Thursday, December 29, 2016

Being trained on Raindrop Technique

Hi folks!

I am currently undergoing training on raindrop massage called the CARE intensive course where we are trained and is part of the course to be a Certified Raindrop Technique Specialist(CRTS).

It is an awesome course. Even though I have undergo one round of raindrop technique (both theory and practical at Young Living training session, this is a more intensive course where we are being supervised and trained by the Certified CARE Instructor and she really make sure we are applying the proper and correct raindrop technique. There are also session where we learnt about the chemical of essential oils and other related understanding on the emotion and essential oils.

This is a 25 hours of intensive course, very intensive and very practical; today I just practice the technique I learnt on my daughter. This is the best way to remember and really master the Technique well.

If you are interested to receive/know more about the benefits of the Raindrop Technique, do drop me a message, I am more than happy to share with you.

Now I have got my raindrop kit all ready do I could now perform the Raindrop on my family and friends so everyone get to experience the benefit of this lovely massage Technique.

Cheers to a healthier and a more robust life in coming year!

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Have you submitted your BR1M application?

Hi folks!

We have now reached the last month of the year.

There are lots of things to update/check and also prepare for the coming year.

One of it is all the tax rebate/exemption items and also for the eligible parties, to submit your BR1M application before 31 Dec 2016. And do you know you can now submit it online?

Do check it out here:

Cheers and may this year end a good and rewarding chapter for everyone!

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Touring city on LRT

Hi folks!

After the new light railway train(LRT) route is ready, I have yet to try with my kids.

So I started exploring the New LRT route and train along with my new gadget(received as doorgift for my company dinner) mi band 2.

According to the recommendation of WHO,  we are supposed to achieve 8000 KM per daily. So out I went exploring the town without car for almost one day. The result- I achieved 7020 steps just within few hours taking LRT and exploring the city like a tourist. Not bad! So for those folks who are taking public transport, they certainly can achieve the healthy target everyday day without even hitting the gym!

Now I must say the last time I took a LRT/MRT was in Singapore when I went for my solo trip to attend my classmate's wedding and also in Bangkok during my family trip. The last time I took a LRT in my home country Malaysia must be years back!

True to behold, I am pretty impressed with the LRT train in Bangkok and Malaysia, friendliness of their website which inform passenger how long it takes from one station(Singapore MRT website) and the other and not to mention the LED light notification(both Bangkok and Singapore training have it) that inform us which station we are heading. And now I see it in the new trains as well! Kudos to the progress! For once I thought I am traveling in Singapore! Which I truly hope someday our LRT will be as convenient as our neighboring country and even Japan when we travel to the outskirts of Malaysia!

Cheers to my home country!

Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan

Hi folks!

Today is my second day of being on leave. First day was spent with early spring cleaning Part 1. Second day was spent Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan.

Found a vegetarian stall that sells yummy vegetarian fish head vermicelli, nasi lemak, desserts. It opens at 7am-1.30pm and located in a coffee shop opposite of Puchong Batu 14 government clinic.

What a nice day spending on unhurried and warm meal like this! I can live like this everyday lolx...

Till my next blog post on my other adventure for day 2 of my break!

Cheers to a warm hearty meal and a lovely days ahead folks!

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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Wanna win ticket to Little Kingdom?

Hi folks!

So fast Christmas is approaching. To all my friends who are celebrating far and near, an early Merry Christmas greetings to you and family!

Time flies, there are still some more places which is under the kids' wishlist this school break. And now that i finally able to start my leave(previously was busy with few products releases and unable to take off)....and now thinking which one to fulfill for them *ahem* like a Santa..hohoho...Merry Christmas! I love fulfilling the kids' dream as it makes them (and me) times it can be a small request like going to the playground for a bicycle ride, etc.

