less than you earn, and use the difference to pay off debt, save or invest. Or all three. Second, because the less you spend, the less you need to earn. And that means you can choose to work less, or work more but retire early. Or take mini retirements. You have more options with a frugal lifestyle.

I know what I’m going to hear in the comments, because it’s been done repeatedly with my other frugal articles: I have no life. This is boring. I might as well live in a box. You have to enjoy life sometimes.
All of which you might believe, but I believe I do have a life. A great one. One where I spend time with my family, where I have conversations and read and get outside and do things that are fun and exercise and focus on what’s important and spend my free time the way I want. This is a good life. 
So, if you’d like some tips on frugal living, here are just a few, from a cheapskate. I should note that I do most, but not all, of these tips.
  1. Go with one car. Many families have two or more cars. Besides your house, your car is probably your most expensive item. If you can do with one, you should. My wife and I both work, and we have six kids, and yet we have learned to manage with one car.
  2. Go with a smaller house. Just because you can afford a larger house, doesn’t mean you should live in one. Live in as small a house as you can and still be comfortable. I don’t mean you should live in a one-room apartment with a family of four … you know what I mean. You can save thousands a year with a smaller house. Many times, if you get rid of a lot of clutter, you don’t need a large house.
  3. Go with a smaller car. Again, you can save thousands by going with a smaller car. A car instead of an SUV, for example, is a big savings. Be comfortable, but don’t overdo it. You’ll save a lot on gas this way too.
  4. Rent rather than own. This will probably spark a huge debate, as it always does. The thing is, just don’t assume that buying is the better investment. If you calculate the interest you pay on a mortgage, the cost of insurance and maintenance, buying is often much more costly than renting … and if you rent, save money, and then invest the difference, you can actually end up well ahead in the long run. Now, it’s not a given, so do a comparison, factoring in all expenses. 
  5. Look for used first. If you need something — I mean really need it, not just want it — see if someone you know has one that they don’t use or need anymore. Send out an email to family or friends, or just ask around. You might be surprised. I was about to buy a printer, and then found out my mom just bought a laser printer and didn’t need her old inkjet … saving me close to 100 smackeroos. If no one you know owns one, try freecycle.org or craigslist.org. Then look to buy used, at garage sales or thrift shops. You can find a bargain if you look around.
  6. Eat out less. One of the biggest expenses in our daily lives is eating out — the average person spends well over $2,000 a year on eating out. Restaurants are expensive, including fast-food (not to mention the health hazards). It’s much cheaper to cook your own food. Our family creates a weekly menu, then we buy the groceries, and cook dinner (and lunch) each evening. Lately I’ve even been prepping it in the morning, so it’s a snap when we get home.
  7. Eat out frugally
  8. Brown bag it to work. Instead of eating out for lunch, bring your lunch. 
  9. Adopt a minimalist wardrobe. This tip won’t be for everybody, but I try for a minimalist wardrobe. I generally wear jeans or casual pants, a T-shirt or Polo-type shirt, and sandals or shoes. Plain, solid colors are my favorite. Everything goes with everything else, and I don’t have too many clothes. This saves me the stress of picking out an outfit, and I don’t need as many clothes.
  10. Stop online impulse buys. This was a problem for me before I canceled my credit card. I used to buy online a couple of times a week. Now I buy maybe once every couple of months, using PayPal or someone else’s credit card. I’m not saying you have to go to this extreme, but realize that online buying can be way too easy (you don’t even have to go to a store) and therefore, we make too many impulse buys. Buy online if you really need something and it’ll save you money, but beware the impulse buy. 
