I decided to call my favourite month of August as Auggie.
Ha Ha. Sounds like Maggie isn't it.

In Auggie, many uneventful things happenned.
I shall save the stories till.... God knows when I will blog about it. LOL

A little note about me that I obtained from Astrology.com
Every year during my birthday, it gives me a free reading pertaining to my current life.
All I have to do is key in my birthdate and a report will be prepared.

Below is the excerpt. Its not a full reading for which i have to purchase it. I'm contented with just a simple and short report.


Section 1: How You Approach Life and How You Appear To Others

High-spirited, enthusiastic, and exuberant, you love adventure, change, exploring new territory, and are not happy confined to the same safe, familiar, secure little world all the time.

You have a strong restlessness and yearning for something greater than anything you've yet experienced, and you often live in your dreams and visions for the future.

You tend to believe that the grass is greener somewhere else and you like to keep moving, either literally or figuratively.

Idealistic and optimistic, you always expect something better ahead.

You love to have a goal, something to aim for, but once you achieve it youare on to something else.

You are ever on the lookout for new opportunities and you are a gambler, willing to take risks and to break new ground.

The possibility of discovering something new is what makes life interesting for you.

You have great faith in life and bounce back quickly from disappointment and failure.

Section 2: The Inner You: Your Real Motivation

Proud and intensely individual, you really want to stand out,to be the very best you can be, and to be recognized and appreciated for your unique contributions.

Doing something well and being respected for it is extremely important to you, and you cannot tolerate being in the background, taking orders from others, or being "just one of the team".

You must put your personal stamp on whatever you do, and direct your own course inlife.

You need to have a place where you can shine, express yourself creatively, and be the one in charge.


Honestly, I think the above is so true. I would not deny it. Its just the way I am, and I am contented with who I am (with greater heights of course). Will live my life with greater hopes and with higher goals.

God bless!

Sidenote: Thanks to Wenni's advice, I passed my GCP test. My appreciation to her!

My template is like a piece of sheet (homonym to those who get it XD)
The consequence of fooling around too much with the html codes
Will make it nicer eventually (hopefully)

In preparation for the coming GCP workshop.

I had two copies (both 83 pages long) of reading material to go through.
Will not be memorizing.

Just some understanding and hopefully with the exercises provided by speakers, I'll manage to squeeze through.

All I got to do is read, read and read till it registers in my mind. Halleluyah! God bless me!

Sidenote: Yesterday I prepared my second batch of eco-enzyme. It consists of pure lemon skins.

Oh my, the GCP schedule is out and the workshop will be held on August 3-5.

I am terrified..

I haven't sat for any exams since graduation.

My memory power is lacking since.

I have yet to memorize, just browsed through all the pages (83 pages in total)

I am freaking out..

Tonnes of workload to finish.

God, help me!

Had a try on preparing the suddenly famed eco-enzyme yesterday.
Psst.. Take a peep...

My eco-enzyme consists of 4 lemons (after juicing) and a zucchini which will rot sooner or later in the fridge.

I actually stumbled upon preparing my own eco-enzyme due to 2 reasons:

a) I heard it from Nicole and saw her using it at the most recent party. Her comments are fairly good and since it is not hazardous to the environment, no harm trying. Right?

b) My mom always juiced out lemon or lime for us and our whole family drinks it in the morning (once we woke up, diluted with water before consuming). According to her, it is good for the health. Considering our empty stomach absorbs best in the morning, we had our daily natural Vitamin C supplement without fail. Of course what's left are the skin. Seeing her throwing away the skin, it occurred to me that it could be made into eco-enzyme.

I bought a pack of organic brown sugar (white sugar is not encouraged) at RM4.50 a pack yesterday night.

The ingredients:

Lemon and zucchini with organic brown sugar, last but not least, 'Diamond' energy water (I fret to use tap water) and the end result (should I say the beginning, since it must be left to ferment for 3 months) is my first homemade eco-enzyme.

Will have a review on the use of the eco-enzyme in October when the maturity date ends.
(Doesn't it sound like a unit trust or something. Ha Ha)

Since I have surplus lemon skins everyday, I will continue to prepare it. For the sake of the mother earth, lets make this a better place to live in.

