Thursday, June 28, 2012

Treasure Hunt

Heeeyyy..selamat tgh hari semua...hmmm..last weekend, Insolvensi Selangor ade buat treasure hunt untuk staff MdI.. dan kebetulan, sabtu tu aku mmg takde pape aktiviti nk buat sebelah pg, aku luangkan masa aku bsama-sama menyihatkan diri dalam acara ini.. Asalnye nak jd AJK tp last2 jd peserta la 5..wah i like numbe 5..hehehe..1 team ade 4 org..aku, Nurul Shamsila , Jannah dan Fiza..

Ni team Zaiton , sutinah dan ijah.. dorang memilih utk pakai baju ni..wah semangat kan..suke tgk dorang, tau.. 

 Ni acara check point yang ktorang kena buat..2 orang utk 1 team kena berkayak dan berhenti d pulau, cari klu lepas tu, teruskan kayak ke jeti..ukh sgt siksa tapi sangat lah best..hehehe..nasib la slalu bkayak bila blk kg, kalah least takde la aku tenggelam..hahaha..

gambar aku yang ni je ade..sbb aku kesuntukan masa dan tak sempat pun pose tambahan lg, memory card hempon aku da penuh...huahuahua..

Ok lah..aku brenti sekejap ea..nnt kte sambung lg..lalalal~

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Smart Casual etc by Tengku Jamm

Hye semua..hmmmmm hari ni takde ape nak cite pun..oleh kerana da agak beberapa minggu tak update blog ni, maka wajib ptg begini saya up sedikit gamba utuk tatapan yang singgah.  Semua gambar saya kali ini di shoot oleh

Photographer :: Tengku Jamm
Mua :: Ebutik Ann

Mua :: Jue Eden
Busana :: Jue Eden
Ekspo Perkahwinan 2012
Kompleks Kraft Jln Conlay, K.Lumpur

Jom like facebook utk page ni

Friday, June 8, 2012

Lepak wif Abg Nas Ahmad

 Hye..harini nak cite ape ea? errmmm... okeh kite cite pasal lepak dinner bersama Abg Nas Ahmad dll..

Kitorang janji nak lepak petang Rabu, tapi oleh kerana Jammed so malam lah jawab nye baru kitorang sampai Curve dan oleh kerana kelaparan, maka cadangan Abg Nas, kite layan McD aje sbg dinner awitu..huhu..Maka tiada starbucks keyh..n tiada coffee maksudnye..hahahha...

Lama juga melepakkan diri.. Abg Nas nak bg tiket VIP Mentor Final Ahad 10 Jun 2012 akan dtg.  Itu yang ktorang berjanji nak jumpe.  Sgt happy tau bila ade juge org ingat nak bg tiket tu.. Syukur Alhamdulillah sangat-sangat.. boleh jugak release tension 5 hari bekerja aku nih..huhu..hehehe...

Masa nk balik lak, aku lalu sekitar starbucks tmpt selalu aku lepak tu, eh..tiba-tiba tserempak dgn suraya..amboi, lama sungguh tak jumpe si cantik dgn tunang dier ni... Lega dapat juga lepaskan windu dendam aku kt dier slama ni..sembang punya sembang, owh sue terlibat juga dgn mentor 6 ni..jadi, ktorg decide nk bjumpa lg di sana nnt...wahhooo~~ pertemuan tanpa dirancang dan berakhir dgn snap gambar kenangan...yeaaayyy~~~ hihuuu...

Okey lah malas nak panjang cite, layan kan ajelah gambar dari Blackberry aku nih..tak clear sgt tp cukup lah sbg kenangan ~(^.^)~

Yahoo!! dapat 4 tiket VIP Mentor Final ^.^ Tq Abg Nas..