  11. Don’t shop. Don’t go to the mall or other shopping area or department store to look around and shop. Go to a store if you know what you need, and then get out. Many times people go shopping, with a vague idea of what they want, and get caught up buying much more. Or they go just for fun, as a form of entertainment. That ends up costing a lot. It can really add up. Instead, stay away from shopping areas and find other ways to have fun.
  12. Use a 30-day list. To curb impulse buys, create a 30-day list. When you want to buy something, other than a true necessity (medicine or food, for example), put it on this list, with the date you added it to the list. And make it a rule that you can’t buy anything for at least 30 days after you put it on the list. And stick to it. You’ll find that you buy a lot less with this system.
  13. Cut out cable. I’ve talked about how I cut out cable before. It saves me money every month (in my area, about $60, or more than $700 a year), and also forces me to do things like read and have conversations and go outside. Win win.
  14. Use the library. Instead of buying books, check them out. The library often also has a great selection of DVDs (depending on your area), saving you even more. Now who needs cable?
  15. Find free entertainment. Find cheap ways to have fun. Entertainment often ends up costing a lot of money, if you go to the movies, buy concessions, or go out at night, go to the bar, etc. The average person spends about $1,800 a year on entertainment (not including eating out). Now, I’m not saying you shouldn’t have fun … but there are cheaper ways to do it.
  16. Frugal exercise. Exercise is important, but it doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. 
  17. Stay healthy. Easier said than done, I know, but staying healthy can save you tons of money on doctor’s visits, hospital bills, and medicine over the long run. An ounce of prevention, and all that. Eat healthily, and exercise. Simple and effective.
  18. Commute by bike. Even if you own a car, commuting by bike will save you gas, and get you in shape at the same time. I highly recommend it. 
  19. Carpool or ride the bus. OK, you don’t want to bike it. So find a friend or neighbor who works near you, and arrange a carpool. Or take public transportation. Simple advice, but something a lot of people ignore.
  20. Walk. Often we drive to the corner store, or to a school that’s less than a mile away. Leave a few minutes early, walk, burn some calories, and save gas.
  21. Sell your clutter. This is not so much saving money as making it, but the frugal, simplifying cheapskate, like myself, will want to declutter and make a few bucks doing it. Hold a garage sale or sell it on eBay. It’s amazing what some people will buy. 
  22. Frugal gifting. Gifts can cost a lot of money over the course of a year. Look for ways to do it cheaply. Make a gift, or give a consummable. My family enjoys getting and giving cookies, for example. 
  23. Quit smoking. Not the easiest way to save, I know. It’s hard. But I did it, and so have many, many others. Not only will you save on cigarettes (which are expensive over the long run), but also associated costs (I used to buy a soda or beer to go with my cigarettes) … and of course the huge, long-term medical costs. In less than 2 years of not smoking, I’ve saved well more than $3,000. 
  24. Alcohol in moderation. If you drink one beer or a few beers a day, that adds up to big money each month. Some drink even more than that. It’s expensive. If you can cut your drinking to the occasional party, and once in awhile with friends (not all the time), you’ll save tons.
  25. Sweets in moderation. Desserts and sweet snacks give us lots of calories with no nutrition. And we pay a premium price for that, in dollars and in our deteriorating health. Cut back on sweets (don’t eliminate them entirely of course) to save money and cut calories.
  26. Drink water. Often we drink lots of calories through sodas, coffee, alcohol, juices, tea, etc. And that costs a lot too. Drink water, save money, save calories. 
  27. Batch your errands. Instead of running an errand or two every day, batch them into one errand day, and plan your most efficient route, to save gas and time. Also do as much bill-paying online as possible, to eliminate some errands.
