Friday, March 22, 2013
Not sure if you guys ever heard/ encounter yourself the following survival skills/method:
1. In order not to suffer from disappointment, bear no high hopes. Thus anything that does come to good outcome is an extra blessing.
2. Acknowledge and accept our choices and readily accept the outcome. If cannot accept, leave it. Do not be unhappy, or have regrets over it. It's choices we made. Make the right choice to be happy, to be free from it now! Either accept it or do something about it.
3. Tell yourself "I can do it!" When you find no strength to go on. You can untap the inner strength you have within you and focus on your ultimate destination whether is to bring a better life to your children or be a better person yourself.
Above are some of the survival skills practice by someone to survive from heartache, wrenching and unable to go on feelings from time to time..
What are the unconventional survival skills you have heard or personally practice? Do share your thoughts....
Cheers to a good weekend folks! Happy holidays!
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Lately, I have been running low on fuel often especially during late afternoon. Work been pretty hectic since early morning as everyone (excluding me) gearing up towards my maternity leave soon…hohoho…
So it was stepping on the pedal from morning till battery running flat by 4pm..phew..
How do you recharge if you were in my shoes? For me, the fastest way are from food and friends.
Grab some food to eat; or grab a friend to trash things out. Very quickly I get refuel. Instant energy :D
How about you? How do you recharge at work or off-work when you can get your zzz..?
Hope to hear from your sharing!
Thursday, March 21, 2013
If you are around the area..check if there's any brands you are interested in..I am interested in Buds and Jean Perry :D
28-31 March 2013
VITACARE & US POLO Clearance Sale
4 Days ONLY.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Just thought of sharing this as well..to all BLOGGERS out there, if you are one who love to travel and blog, and the plus point paid for it.
It is called the Biggest, Baddest, Bucket List, and one lucky person is going to get the prize of a lifetime – a six-month, all-inclusive, blogging trip around the world to at least 25 international destinations and a cheque for US$50,000 (RM155, 250) upon completion.
Check out at TheStar Online article here.
What do you think is the Best job in the world?
How about a job as a caretaker on Hamilton Island on the Great Barrier
Reef, Australia. All one had to do was have a vacation on the island
and communicate to a global audience via weekly blogs, video updates
and photo diaries and pay is A$150,000 for six months of "work"?
Awesome or too good to be true?
It's a true story happened to Ben Southall, the one who won the best
job in the world back in 2009. Southall won the job after joining a
contest campaign run by Tourism Queensland.
Now the campaign is back. And there are now SIX jobs up for grabs.
Wow..sounds like an interesting experience for those who are gamed for
For the six-month assignment this time around, the pay is A$100,000
(RM319,000), plus accommodation, food and expenses, for doing one of
the following menial jobs: Chief Funster (New South Wales); Outback
Adventurer (Northern Territory); Park Ranger (Queensland); Wildlife
Caretaker (South Australia); Lifestyle Photographer (Victoria); and
Taster Master (Western Australia).
The competition is run by Tourism Australia with the six state and
Open to anyone over 18 who can obtain a working holiday visa for
Australia (so Malaysians are eligible!!!).
Or Go to Tourism Australia's Working Holidays Facebook
orwww.australia.com/bestjobs for forms/further details of the
Cheers! (Now at first, one second i thought the Best job in the
world...is being a mom..lolx!)
And my favourite dish there is this simple tosai. All-time
Favourite! What is your favourite Indian cuisine/food?