VIP Tiket

Suraya hotfm , Me & Ejart

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Eight Productive Things to Do When Stuck in Traffic

Bumper to bumper lines of traffic can sabotage your plans for the day-usually with no forewarning. Even when you've checked the latest traffic report, it's likely that you don't have an alternate route available anyway. The nation's busiest cities experience the pitfalls of congestion and highway accidents every single day, often resulting in a number of stressed out commuters and travelers. If you're a victim of the 'stuck in traffic' syndrome on a daily basis, here are eight productive things you can do to make the experience more manageable:
1.Write up your grocery list. You'll have to do this at some time in the week anyway, and you can jot down a few thoughts and creative ideas for cooking up your next chef-style menu. If you're a coupon saver, keep the coupon book in your car and pick out this week's latest as you draw up your plan.
2.Learn a new map. Instead of Googling every single destination for your travels, why not learn about a neighborhood or area instead? Just pick up a glossy miniature map, and start studying! It's easier than you think, and you'll be able to use your new skills right away.
3.Memorize 10 key phrases in a foreign language. If you're experiencing a daily traffic jam, be proactive and designate this time as your foreign language brush up. Japanese, Italian, Arabic-any difficult language can be mastered with small steps. A daily contribution will quickly add up and you'll be fluent in no time.
4.Organize your glove compartment. Sort through those receipts, matchbooks, business cards, and miscellaneous items stocked in your small storage space. Clear out the old, and throw it into a plastic bag. Then you can start stocking it with some absolute necessities-the iPod has a new home!
5.Read the newspaper. Set aside just a few minutes each morning scanning through headlines and pull out the key sections of the paper. Take it along with you, and catch up on your necessary reading on the way to work. If you're a digital newspaper subscriber, organize an RSS feed to deliver the headlines to your PDA and catch up on the buzz quickly and efficiently.
6.Draft up today's to-do list. Making a checklist of projects and tasks is a great way to stay productive no matter what day of the week it is. The satisfaction of having completed a set of tasks will help you get more done; when you've got 5-10 minutes at hand, make this list and track your progress.
7.Organize your office. This can actually be done without you being there; just draw up a list of tasks that will help you rearrange and plan your office space. By the time you get there, you'll have a plan of action ready in hand!
8.Call a friend. Ring up that person you keep forgetting to call back, or the one you had promised to get in touch in the near future. You'll take your mind off the frustrations on the road, and can chit-chat away (as long as you're not moving at high speeds, of course). Despite the circumstances during your daily traffic jam, it's still possible to make the best use of your time. Instead of stressing about road conditions, plan ahead and arrive at your destination with a few positive outcomes.

..make the experience more manageable...J

Today's Tips! - Did You Wonder ?

For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness

 Anger is perhaps one of the worst of all emotions felt by us. It can be felt because of anything… a lost wallet, someone’s irrational comment, failing an exam, getting scolded by your boss, or any other possible situation where the you feel frustration, hurt, fear and disappointment.

Anger makes us want to slash someone with our words, bang our head in the wall, scream at the top of our lungs, and do much more! Our body undergoes multiple changes in anger – all of them which are harmful to the body. Controlling anger is perhaps the best way to stop the body from undergoing so many sinister changes.

Anger stimulates the left side (hemisphere) of the brain, which is the side of the brain controlling emotions. Your body reacts just like it does to stress when angry. You start breathing heavy. Because of this, the heart starts beating faster, and pumps much more oxygen, adrenaline, and sugar into the bloodstream. Your muscles and arteries tense, and blood pressure rises. Your body prepares for action.

To release the tension formed in the body, you yell, scream, slam things, and pound your fist.

The best thing to do in anger is practice being patient, i.e. control your anger. As expressed by Dr. Laurence J. Peter – “Speak when you are angry – and you’ll make the best speech you’ll ever regret.”

Here are some tips to help you control your anger:

Count to ten – yes it really works! Miraculously, by the time you say ‘nine’ and then ‘ten’ 80% of your anger will be gone.

Talk to someone neutral about what caused you to get angry. Narrating the episode to someone else will help you realize the reason behind getting angry. Once you know the reason, you can work on improving your capability to control the situation.

