Friday, December 18, 2015

Touch n Go Photocard

Thursday, November 26, 2015


Insya Allah ini yang terbaik buatku dan keluargaku....

Sweet Memories ...

 Minggu 9.11.2015 dah start packing barang2 kat meja. bawak muiz dan faiz pi opis sebab sekolah cuti panjang sempena Deepavali. Mix feelings nak tinggalkan BPP.. hmmm ... 2 wonderful years full off bitter sweet memories. Gain new knowledge and friends... close friends... sahabat...

 My roommate yang baru nak bermesra hehehe tapi tengok medal dia.. so jealous....

 with some of friends there... some.. because we are a big family...

 Bid farewell to annas also... naik pangkat...
 trying those saranghae pose ... hahaha

"Saranghae"... Last day at BPP... 13.11.2015...

Friday, November 13, 2015



Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Ikhtiar utk batuk berterusan

Tgk kt youtube ye.

Monday, November 2, 2015


View pagi nie... 

Monday, October 26, 2015


Tak update....

Friday, September 11, 2015

Alhamdulillah - UPSR Selesai

Tuesday, September 8, 2015


Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Next week UPSR

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Time and tide wait for no man

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Self realisation in Ramadhan

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

gambaq lama

Raya haji 2013

Raya Haji tahun 2014... aku kena denggi... teruk keadaan aku masa tu....
sedih... pagi raya x dak mknan.... pas solat raya gigih cari kedai mkn... semua tutup... 
pi la makan kt kfc dengkil.

Pagi raya haji 2013.. masak ayam masak ros... comotnya


Sunday, July 5, 2015

Ice cream

Monday, June 29, 2015

Conference : Being Me, Love Aisha

Putrajaya Internationl Convention Centre

Friday, June 19, 2015

Love Aisha

Being Me, Love Aisha

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Practice... Practice... More practice



Thursday, June 4, 2015

Keep moving forward

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Positive words

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Allah swt

Tuesday, May 26, 2015


Be Calm & Always Bersyukur

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Right Timing

So sorry i can't post multiple pic. 
Am having a slight glitch in blogging from mobile. (^_^)

Monday, May 18, 2015

Sunset in Putrajaya

Ayat yunus

Thursday, April 30, 2015


Sunday, April 26, 2015


Saturday, April 25, 2015

Washi tapes

My collection. MT washi tapes

Beautiful postcards

So sayang. Cannot depart with these postcards. Postcrossing community. Huhuhu


100 postcards | Beatrix Potter | Postcrossing

Tuesday, April 7, 2015


Monday, April 6, 2015

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade



Monday, March 30, 2015

8 rules for your work-life balance

Source :

Work-life balance is essential to a happier and healthier lifetsyle. Here are eight tips to help you achieve just that.

We’ve all heard about the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, so it’s incredible how few of us actually achieve the Holy Grail.
Juggling priorities isn’t easy, especially when they’re changing all the time.
You probably want the perfect job and the perfect lifestyle, but it’s best to accept that the two may prove mutually exclusive.
There are, however, several steps you can take in the right direction. Great Eatsern Life offers these eight tips:

1. Just say no
We all like to be diligent and well-respected, but we also need to be realistic. Some tasks are essential, while others are not.
In the latter case, a polite refusal can lower stress and lower expectations. Looking over a colleague’s work before it’s submitted is probably a favour, not a requirement. Likewise, dropping your neighbours’ kids off at school is a lovely thing to do, but less so if it’s making you late for meetings.
Don’t feel guilty. Just try to be fair.

2. Where does the time go?
Managing your time is just as important as managing others’ expectations.
Is the time you are dedicating to personal or professional tasks proportionate to their importance? If not, cut back. If two hours at the gym have little added effect compared to one hour, then don’t force it. You’re probably tiring yourself out – and this could adversely affect your work performance. Slice your life up sensibly!

3. A flexible approach
Some of us are bound by our working hours, but for many, options are increasingly open. Ask your employer what’s achievable for you.
“Flexi” working time is a common way of ensuring that workers complete the tasks expected of them in the time expected of them, but not necessarily within the hours dictated to them.
You may also have the opportunity to work from home if it’s feasible. Don’t be afraid to ask!

4. Work is for the workplace
You should of course only work from home when you have to. There will inevitably be times when you need to respond to an issue outside of working hours.
But just because you have a BlackBerry or work email access on your laptop, that doesn’t mean you’re duty-bound to stay attached to either.
Remember the rule about managing expectations. If you constantly behave as though you’re on call, your employer is liable to treat you as though you are.

5. You’re not alone
Self-sufficiency is a great asset, but it isn’t always healthy. You’re allowed to ask favours of your friends and close colleagues; that’s what they’re there for.
And if you’re a manager, delegate. They may not say so, but your subordinates expect it.
Take the necessary steps to ensure a good work-life balance. Illustration: TNS
Take the necessary steps to ensure a good work-life balance. Illustration: TNS
Think of all the time you’ll free up if you just occasionally ask for help. Don’t lean too heavily on others, but don’t avoid asking in times of need. You can always pay them back in kind later.

6. Family matters
You may believe that the money you earn from your employer keeps your family afloat, but there’s more to stability than salary.
Make time for your family and stick to it. Allocating hours to your nearest and dearest can certainly seem clinical, but there’s much more likelihood that you’ll stick to your other commitments and avoid letting your partner and/or children down.
If you know that a family occasion is etched in your diary, you have a far better chance of working around it.

7. Use your holidays
Annual leave exists for a reason. You may think you’re indispensible in your workplace, but the onus is on your employer to cope in your absence.
Far too many people forgo the holidays available to them out of a sense of duty to those who pay their wage.
But remember that your productivity is greatly increased by regular periods of rest, and your employer ought to encourage those!

8. Look after yourself
Yes, holidays are invaluable times for rest and relaxation. But your work-life balance will benefit from strong mental and physical health throughout the rest of the year.
So, stay active and stay engaged with activities you enjoy outside the workplace.
Also, never use the excuse that you’ve no time to cook or no time to eat. Make time! Your personal and your professional lives need nourishment. You’ll feel better for it, and so will those you live and work with.

Eight rules may sound like a lot to adapt to. But even if you try to adopt one or two, you’ll be paving the way to a life of greater happiness.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015


Depa dah pandai main congkak. Dah ada pengakuan masing2 besa tipu....

Monday, February 9, 2015



Sunday, February 8, 2015