Monday, 31 December 2012


Today I made a very drastic decision in my life, because I'm lazy to do assignment and sit for the exam, I've decided to drop masters. ;)

I think deep down, my dream is to be a slacker! Hohoho..

What surprises me most is that even people around me, my loved ones supported my decision. I'm so thankful for that, at least I don't feel alone.

Doing masters just take up a lot of my free time and I don't get the work life balance anymore. I feel exhausted chasing after deadlines. My brain never stops working, alternating between works and studies.

All these are just excuses!!! Hahahha main thing is still vanity reason. I don't want to look haggard from the mental stress and I'm aging much faster ever since I started masters. Not worth it, not worth it. Happiness and beauty is more important! Lol.

Bimbo to the maximum! ;)

I feel so much happier now!!! Hohoho

I retrieved a very valuable artifact from four years back.

Today is last day of 2012. A new chapter of my life will begin soon!

Happy New Year! ;)

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Thursday, 27 December 2012


La la la la am waiting to see doctor.

So am very free I can blog. ;/

Arrived at clinic and was informed that doctor is out for lunch break. Mehhhhh...

To drive back to office is certainly a no-no, means I have to wait in my car till it's 2 pm.. And its so hot in here, I hate the sun! So grumpy whenever I'm under the sun. Well I have no options.. Boo hu..

It's weekend and everyone must be enjoying their holiday right now. ;)

I received a christmas card and a xmas present this year! Feeling so happy! He knows that my water bottle from Starbucks is 4 years old and so he told me that it is not good to keep using a bottle for so long..

He secretly bought me a new one and gave it to me as christmas present. Awww so sweet, am so touched.

I named it nalbo.

Its pinkkkk!!! ;) <3

The xiao panda is called "Da-Da".

Gosh my stupidness in naming things is coming back. Hahah I'm very talented in giving names k..


15 more minutes to goooo! Am gonna storm into the clinic at 2 to get my medications.

I feel sleepy... Napping time, good night. Have to to back office to clear files, then do assignments then have to study for exam soon. Poof poof..

Ganbatte to myself. Great things are slowly happening in my life. Hohohoho merry christmas. ;)

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Wednesday, 26 December 2012


I've never felt this happy before.

To clear all doubts and hesitations that exist in my life. I feel free and relieved like a bird! Wo shi yi zhi xiao xiao xiao niao!!

Sorry should correct that song. Wo shi yi zhi xiao xiao xiao panda!! Hohohoho..

Thank you for everything!!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you! ;)

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Thursday, 20 December 2012


It's 1 am and I can't sleep..

My tummy is aching so badly, I feel like fainting ady. Because I'm stupid so I can't tell if it's tummy ache or period cramp.

My stomach has been unwell since Monday at USS.

I have no medication and the pain is killing me. Shootz.

"How would you feel, what would you think, what would we do?" - What if I said?

I think I need ambulance soon.

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Saturday, 8 December 2012


Iphone 5 will be launched.

Ipad mini has been launched.

Ipad Retina Display also has been launched.

All these temptations and devils. Rawrrrrrr!!!!!

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Wednesday, 5 December 2012

50 slices of salmon

I'm a cat now.


I ate 50 slices of salmon. Dead full and bloated now. Regret eating so much.

Today I reached Grand Millennium Hotel at 8 am. As I was driving down to the basement parking, I saw my big boss on the right, attempting to cross the minor road.

Since I was very tired I converted my car into mobile bedroom and fell asleep. The course begins at 9 so I set my alarm to 8.45 am.

I woke up at about 8.40 and made my way to the seminar room.

The moment I sat down, my colleague asked where did I go.

O.o I was thinking how on earth she knows I arrived early?

"Dato' had asked where did you go because he saw you turning in to carpark at 8 just now."

"Dato' even speculated that you might have an argument with boyfriend thats why still in the car."

LOL damn I didn't know he actually noticed that I drove past him.

Bwahahhaha and few minutes later I bumped into my boss and he teased "Chan where have you disappeared to!"