Get some exercise. Release your tension by sweating it out.

Say something funny – humor will always dissolve the charged sentiments between people. J

Take a Break! -Oh My English !

Artikel dan Laporan Media bertarikh 7 Jun 2012 untuk perkongsian semua.

The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”

― Dr. Seuss

Kita tidak perlu bahasa rasmi kedua

BARU-BARU ini penaung diraja Persatuan Pengajar Bahasa Inggeris Malaysia (Melta), Raja Zarith Sofiah Sultan Idris Shah menyatakan keresahannya terhadap kemerosotan penguasaan bahasa Inggeris dalam kalangan rakyat negara ini dengan menyorot kepada kemungkinan ada rakyat yang menganggap tidak patriotik untuk mempelajari bahasa itu.

Baginda juga berkata, ada dalam kalangan mereka itu tidak dapat menerima bahawa menguasai bahasa kedua tiada kena mengena dengan cinta kepada negara.

Tanggapan baginda itu tidak salah, bahkan mungkin ada alasan. Malangnya, kenyataannya itu diputarbelitkan sebuah stesen radio swasta yang diketahui mengabaikan penggunaan bahasa Melayu untuk dijadikan bahan perbincangan satu rancangan bual bicara edisi petangnya, Khamis lalu.

Stesen radio itu dengan sengaja memberikan tanggapan lain daripada kenyataan Raja Zarith Sofiah untuk dijadikan bahan perbincangan dengan pendengarnya. Tajuk yang digunakannya ialah apakah perisytiharan bahasa Inggeris sebagai bahasa rasmi kedua negara ini tindakan tidak patriotik dengan menyorot kepada apa yang dinyatakan Raja Zarith Sofiah itu.

Tiada siapa pun pernah menimbulkan perlunya bahasa Inggeris dijadikan bahasa rasmi kedua negara sebagai usaha memaksa rakyat memberi tumpuan terhadap penguasaan bahasa itu. Jauh sekali berpendirian usaha menguasai bahasa Inggeris adalah suatu perkara tidak patriotik.

Ramai mengakui penguasaan bahasa Inggeris memang merosot dan perlu dibaiki supaya dapat dikuasai sejumlah besar rakyat negara ini sekiranya mahu melonjak menjadi negara maju berpendapatan tinggi menjelang 2020 nanti.

Diakui kita sebagai negara yang bergantung kuat kepada perdagangan antarabangsa harus dapat menguasai bahasa itu dengan baik. Bahasa Inggeris sudah dianggap sebagai bahasa antarabangsa. Ini tiada siapa pun menafikan termasuk pencinta bahasa Melayu. Tetapi untuk menyatakan kononnya hanya dengan mengisytiharkan bahasa Inggeris sebagai bahasa rasmi baru rakyat akan berusaha untuk menguasainya adalah syor melampau, lebih-lebih lagi dikaitkan dengan semangat patriotik seseorang kepada negaranya.

Seperti diharapkan pengendali acara bual bicara radio itu, ramailah antara mereka yang menelefon memberi pandangan mempersoalkan kenapa penguasaan bahasa Inggeris mahu dikaitkan dengan perasaan patriotik. Corak perbincangan itu lebih menjengkelkan dengan kebanyakan pemanggil menyokong syor menjadikan bahasa Inggeris sebagai bahasa rasmi kedua negara ini.

Mereka termasuk ketiga-tiga pengacaranya tidak pula menyatakan apakah hanya dengan perisytiharan itu baru rakyat memberi tumpuan penguasaan dan penggunaan bahasa Inggeris?

Tidak dinafikan ramai antara lulusan sekolah kebangsaan termasuk graduan institusi pengajian tinggi awam (IPTA) amat lemah penguasaan bahasa itu sehingga ada yang gagal mendapat pekerjaan di sektor swasta.

Yang perlu dilakukan ialah meningkatkan pembelajaran bahasa Inggeris sejak peringkat sekolah rendah lagi.