What about you? Any lovely places you have gone with your kids this school holiday? If you have not, do check out this new place i blog about the other day - Little Kingdom

And, recently while checking out IKEA website i found that they have this contest called Come Feed Sara’s Growing Tummy where you might just win free tickets to Little Kingdom and doing some good deeds for our Mother Earth too!

From IKEA smales page:

How to win?

This December, stand a chance to win free tickets to Little Kingdom, the First Personalized Learning Edutainment Park for every 5kg of newspapers that you recycle at the IKEA Bug House, Ground Floor.

There are 100 admission tickets to be given out. Winners will be announced on småles website ( and notified via mail after contest period ends.

Wow..that's nice!

I think my kids would love for another round!

Cheers to a happy and memorable weekend folks!

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Company Dinner at Marini's on 57

Hi folks!

This is quite a backdated post. We had a great time at the co. dinner dining on level 57@Marini, a fancy, fine-dining restaurant where we all required to dress to kill and the theme is masquerade. Here I am with my the-other-Vege-partner-angel and our first dish is avocado salad(can't really see the tiny avocado btw) and we all got a fitband(mi brand) as doorgift..lovely wait till I review this new gadget 😊

Cheers to the start of my finally---long-awaited break!

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Reference Guide on natural wellness

Hi folks!

When i first starting discovering the natural effectiveness with essential oils, i started investing in few books to help myself to learn more on how to make full use as well as incorporate this natural regime in my family.

Below are some of the books which I invested and learnt a lot from them too.

  • Essential Oils pocket reference

This is the first book i bought which in turned helps me (and few of my friends) a great deal, eczema, nose bleeding, fever, muscle pain, bruises, etc. It has helped me during emergencies and my trusty first aid guide.

  • Essential Oils Integrative Medical Guide

This book has protocols which are tested and meant for more serious ailments.

  • Taming the Dragon Within

This is a great book for woman. I come to learn more about how hormone balance is so important to a women's day-to-day sanity and physical wellness.

I strongly recommend anyone of you who are interested to know more about essential oils to get hold of one of these books. 


Note: You can drop me a message too if you like to know more about the books and where to get them!

Saturday, December 17, 2016

My Big Bad Wolf goodies

Hi folks!

Are you book lovers too? Then you would have heard of the Big Bad Wolf  Sales which is now on (24hours non-stop) till 19 Dec 2016. Yes...coming to an end this Mon!!!

So hurry there if you like to hunt for some nice pressies for X'Mas.

I spent about 2.5 hours there but only managed to cover kids section. So you can imagine how much selection of books they have. This year they even have more Chinese books section and the price is pretty good deal too. Many of those books I haven't seen it selling at other bookshops.

Worth visiting...Really! I went there with my younger sis@5-7.30am while the kids are still zzz...with their daddies. If we want to cover the adults section or even bring the kids along I think it would took us more than 5 hours! No joke! One my sister's friends spent 9 hours there the cashier told us if you spent your meal there, you can keep your receipt and get RM5 off u can go before mealtime..walk one round, go for a meal before continuing shopping lolx..oh bring along your Hong Leong bank credit card or bring along someone that has get another 5% off when you swipe above MYR100 with Hong Leong bank card! More discounts and yey:)

Here are my loots ..I bought a lot of activities books for the 3kids as these books usually cost a lot more when we buy at normal bookstore. Quite a good deal I would damage = less than MYR150 for 12books..means each book is only MYR10++

Happy mom..wait till the kids wake up to see all their X'mas presents 🎁 

Cheers to a good and lovely weekend folks!

Thursday, December 15, 2016

School holiday getaway idea- Little Kingdom

Hi Folks!

Time flies, the kids school holiday will be over in no time! Have you managed to bring your kids somewhere to have some fun and learn some new things at the same time? Or are you still scratching your head trying to google for places to go to have some relaxing and bonding time with them?