I told him I terbabas fell asleep in the car and he laughed at me.

So embarrassing lol.

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Tuesday, 4 December 2012


OMG there's a really funny story that I want to share with all of you.

I'm having a course in Grand Millennium Hotel KL right now.

At 12 pm the facilitators said we could go for our lunch break at Mills Cafe located at first floor.

I walked out from the seminar room, straight to the lift, into the lift, hit on the button "1", door opened, stepped out, oh the cafe is just right in front of me!

Then there was this girl in front of me wearing 3 inches black heals. Her left heal somehow got hooked onto the front ribbon of her right heal and her feet were entangled. She fell forward landing on both of her knees first, and later both her palms.

Hahahaga so tiu lian. Can't stop laughing at her now.

Luckily she fell 10 minutes earlier and not when she's holding a plate full of food over the buffet servings.


That girl was actually ME.

All right baizz. ;(

My knee hurts now.

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Mobile home

Hohoho I bet you all have never experienced what a mobile home is.

Basically my car right now is my mobile home.

Sometimes when I'm too tired, I take a nap inside.

Then I store many many pairs of heals and shoes in it.

Latest is using it as my temporary office! I know it's dangerous but I had an urgent file to be sent!

So, how do I do it? Right hand on the wheel, then laptop rests on my left palm. So whenever the car in front of me stops, I release my right hand from the wheel and start to mouse over to attach documents via email!

Hohoho, 'Kids at home, do not learn this'!

Apart from that, my car is also my mobile library. Open up my bonnet, and you will see mountains of books in there. Hahahaha well I had to since I'm doing masters now and I hate it whenever I need a book urgently it's not there. If I were to carry them around daily, I will evolve into a Popeye the Sailor Man, poot poot.

So basically I can do almost every thing in my car, except for one..

That is ..

TO PANG SAI!! Damn I'm stuck in the jam again and need to go to the toilet to shit. T.T

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Sunday, 2 December 2012


I don't know what should I do with my life anymore. I'm lost. I wish that an angel would descend from the sky and advise me on it.

I understand that there bound to be ups and downs in life, but I verily believe that mine is a rocky ones, and constantly falling into a manhole. LOL.

Its okay, anything that doesn't kill you will make you stronger. We were born alone in this world and we also die alone right. Learn how to be independent and I believe I will survive.

My much needed getaway trip.

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I think the time has come for me to seriously plan for a family i.e. marriage and so I began to read up on "things to consider before saying 'I do' to your other half".

Here's what it says:

After 7 years of marriage I can honestly say that I would do it again; I'd marry the same woman without changing a thing. Well, maybe we would have spent our money a little more conservatively but as far as the the decision on marriage - it was a perfect.

Unfortunately, as I consider our acquaintances and their marriages, it's clear that all marriages are not created equal. Cheating and chronic fighting surrounds us and often times we are stuck in the middle as these people come to us for advice.
Here are a handful of things that have become common themes.

My assumption is that you've already talked about religion, having kids, sex, etc. If not, you really need to open up the communication.

So before you say "I Do", make sure you have at least considered these:

Ability to Compromise

There are subtle changes that most people can make in their lives in order to make their spouse happy. This is part of the never ending compromise phase that is critical.

When single, I'd watch football games at bars every Saturday and Sunday (and sometimes Thursday). Once married, I toned it down to one day. This is a manageable change that I was willing to make. However, had my wife insisted that I give up all sports entirely, I would have resisted and eventually resented her. That resent would have spread and ultimately influenced my overall attitude towards her.
The same is true for just about everything. The willingness of the other person to compromise today (of the lack thereof) and your reaction to it will prove to be a precedent setting event. If someone is absolutely unwilling to compromise on minor issues, you should expect the same for larger issues. Don't be shocked and appalled by it when it happens three years from now- you knew this going in and you accepted it!