Usaha ini sudah dilaksanakan Kementerian Pelajaran dengan menambah masa pelajaran bahasa Inggeris daripada 240 minit seminggu kepada 330 minit. Demikian pula bagi pelajar di IPTA perlu diberi perhatian untuk menguasai bahasa itu dengan baik sebelum diberi ijazah. Sehingga kini sebahagian besar graduan IPTA tidak diterima berkerja oleh syarikat swasta kerana penguasaan bahasa Inggeris amat lemah.

Malangnya oleh kerana kelemahan itu ramai antara mereka dianggap tidak boleh berfikir dengan baik. Pihak swasta seolah-olah mahu menyamakan pengetahuan dan kepintaran minda seseorang dengan penguasaan bahasa Inggeris. Kurangnya penguasaan bahasa itu mahu disamakan dengan daya pemikiran yang lemah. Apa kena mengena penguasaan bahasa Inggeris dengan kepintaran minda seseorang tidak pula dinyatakan.

Baiknya usaha meningkatkan penguasaan bahasa Inggeris dalam kalangan graduan sudah dilaksanakan di beberapa IPTA. Usaha itu diharap bukan saja menyekat kemerosotan penguasaan bahasa Inggeris tetapi meningkatkan penguasaannya dalam kalangan ramai rakyat. Tentu usaha itu tidak memerlukan bahasa Inggeris diisytihar sebagai bahasa rasmi kedua.

Walaupun tanpa perisytiharan sedemikian ramai antara rakyat, khususnya kelas menengah dan yang tinggal di bandar besar terus mengagungkan bahasa Inggeris lebih-lebih lagi pihak swasta hingga ada yang tergamak mengabaikan terus penggunaan bahasa Melayu.

Bukan setakat itu saja, hingga sekarang ini pun masih ramai rakyat tidak boleh bertutur bahasa Melayu atau memahaminya. Ruangan ini sudah beberapa kali menimbulkan isu kurangnya perhatian sesetengah rakyat negara ini terhadap penggunaan bahasa Melayu kerana tidak fikir mereka perlu mengetahuinya kerana hanya mahu bergaul sesama bangsa tanpa mahu berinteraksi dengan rakyat yang berlainan kaum.

Oleh itu ramai lulusan sekolah Cina masih tidak dapat menguasai bahasa Melayu walaupun lulus dalam mata pelajaran itu pada peringkat Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM). Mereka mempelajarinya hanya kerana terpaksa untuk lulus SPM bukan kerana mahu memahaminya atau boleh bertutur dalam bahasa kebangsaan itu.

Mahkamah masih perlu menyediakan jurubahasa kepada tertuduh keturunan Cina atau India kerana mereka tidak boleh memahami pertuduhan yang dibaca dalam bahasa Melayu. Apakah kesimpulan yang boleh kita ambil daripada keadaan demikian ini?

Bukankah keadaan ini sudah berleluasa walaupun tanpa bahasa Inggeris diisytihar sebagai bahasa rasmi. Apa agaknya yang akan berlaku jika pengisytiharan demikian dilaksanakan? Tentu lebih ramai rakyat negara ini akan terus mengabaikan penggunaan bahasa Melayu. Mungkinkah ini yang dikehendaki orang sebegini?

Why crying is a good thing

There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are messengers of overwhelming grief and unspeakable love.” –Washington Irving

Biochemist William Frey has spent 15 years studying tears and why we cry. His team of scientists have found that, although tear production organs were once thought to be unimportant and no longer necessary for survival, tears actually have numerous critical functions.

Tears are an emotional response which only humans have, for only people are known to weep. While all animals produce tears to lubricate their eyes, only human beings possess the extensive system that causes us to cry.

Tears are secreted by your lacrimals—tiny, sponge-like glands which rest above the eye against the eye socket. The average person blinks every two to ten seconds. With every blink, the eyelid carries this fluid over your eye’s surface.

