Friday, January 3, 2014

Just a thought.

Why is it so hard for us to talk? Or even to remain as friends?

If you happen to stumble upon this page again, I want you to know that,
whatever that happened was the past.
You're still a very special person to me. And I just want to thank you for the things that happened and did not happen.

Take care and all the best in your future endeavours.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013


God, I'm so tired of life. This emotional rollercoaster is driving me crazy.
I'm so tired of trying to be so perfect in everything.
I'm so tired of trying so hard each day.
I'm so tired of thinking so much for every single thing that bothers me.
I'm so tired of thinking of what I want to do and can't do.
I'm so tired of all these problems coming one after another.
It's so tiring to be penalized for little mistakes that I've done.
I'm really really tired.

If you're listening, me.

Monday, June 3, 2013

11 Differences Between Dating a Boy Vs a Man

Published on June 2nd, 2013 | by FM

11 Differences Between Dating a Boy Vs a Man

1. A man knows what he wants, and goes for it. A boy may have somewhat of an idea, but not really. He doesn’t think too much about it, and even if he does, doesn’t exert much effort to get it. A boy is passive, a man is assertive.
2. A man plans for his future and is working towards building a foundation and infrastructure in order to have a family (at some point in his life).  A boy lives only in the moment and his plans are mostly around which bar he’s going to hit up on the weekend.
3. A man looks for a woman with intelligence, who is supportive, grounded and encompasses a shared set of values when choosing a partner. A boy cares mostly only for girls who are hot, wild and exciting.
4. A man knows a good woman when he meets one and will take initiative to get to know her. A boy may make an attempt if you’re lucky, but gives up before ever really trying.
5. A man has the courage to have uncomfortable conversations. He is honest with his intentions and lets people know where they stand. A boy avoids. He ignores confrontation or any serious talks about feelings. Instead of dealing with a situation, he runs away from it or creates drama or excuses to mask the fact he’s not that into you or a relationship.
6. A man knows when to invest in a woman and jump in with two feet. A boy is always “testing” – he doesn’t fully commit because he never knows if he is quite ready. But the truth is, because he is a boy, regardless of who he meets, he will never be ready due to the stage of life he is in.
7. A man knows how to have a good time and be social, but is often busy making strides in his career and building his life. A boy is getting crunk with his buddies at the bar every weekend.
8. A man takes the time to reflect on the type of man he wants to be, the example he wants to leave and the vision for his life. He has put thought into his values. A boy has not established his moral compass or values and consequently, is often inconsistent.
9. A man has integrity. He means what he says, and says what he means. He has follow through and actions his promises. And if he can’t he has the guts to tell you why. A boy makes promises but doesn’t follow through.
10. A man is afraid of rejection but will put himself out there anyway. A boy is afraid of rejection and acts passive so that his pride and ego won’t ever get too banged up.
Now, a lot of these differences require taking the time to know someone to figure out if the apple of your eye is indeed a man, or a mere boy. However, one of the quickest filters that you can notice from the beginning is this:
11. A boy plays games. A man doesn’t.
Today, a dear friend of mine, shared this link with me. Guys, you're no longer getting any younger. A person's heart is not meant to be played. If you're not ready, please don't lead the girl on and promise her all the things you know you can't do. Because she's so silly and naive that she keeps on believing. And at the end of the day, it hurts and the heart bleeds. 

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Keeping quiet.

When I keep quiet, that doesn't mean everything is OK. In fact, everything is NOT ok.
Tearing up just seem so natural these few days, it seems like an unfavourable past time to comfort myself in this difficult period, crying silently in my room and looking alright as I leave my comfort zone.

Only God knows how much it hurts.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

I will try and...

Becoming 23 years old in 6 days time, I would like to make it a point to do something for/about myself. I've realized how many times I have taken granted the time that I was given.
I'll be more realistic this year with the things I want to do. And start with something more achievable rather than being hyped up and zealous about doing something I would absolutely not do.

1. I will try and take my omega 3 capsules every night.
2. I will try and drink more green tea instead of milo or coffee.
3. I will try and do my weekly facial régime.
4. I will try and finish 2 books before Seremban starts.
5. I will try and take multivitamins the one especially for women. (Hehe)
6. I will try and take more fruits and vegetables and make everyone eat salad every week or at least once a month in Seremban.
7. I will try and keep track of my money in a tech savvy way.

And after a long lists of 'I will try and', i just realized something.

The correct usage is actually... I will try to...and It's not ' I will try and'.. I literally direct translated that Malay phrase.. (Saya akan cuba dan..)

Hahaha..shit... I guess, last but not least..

8. I will try to improve my English.

Special shoutout to Mr Joojoo. Thank you, darling for buying me 'Dot'. I'll use it well when I'm in Seremban! 8) Love you to bits and pieces.

My first ever gift from Sephora. And a fishing cap! 😍

Dot by Marc Jacobs.

And a simple handmade card for my love for our first Valentines.
And some Lindt chocolates.

Happy Chinese New Year.
Happy Valentine's Day, Cabby and everyone!
And Happy Birthday, Fabby. :D