  28. Stay home. Becoming a homebody might not sound like a lot of fun, but it really can be. I love staying home with my family. We can do all kinds of fun things at home. Or I can spend a day alone, if the family is at school, and really enjoy it. It’s quiet and peaceful, I can read or watch a good movie or respond to comments on my blog or write. Staying home can save tons, in eating out expenses, shopping expenses, gas, and incidentals.
  29. Stop using credit cards. Credit cards are not evil. And before you flame me, once again, I realize that they can be used to good purpose. If that’s how you use them, then that’s good, skip this tip. For others, credit cards make buying too easy, and end up making them buy too much.Not only that, but if you don’t pay your bill in full each month, they will cost you a lot in interest. The average American with at least 1 credit card has more than $8,500 in credit card debt. Don’t make that mistake. 
  30. Cancel subscriptions. With the wealth of information and entertainment online, do you really need magazine subscriptions? With all the news online, do you really need a newspaper subscription? If you can get DVDs for free or cheap, do you really need a Netflix subscription? Don’t flame me if you think you do need any of these — I’m just asking you to consider whether they’re really essential — the answer might be yes. Also consider other subscriptions you might be paying for — I’m not saying you should cancel everything, but seriously consider whether they can be canceled without much loss of value. 
  31. Make your own. I won’t go into all the possibilities here, but many times we buy things when really, we could make them ourselves for much cheaper if we get a little creative. Now, this might take a little more time and effort, but it can be fun, especially if you make it a family project. We recently made our own (very simple) bookshelves with only a couple of pieces of lumber, instead of buying them. If you don’t know how to make something, search for it online. You’ll most likely find some instructions.
  32. Do it yourself. Instead of hiring someone to do something, try doing it yourself. Sure, it takes some time and effort, but it’s satisfying, and of course cheaper. It’s also educational, if you don’t know how to do it — again, do an online search, read up on it, and give it a go. Frugality freaks are DIYers.
  33. Stop paying interest. I mentioned the interest of credit cards, and auto loans, and mortgages. I consider them a waste of money. I’ve talked about how to live without credit before, and I recommend it for a frugal lifestyle. Consider any other accounts or loans where you pay interest, and see if you can eventually eliminate as much of these as possible.
  34. Reduce convenience foods. Frozen foods, microwaveable stuff, junk food … anything that’s packaged and prepared for our convenience is not only more expensive than something you cook yourself, but also most likely less healthy. I’m not saying to eliminate these completely, but reduce consumption.
  35. Travel frugally. I actually don’t travel (or haven’t for years), but if you do have to travel, some advance planning can save you money. Airfare is most expensive, usually, so look to buy your ticket in advance, and look for deals. Also consider train travel. Shop around for car rental rates, as they can vary greatly (or use public transportation). Look for cheaper accommodations, or stay with a friend or relative. Just a note: I do plan to travel, but not until I finally eliminate all of my debt.
  36. Cut the cell phone. This will not be a popular suggestion either. If you don’t like it, move on to the next one. It’s not for everybody. But think about this: 20 years ago, most people didn’t have cell phones. And miraculously, they survived. A cell phone is not a necessity. It’s a convenience. When people needed to make a call, 20 years ago, they either waited until they got to a destination (wait to make a phone call?! omg!), or pulled over and used a pay phone or a phone in a business establishment.
  37. Cut your own hair. Again, this one isn’t for everybody. Personally, I use electric clippers to shave my head. It’s easy, it’s cheap, it’s minimalist, it’s care-free. I don’t worry about my hair getting messed up, or having to fix it in the morning. However, I’m not saying you should shave your head. Many people cut their own hair, in many simple but nice hairstyles, long or short. Saves money, and time.