How about visiting this new personalized edutainment park called Little Kingdom which is strategically located at the centre of Kuala Lumpur! This means for parents who are staying in Klang Valley and nearby, it'll be a short travel and short getaway where your kids and you can enjoy a day trip to chill out and learn at the same time. Of course, for those who are planning your travel to Kuala Lumpur, this will also be a good chance to check out this awesome place- Little Kingdom, which has just opened this year.

I have the chance to check out the place during one of the weekend with my family of five and I have planned to spend around 4 hours (about half day) there. To my surprise, we end up spending a full day there. Kids and I had great fun, bonding and staying away for gadgets for once!

Checking out Little Kingdom Map

At Ticketing Counter

Look at the beautiful decor

When we first stepped in, as the name suggested, Little Kingdom, we are greeted with tiny door as we entered the entrance, and greeted with colourful and cartoon characters and many nice stops for parents who love to take nice pictures with their children.

The first thing we went is to visit a booth with friendly staff which would give each of the kids their "Personalized Game Challenge" note which marks down their activities which they are interested to participate as well as the time of the activities so that they will remember to drop by the places of the events or activities they have planned to visit. They are also given a Little Kingdom Power Card to challenge themselves and earn a chop at each stop they have visited.

Little Kingdom Power Card and Personalised Game Challenge

The concept and mission of Little Kingdom is:
1. Offer new insights of learning process can be fun and playful.

Colourful classroom with sturdy chairs and tables (even adults can sit on them)

This is where they will hold their classes like art and craft, etc. They also have other classroom-based activities as follows:

·      Little Genie House : Pygmalion & World Introduction Class
·      Little Alien Spaceship: Lego and Robotic
·      Little Cinderella Ballroom: Dance & Music
·      Little Alice Wonderland: Art & Craft
·      Little T-Rex Kitchen: Cooking & Culinary Arts
·      Little Beast Field: Sports

2. Continuously inspire and create a playland that makes it exciting for children to learn while playing.

Kids'-size gym

Notice how everything is customized to kids’ size.

My kids and I sat on this Amazon Ride several times without bored. It is a shooting game ride which you are will get a chop on your power card after finishing your mission.

3. Encourage and educate the importance of parent-child bonding.

ZS spent few hours on the sandpit

Fantasy Drive

Parents can sit along with their kids

This is when parent and child is able to have some bonding time driving and learning the traffic rules together. Yes, the car is big enough to accommodate adult size!

4. Provide a platform for parents to explore their child's talents and skill by observing their action and behavior.


Some highlights of the places which I like:

*Spacious and modern kitchen*

Catching a glimpse of little chef at work

This where they hold cooking classes (you can check out the timing of their activities and classes at the ticketing counter or at the booth on your left once you entered) with real-life kitchen utensils which are also sold in their Little Elf Factory just before you exit the place.

Kitchen tools used in the Little Chef cooking class

Little Elf Factory that sell some lovely educational merchandise

*Cozy and clean place for nursing moms*

This is the no. 1 place I usually would visit as I often felt toilets (especially) and also another star feature, i.e. nursing rooms show how detailed they go into ensuring the place is convenient and comfortable for their visitors.

Nappy changing station and ladies-only toilet

Clean and spacious washing area after nursing or changing diapers.

*Nice theme cafe and open area to refuel and recharge*

Nice open area for parents to rest and family to have some snacks

Stalls selling snacks to refuel

Eagerly queuing up for their corn in cup

We also enjoyed Little Kingdom Performance tremendously by their talented crew.

TV that displays the next programme for the day

Children are encouraged to join the show

Kids queuing up to take picture with the mascot

*Nice ballroom for parties and events*

Do enquire with them if you like to check out suitable venue to celebrate your kids or school event.

Details of the location, opening hours and price range can refer to the leaflet below:

You can also check them out at their Facebook page.

Now, my kids are already asking me when are we paying another visit to Little Kingdom!

So, what are you waiting for? Check out more information at their website now.

Cheers and have a lovely bonding time with your kids at Little Kingdom!