Something I like to do at home would be doing my own mani-pedi at home. However, I do admit that I still prefer let the manicurist to do the reshaping and getting rid of my nail cuticles. Recently, I get to know about this nail parlour called Mojo Nail Cafe in SS2. I decided to give it a try since it's not that far away from the place I am staying at now.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Well, it is not secret that Malaysians live to eat more than they eat to live. Self-reward and indulgence would not be complete if food wasn't in the equation. As such, we're known to travel across great distances in pursuit of a bowl of authentic Penang Asam Laksa or a plate of east coast Nasi Dagang.
With this apparent obsession with our food, it is not surprising that Malaysians are amongst the most obese in the South East Asia region according to National Health and Morbidity Survey 2014 (NHMS). People often overindulge in the myriad of sumptuous but unhealthy local fare. It goes without saying that for many of us, giving in to temptation is a friendly foe that takes precedence over health. And we all know that healthy food has not enjoyed much favourable reputation where taste is concerned. It is often viewed as too bland or too expensive to prepare.
Monday, November 09, 2015
It's been almost two weeks since am back from my Korea trip, it was a really dream-comes-true kinda trip as I managed to tick off a few items from my bucket list! I will definitely pen down everything that I've experienced during the entire trip but let me talk about this most talked about place in Busan - Gamcheon Culture Village (부산 감천문화마을) - that also known as "Santorini of the East", "Machu Picchu" and even the "Favelas".
Fun Fact: Gamcheon Culture Village "Stair To See Stars" has 148 steps and was called this because people would become dizzy and see stars from carrying up heavy loads.
All this while, I only see all the pastel-ish picturesque photos on Google and Instagram, to be able to visit this place seemed quite surreal to me. Actually, it's pretty surreal for me to finally visit KOREA, one of my dream countries to visit. What makes it even better was the weather, it's fall/autumn season, hence the pleasant chilly weather that perfect for an adventure!
Friday, November 06, 2015
The month of October has been a somewhat traveling month for me. It almost like one after another. The one-week long company trip was fun and loaded with tons of good food, or I would say seafood galore kind of meals, for almost every day. It was crazy and it kinda made my skin turned cray-cray too! Having menses the following week wasn't helping at all. It got worst and thankfully, I had a week of rest before another week long of Korea trip. Right after my last day of my menses, I went to Sliq Clinic to try out one of their signature treatment - Fire & Ice Facial Treatment.
Wednesday, November 04, 2015
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Deepavali is one of the most celebrated festivals in Malaysia. With colorful lighting, rangolis, and most importantly by bursting crackers, this festival is celebrated widely in Malaysia, especially by the Hindus. Women take a lot of effort to look their best during this festival as it also marks family get together and reunion of friends etc.
So, how have you planned to look this Diwali? Here are 10 simple and easy tips to look gorgeous this Deepavali. Make sure that you check them out and focus on what you have missed so that you will look the best. Have a look…