  38. Maintain stuff. This is a no-brainer, but we don’t often think about it: if you take care of what you have, it will last longer. You’ll then spend less on buying new stuff. When you buy something worth maintaining, take a few minutes to read the maintenance manual, and create a maintenance checklist that you can attach to the item. For important things like your car’s oil changes or tune-ups, put them in your calendar.
  39. Save energy. There are little things we can do to lower our power bill. I don’t use a dryer or hot water heater, although those are a little extreme. 
  40. Save gas. With the rising price of gas (and no end in sight), fuel has become a major monthly expense for many people. Small things can add up to big savings. 
  41. Only buy bargain clothing (when you need clothes). OK, so you’re a cheapskate like me who only buys clothes when the old clothes have too many arm or leg holes. But now you need new clothing. I mean really need it. So instead of buying new, look for thrift shops with good clothes. Or buy new, but only buy the stuff that’s 50% off. Look for the bargains, and you’ll save a ton.
  42. Telecommute. Telecommuting doesn’t necessarily give you your dream job, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction. But in addition to allowing you to work in your underwear (and who doesn’t have that dream?), telecommuting saves money on gas, on eating out (if you eat lunch at a restaurant), and on buying expensive work clothes (all you need to buy is underwear, right? And no, don’t buy used underwear).
  43. Plan ahead. Sure, easy to say, hard to implement. But if you make it a habit to think ahead to things that are coming up in your life, you can save a lot of money. For example, if you think about where you’re going to get your meals when you go out to do errands, you can pack a lunch or dinner instead of eating out. If you pack a big container of iced water, you don’t need to buy expensive bottled water. If you know that a birthday is coming up, you can buy a gift on sale instead of spending more at the last minute.
  44. Cook ahead. If you have one free day a week (or even a month), cook food in big batches and freeze in dinner-sized portions. I don’t do this all the time, but I have done it and it saves money (buying big can often save) as well as time. You have to plan it out a bit, coming up with a menu and shopping, cooking enough meals for a week or a month. But once you’re done, your meals each night (and for lunch if you like) are quick and easy. This saves you from eating out or eating convenience food when you’re hungry but too tired to cook.
  45. Wash clothes less. Some people wear clothes and then wash them, but I’ve gotten into the habit of wearing my clothes more than once if they’re not really dirty. I use my nose as a test — I don’t want to wear clothes that smell, but most times the clothes are still perfectly clean. This saves on washing.
  46. Sun-dry clothes. When my parents were young, everyone used a clothesline to dry clothes. Now dryers are ubiquitous, because they’re fast. But if you don’t wash a ton of clothes, it’s not that hard to take a few minutes to hang them up. You’ll save a lot in electricity, plus your clothes last longer.
  47. Eat less meat. I’m not saying you have to become a vegetarian (although you could always give it a try), but once in awhile, eat meatless dishes. Pasta, vegetarian chili, vegetarian Indian or Thai dishes, falafels with hummus and pitas and tomatoes and lettuce … there are plenty of tasty dishes without meat. And as meat is expensive (well, the fresh kind is … Spam is cheap), you’ll save money on meatless dishes. Again, I’m assuming you cook with fresh meat, not canned.
  48. Save on groceries. For my family of eight, groceries is a major expense. With some simple habits, we’ve been able to save a lot of money. 
  49. Frugal Christmas. Christmas is expensive, especially in America (if you live in an area that doesn’t celebrate Christmas with a huge amount of buying, or doesn’t celebrate it at all, skip this tip). People go on crazy shopping gorges. It’s insane. While it makes the retailers and manufacturers happy, it doesn’t make our bank accounts happy. Break out of the cycle and find cheaper ways to celebrate Christmas. 
  50. Eat a cheap breakfast
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Sunday, August 26, 2012