One of the most obvious functions of tears is to lubricate your eyeball and eyelid, but they also prevent dehydration of your various mucous membranes, as anyone with ‘dry eye’ problems can attest to. A severe lack of lubrication produces a condition requiring medication or therapy to save the victim’s eyesight.

Another important function of tears is that they bathe your eyes in lysozyme, one of the most effective antibacterial and antiviral agents known to man. Amazingly, lysozyme inactivates 90 to 95 per cent of all bacteria in a mere five to 10 minutes. Without it, eye infections would be much more common and serious.

One amazing discovery is that tear production may actually aid a person in dealing with emotional problems. Scientific studies have found that after crying, most people do feel better, and those that suppress their tears do feel worse.

Not unexpectedly, those who suffer from the inherited disease familial dysautonomia not only cannot cry tears, but also have a lesser ability to deal with stressful events in their lives.

In a recent study, tears caused by simple irritants were compared to those brought on by emotion. Researchers found that stress-induced tears actually remove toxic substances from the body. Volunteers were led to cry first from watching sad movies, and then from freshly cut onions. The researchers found that the tears from the movies contained far more toxic biological byproducts. Weeping, they concluded, is an excretory process which removes toxic substances that normally build up during emotional stress.

The simple act of crying also reduces the body’s manganese level, a mineral which affects mood and is found in up to 30 times greater concentration in tears than in blood serum. They also found that emotional tears contain 24 per cent higher albumin protein concentration than tears caused by eye irritants.

The researchers concluded that chemicals built up by the body during stress were removed by tears, which actually lowered stress. These include the endorphin leucine-enkephalin, which helps to control pain, and prolactin, a hormone which regulates milk production in mammals.

They found that one of the most important of those compounds which removed tears was adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH), one of the best indicators of stress. Suppressing tears increases stress levels, and contributes to diseases aggravated by stress, such as high blood pressure, heart problems and peptic ulcers.

Ashley Montagu concluded that weeping contributes not only to the health of the individual, but also to the group’s sense of community because ‘it tends to deepen involvement in the welfare of others’.

Tears are an extremely effective method of communication, and can elicit sympathy much faster than any other means. They effectively relate that you are sincere about a certain concern, and anxious to deal with the problem.

What can we learn from all this? That the seemingly simple and common response of producing tears is enormously complex and, indeed, is an integral and necessary part of being human. Without tears, life would be drastically different for humans—in the short run enormously uncomfortable, and in the long run our eyesight could be jeopardized.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Kay D Aisya Boutique


Kay D Aisya Boutique baru di buka dan terletak di lot kedai pasaraya Billion, Sg Petani, Kedah.  Pemilik Boutique tersebut adalah Pn. Khadijah Hanapi dan dibantu oleh anak-anak terutamanya Siti Aisya dan kewangan dijaga oleh suami beliau iaitu En. Ismail Hussin.
Terdapat perlbagai jenis pakaian termasuk aksesori wanita dan juga comforter bundle dr kilang dengan harga yang berpatutan..
Boutique tersebut acapkali menaja pakaian Wieda Waheeda dalam photoshoot tertentu.  Segala pertanyaan boleh terus letak di bahagian komen di sini dafn dijemput pembaca yang berada di sekitar kedah untuk berkunjung ke Boutique tersebut bila berkelapangan.

Model mengenakan pakaian tajaan Kay D Aisya Boutique

Encik Ismail Hussin
Suami Isteri selaku pemilik Boutique berkenaan sibuk meneliti keluar masuk stok

Magnet dan pelbagai jenis pin turut dijual di sini

Baju Melayu pelbagai size turut di dapati di sini

Aksesori remaja :: rantai tangan manik

kain pasang :: sutera korea, sari dll


Pakaian yang paling byk mendapat sambutan dan acapkali out of stock

Butang baju melayu

Pelbagai jenis pin tudung dengan harga berpatutan byk terdapat di sini

Wieda Waheeda mengenakan pakaian tajaan Kay D Aisya Boutique