Yes, we all want it but once we have it who controls it? My wife started direct depositing her paychecks into my account after 3 months of dating. I actually don't recommend that so soon but she was bad with money and she admitted it. For us, it was a matter of getting our credit into shape (we had 640 credit and back then, now its 850 836) and we needed a strategy to pay off college and personal debt.

Once that debt was paid off and we moved into our house, I turned the finances back over to her after a crash course in on-time payments and credit. I never looked back. I enjoyed the strategy part of it but not the day-to-day grind of bill paying. She actually enjoyed it because as a stay at home Mom, it gave her the insight she needed to plan for grocery purchases, clothes for the kids, etc.

So before you get hitched, what is your plan today and 5 years from now? Who is handling what?

Who cleans the toilets?

Toilets and the remainder of the housework is a constant issue. It all needs to get done and it's not the most fun. Setup a plan for this in the beginning. My suggestion is a weekly rotation - perhaps you'll come up with something different. The point of this is to set the expectation on both sides so that someone doesn't feel like a housekeeper. Chores need to be shared regardless of the work and income situation. Being a woman doesn't mean the wife has to handle at all (and yes, a man wrote this).

The plan

In talking to people, it became pretty apparent that their initial goals were in line but after the kids are born and careers take off, there is a fork in the road. I agree that all plans change and there is no way to write a script for your marriage but a lot of the confusion can be removed by having a 1, 3, 6 and 9 year plan.

You should have this conversation now and then revisit it all the time. This does not mean you only review goals at these intervals. These are simply due dates. I am often questioned as to why 1,3,6,9.

1 Year Plan: This one is obvious. After the wedding, where will you live, where will you eventually live? Who handles what, what is the combined income, what can we afford, do we need two cars, etc.

At 3 years: You are no longer newlyweds and you are perhaps considering kids. Heck, you may already have a kid at this point. You need a plan for that, a plan for who works, who stays home, what type of daycare, etc. This is also around the time that your first condo or "couple's house" loses it appeal. What kind of house do we want? Where? Can we afford that? How are the schools? What is Plan B if someone gets fired? Do we know what utilities cost?

6 years: We have all heard of the 7 year itch. Therefore, it stands to reason that you have a plan set with a deadline of 6 years. Where do you want the marriage to be in 6 years? Communication habits, sex life, careers...everything. Talk about it now and periodically consider making adjustments based on the the success of your approach. Plans are meant to be changed.

9 years: Again, where do you want to the marriage to be in 9 years? Why? What will life be like? How many kids will we have by then? Are we sending them to public school? What if someone's parent dies?


Just discuss how and where you will celebrate holidays. This is a battle for nearly everyone I know.

Discipline - Are we spanking the kids, are we talking and coaching or are we doing both? No matter how happy you are now, if you're against physical discipline and your spouse is not, you will slowly learn to resent and dislike him/her each time a spanking is doled out. Discuss it NOW and avoid a surprise.

Ok, religion

How important is it and how will we teach the kids?
Communications, cheating
I don't care how many conversations you have, no one will ever openly state that they "may cheat". A key here is to be undoubtedly sure that the precedent is set for open communication. If a wife is not happy, the FIRST action on her part should be to talk to the husband (and vice versa). The only way to do this consistently is to talk; not yell, not argue, but talk like civilized people. If you become enraged every time your spouse tries to talk to you, you are pushing away an opportunity to fix a problem. Take time out and actually LISTEN. Marriage is not an argument or a punishment unless you make it one.

There are clearly a lot of other things to consider. Bad choices are going to made regardless of how thorough you plan; that's life. You wouldn't go on a 1,500 mile road trip without putting some thought into it and your marriage should be thought of in the same way. By planning and talking, the aim is to minimize the possible obstacles by first identifying them and getting them out in the open before they reach a critical, war-type, level.

What do you wish you discussed or planned before tying the knot? Feel free to leave an anonymous comment - perhaps it will help others. -Jay

Written by Jay White from Dumb Little Man, a web site that provides tips for life that will save you money, increase your productivity, or simply keep you sane.

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