10 Things You Must Give Up to Move Forward

If you want to fly and move on to better things, you have to give up the things that weigh you down – which is not always as obvious and easy as it sounds.
Starting today, give up…
  1. Letting the opinions of others control your life. – People know your name, not your story.  They’ve heard what you’ve done, but not what you’ve been through.  So take their opinions of you with a grain of salt.  In the end, it’s not what others think, it’s what you think about yourself that counts.  Sometimes you have to do exactly what’s best for you and your life, not what’s best for everyone else.
  2. The shame of past failures. – You will fail sometimes, and that’s okay.  The faster you accept this, the faster you can get on with being brilliant.  Your past does not equal your future.  Just because you failed yesterday; or all day today; or a moment ago; or for the last six months; or for the last sixteen years, doesn’t have any impact on the current moment.  All that matters is what you do right now.  
  3. Being indecisive about what you want. – You will never leave where you are until you decide where you would rather be.  It’s all about finding and pursuing your passion.  Neglecting passion blocks creative flow.  When you’re passionate, you’re energized.  Likewise, when you lack passion, your energy is low and unproductive.  Energy is everything when it comes to being successful.  Make a decision to figure out what you want, and then pursue it passionately.
  4. Procrastinating on the goals that matter to you. – There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them.  Follow your intuition.  Don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do.  When there is love and inspiration, you can’t go wrong.  And whatever it is you want to do, do it now.  There are only so many tomorrows.  Trust me, in a year from now, you will wish you had started today.
  5. Choosing to do nothing. – You don’t get to choose how you are going to die, or when.  You can only decide how you are going to live, right now.  Every day is a new chance to choose.  Choose to change your perspective.  Choose to flip the switch in your mind from negative to positive.  Choose to turn on the light and stop fretting about with insecurity and doubt.  Choose to do work that you are proud of.  Choose to see the best in others, and to show your best to others.  Choose to truly LIVE, right now.
  6. Your need to be right. – If you keep on saying you’re right, even if you are right now, eventually you will be wrong.  Aim for success, but never give up your right to be wrong.  Because when you do, you will also lose your ability to learn new things and move forward with your life. 
  7. Running from problems that should be fixed. – We make life harder than it has to be.  The difficulties started when… conversations became texting, feelings became subliminal, sex became a game, the word ‘love’ fell out of context, trust faded as honesty waned, insecurities became a way of living, jealously became a habit, being hurt started to feel natural, and running away from it all became our solution.  Stop running!  Face these issues, fix the problems, communicate, appreciate, forgive and LOVE the people in your life who deserve it.
  8. Making excuses rather than decisions. – Life is a continuous exercise in creative problem solving.  A mistake doesn’t become a failure until you refuse to correct it. Thus, most long-term failures are the outcome of people who make excuses instead of decisions.
  9. Overlooking the positive points in your life. – What you see often depends entirely on what you’re looking for.  Do your best and surrender the rest.  When you stay stuck in regret of the life you think you should have had, you end up missing the beauty of what you do have.  You will have a hard time ever being happy if you aren’t thankful for the good things in your life right now.  
  10. Not appreciating the present moment. – We do not remember days, we remember moments.  Too often we try to accomplish something big without realizing that the greatest part of life is made up of the little things.  Live authentically and cherish each precious moment of your journey.  Because when you finally arrive at your desired destination, I guarantee you, another journey will begin.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Sabtu yang Indah.

Kisahnya, saya telah meminjam kamera Sony ayah. Sebab tu lah boleh ambil gambar banyak-banyak.
(^o^)"
It's been a while since the last time I jalan kaki dari rumah ke Giant yang tak sampai 1km pun. Selama ni, naik Ego je. Tu pun ada orang yang bawakkan. pfft~
Feeling-feeling omputih, super late brunch. Welsh Rarebit.
Saya tak beli magazine-magazine ni. Orang buang, saya kutip. This is not the first time. Y U People love to throw away this thing just like that? Do you know you can get some money if you sell this book to Novel Hut dekat Ipoh Parade?

Shopping On-line.

I'm buying this:
and
from Lullabelle.
Plus (+)
Pembelian kedua dari MPH pada bulan ini.
"Oh, I Thought I Was The Only One by Kopi Soh"
Y I buy this book? Sebab cover page dia menarik dan simple, teruja baca review buku ni on the web and of course; support our Malaysian writers! Tak sabar nak tunggu buku ni sampai next week~
(^______________^)

Bila Storage Picasa Web Albums Penuh.

Ok. This is sad. Image storage dah nak penuh and I didn't know at all about this from the very first time Lin berblogging; noob~ So, what is the best image hosting [IH]? Flickr? ImageShack? Photobucket? Ada beza ke if I'm using any of this IH? Please help me. (>______<)"

How The Dark Knight Rises Should Have Ended

That would be great~

Formula Untuk Hafaz Al-Quran


InsyaAllah~

Friday, August 24, 2012

Random Post. Raya 2012.

     Tak bersemangat nak raya sebab dah sedia tahu masuk Hari Raya kedua, memang Hari Raya spirit tu dah padam. Ini semua sebab cuti raya cuma 4 hari dari hari Sabtu lepas sehinggalah Selasa kelmarin. Sabar jelah~ daripada lansung tak dapat cuti kan. (>__________<)"
     Nak cerita pasal raya, tak best sangat lah kalau tak ada gambar. Sebab semua gambar dekat dalam phone adik Lin yang sedang bercuti-cuti Indonesia tatkala ini and dia tak online la pula. Nak tengok gambar raya, kena tunggu dia balik lah.
#1. Walaupun kena balik Ipoh awal, somehow I miss Ipoh Chee Cheong Fun and of course Sizzling mee dekat Ipoh Parade.
#2. My Baju Raya. Jubah and Baju kurung. Both in Grey. 
 