For more information on preparing your own eco-enzyme, take a peep at here and here.

Today is the last day of work for a colleague of mine.

I know she had been waiting for this day since a month ago. XD

The day has finally arrived.

We had farewell lunch at our meeting room. Potluck to be exact. It was highly unusual.

I think we are tired of eating out for every single occasion and hence the potluck.

The atmosphere was definitely merrier than before.

All of us had a good laugh while eating. Since, a day ago, our company trip to
Redang has been confirmed, 90% of our topic revolves around Redang.

The beautiful Redang Island

We talked from the sun to the sandy beach, to beach volleyball, snorkeling, games and the Summer Music Live Fest.

I love music but the minute i heard its a Chinese band performing live, I dreaded it.

Because, when I don't understand the lyrics, I couldn't seem to enjoy the songs.

Back to the farewell lunch.

It was good, as always I will sit with a good friend of mine and chat about the silliest things, laugh on our own and almost ignoring the people around us.

The whole team

Well the farewell definitely did not end there.

There was another round later after work (which only four of us knew

After work, I rushed from
Bukit Jalil to Cheras.

Knowing that
MRR2 will definitely be congested with cars, I only reached Cheras at approximately 7 pm. My friends had to wait for me for a little while (sorry friends) and without wasting anymore time, we headed to LookOut Point immediately.

Overlooking the spectacular view of KL city, we chatted happily, laughing all the way and just enjoying our dinner and company.

Over the past couple of months, we have gotten close because we are the youngest in the company.

We had so many topics in similar and chit chatting was effortless. Therefore 4 of us tend to bond easier and faster than others.

It was great fun and a pleasure to meet her. Although it was her last day, it will not be the last of seeing her. It definitely will not.

To my friend.


I slept early yesterday, sometime between 9 or 10 pm.
Woke up in the middle of the night to the mumbles of my sister. I wasn't all conscious and I drifted back to my sleep soon after.

I woke up very early in the morning, 7.30 am to be exact. As I feel good and refreshed, I looked forward to a productive day at work.

Reached office 10 minutes before 9 am. Hoping to start my day early, I grabbed into my bag and searched for a tag attached with my office keys.

I searched high and low, almost overthrowing all the things packed neatly in my bag. To my horror, the tag is well, not there.

This does not look good, did i leave in the car or in my house? My memory served me well this morning and I am sure I never take my keys out yesterday.

So, I peeked across the glass door, into my dark office and there it was.
My keys, lying on my office desk.

Shooottt, I said to myself. How can I be so careless. Well there's no way i could break in. So the only way is to sms my colleague and wait. Lucky thing i brought my reading book today.

So finally i managed to get in and
walllaaaa.. time to start my productive day once again.


Have been ignoring my blog for such a long time for now.
Was actually lazy tired to blog about past events that I have attended.
Even tagging photos and writing captions in
fb seems like a 'burden' to me.
Perhaps work has taken its toll on me.
I get tired by the time the clock hits 11 pm.

Honestly, I think, I lack the motivation to blog.
Its like the motivation to study when I was in uni.

~~Flash back to my uni life~~

Exam is around the corner, with only less than a month left.
I had no motivation to study. Was still jollying when I saw a dear friend of mine studying her notes in the library. I still remember the conversation vividly and it goes like this:

Me: Hey, have you started your revision yet?
Friend: Oh yea, long time ago. This is my second round
Me: What?????? *become panicky almost instantly*

As soon as I reached home, at my table, I took out a piece of paper, scribbled on it and finally prepared a schedule for my revision.

It went on for almost 3 or 4
sems. Whenever I need the motivation, without fail, I would consult her and ask the ultimate question. A minute later, I get 'fire' burning in my head and the next thing, I would just want to rush back home and prepare my revision schedule and stick to it.

that's the motivation that I'm looking for now. Sadly, I couldn't find the flame or the source yet.

Talking about my uni life, I do miss it, loads.
Last year in uni was one of the most memorable one. Although we were busy with thesis and final year project, that was the time i truly appreciate the student life
I'm having. Best of all,
I met loads of wonderful friends there and I wish we will stay that way forever.

*cheers to everyone*

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