Monday, 16 March 2015

Never ending support and love

Last saturday, we had our training session at B31 Stockist in Klang. Had ao much info from the session. This is what I am truly thankful for: the guidance. Honestly, I was not a business person but from the free training and guidance given by the ever-friendly and ever-willing mentor in GLAM, I am where I am today. 

On Sunday, we had an Ogroup session. This time it's more intimate and I got to share ideas and got help from our awesome CDMs, CDM Shaliza Aziz and CDM Naa Kamarudin. Thank you for being there for us. This just adds more love to the business.

I guess at the end of the day, if you enjoy what you are doing and the people around you are always positive and are there to help you, you will be able to succeed. That's why I love GLAM. 

Sunday, 15 March 2015

My love for mineral coffee

What I love most about mineral coffee? One answer: It is not sweet and yet it's not bitter! Hard to believe? Tell me about it.

I had the same thought when it was first launched. I mean, no sugar? But I tried it and instantly I felt in love with it. It's very light, it has a distinct taste that is soooooo pleasant to the taste pallet and it has this creamy after-taste. 

Some were asking, since this pre-mix coffee contains bamboo salt, is it salty? My answer: NOT AT ALL. I've done some research through readings that:
1. salt actually reduces the bitterness of coffee
2. salt reduces the amount of caffeine in coffee (those with migraine can also consume this coffee)
3. salt enhances the coffee flavour, without even making it salty.

The fact that it has bamboo salt (not any other salt) makes this mineral coffee even special because bamboo salt contains important minerals for the body and it also helps to detoxify. In simpler words, it increases mineral coffee's 'healthiness'.

Among other health benefits of mineral coffee are:
1. refreshes the body
2. help to control blood pressure
3. help to reduce the level of sugar in those suffering from diabetes
4. contains contains iron, magnesium, and calcium

So what are we waiting for?
Lets change for better health!

Monday, 2 March 2015

Short Getaway

During the last CNY Holiday, my family and I decided to have a short vacation. The thing about us is that, we don't really like long-distance drive and we often ended up going to Malacca for a sweet escape. This time, we had to say 'no' to Malacca and 'hello' Kuala Lumpur! Yes, we decided to spend two nights in KL which is 40 minutes away from our home. To me, I don't really mind spending the holidays nearby just a long as I get to spend it with my family. 

On the first day, we stayed at Intercontinental Hotel (previously it was Nikko Hotel) which is about 10 minutes walk from KLCC. It's so strategic as Ampang park and Avenue K is just a stone's throw away. The room is spacious and very comfortable. Not to mention the breakfast; an array of food to choose from and to savour. Hospitality wise, I would rate them 5 star because the staffs were friendly and accommodating.

On the second day, we checked out and stayed at Ritz-Carlton Bukit Bintang. The beautiful chandelier at the lobby greets you with a sense of romanticism like you are in a 20th century English aristocratic home. The room is beautifully decorated and super comfy. The hotel, that is attached to Starhill Gallery makes it easy for you to walk to Pavilion and to the main shopping street. The best part is that there is a butler for each floor! By pressing the 'butler button' on the phone, you can order juices and coffee (cappuccino, latte, white coffee, etc.) for free at any time! Cool right?

These are free!

We even got these! 

This is how the breakfast is served.. (you can order as many as you want)

Trust me, those in Klang Valley should try this. Even if your house is nearby, try spending the night at a hotel; you're gonna get a different feel and a totally different experience. 

Thursday, 8 January 2015

A good start to 2015

Happy New Year everybody! I guess it's not too late to wish. As usual, with the start of a new year, we would definitely want the year to be better than the previous one. 2014 has been a sweet memory with some challenges along the way. I've learned a lot, discovered a lot and I would say that I have grown from the experience.

So far, 2015 has been good. The new year begins with extra holiday for me as school was postponed another week. I got to spend more time with my family and enjoy my holiday without having to think about assignments (finished my 2nd semester on 22nd December 2014). Today, I had great fun meeting my students from SMK Sri Saujana, after about three years. Hope to meet them again soon. 

Walking down memory lane..hehe

Back in 2011

2015: All grown up!

Sunday, 12 October 2014

Happy Birthday sister!

On 4th October 2014, my dear sister - the one and only - turned 29. It was good that this year the day falls on a saturday so we got to celebrate it on the day itself, with everyone around. It was a simple celebration -at FYQS Gastronomy- with lots and lots of love. After all, it's not merely about the food and the scale of the celebration; the most important one is the company. Alhamdulillah, I am grateful to be given the chance to be there with my loved ones. 

Anyway, Happy Birthday Rina! 
I love you and you know that. 
May Allah grant you endless happiness in this world and in the hereafter. 

Thursday, 18 September 2014

A tribute for MAMA

Here's something about my mom. She is a SUPERWOMAN. There is no denying. She can do mostly everything: painting the house (without anyone's help), our school's art project (mind you, we always got A with her help..hehe) and countless more stuffs that I, myself, won't be able to do perfectly. 

My mom is a very simple person, very independent and extremely understanding. She has sacrificed a lot for us and no amount of worldly rewards can ever repay her deeds. She quit her job when my sister was 1 years old just so she can take care of us full time (I think if she is still working she would have earned quite a lot by now..but that does not really matter to her).

She waited for us at school (at the canteen, when the weather was hot..I feel so bad every time I think about it) when we cried and did not want to go to school (primary schools..hehe). She will be the first to wake up in the middle of the night - up till today - if she hears us scream for fear that something bad might happen (actually, we screamed because we were watching horror movies). 

There are so many things that my mom has done and sacrificed that if I continue writing, it will take me ages to list them. What I can say is that my mother is a strong woman.  Some people think that being a homemaker (aka housewife, not working, etc.) is easy; well let me tell you this - it's NOT. I've seen my mom and I know how it is. That is why sometimes I feel irritated when some people make that sceptical, pathetic and no-way look at the idea of people being housewives. 

Well, whatever it is, mama, you have cared and loved us unconditionally. I LOVE YOU. You deserve the Jannah and I pray that Allah will grant you this and He will. May you be blessed with abundance of happiness both in this world and in the hereafter. Happy Birthday!

Monday, 15 September 2014

Bio Seleza Testimonial

This new health product for women has been in the market for a couple of months now and the support that we received from the market is just phenomenal. The fact that it is mostly sold out is already a proof of its effectiveness in helping women improve their health and we as men, can elevate this newly developed conscience by introducing these products to our sisters, mothers, wives and female friends. 

I am happy and grateful that I managed to help my clients and I believe that it is obligatory of me to share with you the positive feedback that I received from them. May this help us make better choices because health is the number one wealth.