 
#3. Raya Present from Iffa [Watch] and Ayah [Phone]. Finally! 
#4. yummeh~~~! ♥ nothing beats a home cooked meal!
#5. The Ultimate Kuih Semperit ever! 

Kerja sangat penat and tidak seronok. Awak pakai baju raya apa?

Salam Aidilfitri 2012

Maaf Zahir dan Batin
v(^___________^)v

Ramadhan pergi Syawal menjelma,
Takbir bergema memecah sunyi,
Kuhulur salam untuk semua,
Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

P/S: Cuti tak lama. *nanges*

Jika Dicium, Kulit Kanak-kanak Ini Terasa Terbakar

KOMPAS.com — Malang benar nasib gadis cilik Isra Frank dari Stoke on Trent, sebuah kota di Staffordshire, Inggris. Gadis berusia 6 tahun ini akan merasa kesakitan luar biasa hanya karena ciuman.

Isla memiliki alergi serius sehingga sebuah ciuman saja serasa seperti membunuhnya. Seperti suatu hari, ketika saudara perempuannya mencium Isla setelah minum susu, Isla merasa kulitnya terasa terbakar. Kondisinya sangat parah sehingga ia harus dilarikan ke rumah sakit. Untuk melindungi kulit supersensitif Isla, tubuh gadis mungil ini dibalut perban dari leher sampai ke bagian paling bawah selama 24 jam.

Dalam kehidupan sehari-hari, pengawasan superketat dijalankan kedua orangtua Isla. Mereka harus menyimpan pakaian buah hatinya ini ke dalam lemari pendingin. Kulit Isla akan bereaksi terhadap kutu dan debu pada lemari pakaian. Untuk makanan, ia juga memiliki lemari khusus. Tindakan ini terpaksa dilakukan demi meminimalkan sentuhan dengan hal-hal lain.

Katy, ibu Isla, mengatakan, putrinya ini didiagnosis menderita alergi ekstrem terhadap telur, susu, rumput, gandum, juga debu sejak usianya enam bulan. Mulai saat itu, tubuh Isla harus dibungkus perban untuk melindungi kulitnya.

"Kami tidak bisa memperlakukannya seperti anak-anak lainnya. Bahkan hal normal seperti pergi keluar untuk makan malam bersama keluarga akan membahayakan dia," ujarnya seperti dikutip dari Dailymail, Rabu (15/8/2012).

Bertambah usia, alergi Isla semakin banyak. Saat alerginya kumat, kulitnya akan dipenuhi ruam-ruam besar, lehernya bengkak, dan Isla akan merasa marah sekaligus kesakitan.

"Bulan lalu, alerginya kumat setelah duduk di sebelah temannya yang memiliki kucing," imbuhnya.

Rumah sakit telah melakukan beragam tes dan menemukan bahwa Isla alergi banyak hal. Dokter memberitahunya bahwa mereka harus mengenakan perban untuk melindungi kulit Isla. Ketika kulit putrinya sangat buruk, Isla perlu diberi perban basah untuk pendinginan. Biasanya, ia memakai perban kering selama 24 jam sehari.

Meski menjalani kehidupan sekolah seperti anak lainnya, Isla kerap dikirim pulang karena alerginya kerap kumat. Putrinya ini juga tidak bisa pergi ke pesta atau sekadar bermain di rumah temannya. Berdekatan dengan temannya pun berbahaya. Jika mereka tidak sengaja menyentuh Isla, bisa dipastikan itu berakhir menyakitkan. Isla juga tidak bisa berolahraga, bahkan sekadar duduk di karpet.

"Isla kadang marah karena tidak bebas melakukan aktivitas seperti teman-temannya. Pernah ia bertanya, Ibu bagaimana rasanya es krim itu, pertanyaan ini terasa menyedihkan," katanya.

Katy pun bertekad untuk selalu menjaga putrinya dan melindunginya dari hal-hal yang memicu alerginya.


See? We are not alone.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

#SheLeftYouBecause

Well, this is interesting. Trending. Wanna share with you girls~
She didn't leave you because you made a mistake,#SheLeftYouBecause: you made the same mistake too many times!

#SheLeftYouBecause you made her cry, the worst thing you can do

#SheLeftYouBecause you think hurting her countless times is ok like she'll stick around but soon enough she will realize she deserves better

#SheLeftYouBecause you tried to take away every thing that made her who she is.

#SheLeftYouBecause you stopped being the person you used to be.

#SheLeftYouBecause You started changing, you weren't the same person she once fell in love with.

#SheLeftYouBecause She Came To The Realization That She Deserves Better

#SheLeftYouBecause you stopped doing what you did to get her in the first place .

#SheLeftYouBecause you worked hard to get her but didn't work hard to keep her..

#SheLeftYouBecause you stopped doing the things it took to get her..

#SheLeftYouBecause She finally woke up and realized she deserved better.

#SheLeftYouBecause you treated her like an option, and not a priority.

#SheLeftYouBecause you didn't put anymore effort and you were not the guy she once fall in love with.

#SheLeftYouBecause there were more tears on her cheeks than smiles on her face.

She didn't leave you because she didn't want to fight for it anymore,#SheLeftYouBecause she was tired fighting alone.

#SheLeftYouBecause You treated her wrong, broke her heart, made her an option and you were never there for her.

#SheLeftYouBecause yu never defended her .

#SheLeftYouBecause you breaking promises from left to right.

#SheLeftYouBecause you stopped doing the things you did to get her .

10 Surah dapat Menghalang daripada 10 ujian Besar Allah

10 Surah dapat Menghalang daripada 10 ujian Besar Allah

1- Surah Al-Fatihah dapat memadam kemurkaan Allah SWT.
2- Surah Yasin dapat menghilangkan rasa dahaga atau kehausan pada hari Kiamat.
3- Surah Dukhan dapat membantu kita ketika menghadapi ujian Allah SWT pada hari kiamat.
4- Surah Al-Waqiah dapat melindungi kita daripada ditimpa kesusahan atau fakir.
5- Surah Al-Mulk dapat meringankan azab di dalam kubur.
6- Surah Al-Kauthar dapat merelaikan segala perbalahan.
7- Surah Al-Kafirun dapat menghalang kita daripada menjadi kafir ketika menghadapi kematian.
8- Surah Al-Ikhlas dapat melindungi kita daripada menjadi golongan munafiq.
9- Surah Al-Falq dapat menghapuskan perasaan hasad dengki.
10- Surah An-Nas dapat melindungi kita daripada ditimpa penyakit was-was.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Isnin Bahagia~


Monday Blues~

MPH Free Delivery Nationwide!

Just want to share this info.
Tahukah anda sehingga 31st August ini, MPH memberikan penghantaran percuma ke seluruh negara?
Jimat $$$ untuk kos penghantaran.
...and a lot of discount too!
Beli some books for ibu and Uda.
v(^____________^)v
Hope they like it!
psstt..it would be SUPER DUPER great if MPH permanently provide us free delivery.

got my eye on: iriver Story 2GB e-Reader. ada sesiapa nak belanja tak?

Berkenaan Nak Beli Baju Raya.

Seriously benda yang malas Lin nak buat, shopping baju. Lin tak kisah ada baju raya or tak. I have plenty of them. Still muat. Even berat badan dah naik 12kg since last 3 years. And usually Lin tak payah kusut-kusut fikir nak beli baju raya sebab my mom always tempah baju for us. Tapi this year ibu sangat bermurah hati bagi baju yang baru ditempah dan belum dipakai tu pada orang lain (>________<)" I was like~ ah?
     Kendatipun begitu, as my dad sangat memahami. Dia insist suruh Lin beli baju raya kali ni and of course, with some "budget raya 2012"~ yippe! So, bermula lah pencarian baju raya Lin since 2 minggu lepas. The problem is, I don't know which one to buy and where. I have this idea, wearing this hijabista fashion. You know, long skirt and stuff. Tapi sesuai ke untuk orang yang gempal and pendek macam Lin ni? *nangis sedih~* First, Lin cari dekat First Lady, Ipoh. Twice! Tapi tak ada yang berkenan. Ada satu baju kebaya biru yang sangat cantik, tapi kain dia jenis senang nak berkedut and susah nak gosok. Problem.
     Then Lin tengok dekat Zalora. Wow~ Jovian sangat cantik (>_______<). Harga? Nauzubillah~ jangan tanya.
 
 
 
Dan yang paling cantik, yang ini:
 Tengok perincian dia. [ayat skema] sangat cute.
 ...last time Lin blogwalking dekat blog Afra Yuri, adik dia beli baju ni warna pink! which make me SUPER DUPER jealous.
[source:Zalora and Afra Yuri]
Nak beli sangatlah mahal sampai ratus-ratus. Sangat membazir, as dengan amount tu Lin boleh beli 5 helai baju raya dekat First Lady dengan 5 helai tudung sekali. Tapi Lin suka design dia, Lin dengan gigih cari juga dekat mana-mana. Manalah tau ada design baju yang lebih kurang sama macam Jovian kan, and of course la lebih murah. Tapi hampa.
     OK, fine! Tak payah beli baju raya. Pakai jubah last year lagi senang, sarung je. Lepas raya, beli kain banyak-banyak and tempah. (>_______<)"

Nak jahit manik dekat baju raya lama~

Sunday, August 12, 2012

I'm such a cheapskate. Part 3.

Beli InTrend this month dapat macam-macam goodies.
[1] Shade - Style
[2] Bag
[3] Handhone Pouch 
[4] Pencukur BIC
[5] Serbuk Pencuci Daia
[6] OK. TAK ADA NO. 6 dalam gambar.
[7] Ubat Gigi Morning Kiss
[8] Deodorant Echanteur 
[9] Lux Body Wash
[10] Sampul duit raya je. Isi dalam kosong.
[11] Majalah InTrend

Venue: Mydin Meru

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Batman dan Lotion.

Kami baru je balik ni lepas seharian berjalan. 1st kami pergi AEON a.k.a Jaya Jusco Ipoh, sebab ada Johnson's Body Care Oxygen Fresh Lotion Exchange. Then kami pergi tengok wayang. Cerita Batman!
Batman best. Rasa macam nak tengok lagi. End.
...
Ok. Dull and bored story kan? Rasanya yang interesting hari ni bagi Lin ialah benda ni:
Masa Lin blogwalking dekat blog Makeup Monologue, dia ada review tentang Avon Naturals Room and Linen Spray. Teringin nak beli, tapi produk ni belum sampai dekat Malaysia lagi.
(>__________<)"

I love Batman. Saya nak kamera.
*xpasal-pasal*

[review-ing] L'oreal Re-Nutrition Nourishing Hair Mask

Salam Ramadhan yang ke-21. yeah~!
So, kali ni Lin nak kongsi my first impression on L'oreal Re-Nutrition Nourishing Hair Mask yang Lin pakai kelmarin. 
(^___________^)"
Boleh nampak tak detail nya? Cuba klik gambar untuk besarkan.
[Sorry, terlupa nak ambil gambar banyak-banyak. Handphone rosak *iklan minta hp baru*]
Texture: Yellowish thick cream and berbau wangi~
Kalau rambut pendek, this will last 2,3 application. Jimat.
Result: 
Literally, rambut Lin jadi macam ni:
Rambut jadi lebih lembut silky soft, berbau wangi. Paling penting tak mengerbang, lembab je. Dah masuk hari ketiga pun dia macam tu. So yes, it is recommended! Sangat-sangat sesuai untuk yang berambut kering. Awak-awak yang nak buat extra treatment untuk rambut raya, so go give it a try. Currentl harga dekat Watson, RM9.90 sekotak [ada 4 packet, 15ml each] and RM19.90 untuk packaging yang dalam jar [200ml].
Lepas ni, Lin nak try hair mask yang ni pulak:
L'Oreal Total Repair 5 - Total Repairing Masque.

Nak beli baju raya dekat First Lady. Ada orang nak temankan tak?