08 March 2020


I tergerak hati nak tulis post ni sebab sejak ramai yang nampak perubahan hidup I dekat Instagram. If you follow me on Instagram, you'll know that I sekarang berkecimpung dalam bidang hartanah. Ramai yang tanya kenapa masuk hartanah? Dulu belajar lain, lepas tu masa awal-awal kerja pun bidang lain. Then nak jadi suri-rumah, dah tak tahan jadi suri rumah, bila mula kerja balik terus tukar bidang kerja. Kenapa? Senang sangat ke nak jadi agen hartanah ni? Hehe... Jawapannya, YES! Tapi... Tapi... tak semudah itu. Nanti I cerita more on this dekat bawah, so kalau nak tahu teruskan membaca.

23 February 2020


Ever since I started 10-Step Korean Skincare Routine, hyaluronic acid has been like a holy grail ingredient to help recover my acne. I've been seeing a lot of skincare products in the market promoting this ingredient. At first, I wasn't that eager to have it tried out because I didn't read much on hyaluronic acid and hearing the word acid made me thought it might be harsh on my skin, especially with this bad breakout I had. Read my post:


In the post above I recorded my journey from a very bad breakout where I had cystic acne to clearing all that within 2 months. This was also made possible because I used started using Hyluronic Acid in my routine after I finally took some time to read and study it. I was stunned to know that Hyaluronic Acid could help combat acne so I had to get it right away. There were so many kinds until it was hard for me to choose which one I should try using but to be safe I bought the product which many beauty bloggers have raved about. Ever since hyaluronic acid is one of the must-have ingredients in my skincare routine. Read on below to know the summary of my reading on this ingredient and how it helps skin problems with acne.

06 February 2020


Hey peeps and Assalamualaikum,
I adalah ex-student UiTM dalam jurusan Diploma in Art Managements Fakulti Teknologi Kreatif dan Artistik (TEKA) Kampus Puncak Alam. Dah lama sangat graduate sebenarnya, dah dekat 10 tahun. Tujuan I tulis post ni sebab walaupun dah lama graduate, ramai yang masih DM tanya mengenai jurusan ni. Kadang-kadang sampai tak terlarat nak jawab, mungkin sebab korang terjumpa blogpost lama-lama I masa zaman belajar dalam carian google. Waktu tu I baru buat blog, so banyak experience peribadi I tulis yang melibatkan aktiviti yang I lalui di UiTM Puncak Perdana dulu. So kalau you guys nak tahu serba sedikit mengenai jurusan Pengurusan Seni ni boleh teruskan membaca, tapi I tak pastilah kalau apa yang diajar masih sama macam waktu I belajar dulu.

05 February 2020


Hi dan Assalamualaikum. Post kali ni berbeza dari my usual posts sebab I'm gonna pour out my feelings and emotions on this post. This post might show a spiritual side of me, which I rarely show, but for this post I'm gonna be open about it. Sebut tentang 'Nak Ubah Hidup' memang dah lama I nak ubah hidup, I rasa macam hidup I sekarang ni lost since I don't know where I'm heading. I'm 28 this year and a mother of one, I'm a housewife which I'm not proud off. Why? Well let's say I have never seen myself as a housewife and I don't really function as a housewife too. What I'm certain after dah 2 years jadi housewife is that I cannot continue life like this? Why? Because I selalu feel demotivated with myself. I had very negative thoughts and energy which ruined my mental state, so the start of this year, I promised myself I was going to change all that and I did and I'm still trying to maintain that. But bukan senang, motivation and being consistent is hard to maintain tapi I sentiasa berdoa I boleh. Mungkin ini juga petunjuk dari Allah, wallahualam, but I feel like it's like meant to be. Keep on reading to know why.

17 January 2020


I've been wanting to write this for a long time, now since my son is 2 years old I feel like it should be the right time to share my experience. I'm still trying to have him wean off which is another struggle I'm trying to solve, but that's another story for me to share later on. For now, I feel like sharing my breastfeeding journey, which I hope could be helpful to new mothers out there who have no experience. First of all, let me make it clear that I'm no professional in this field, I'm just a mother doing it's mother duty the best I can. So what I share I based on how I feel about my breastfeeding journey. Keep reading to know my story.
P/S: I'll mix this post with BM and English because my readers mostly request reading in BM and I feel that writing personal posts like this in BM should be better.

09 January 2020


Another year has come and I bet we all are being motivated to have a fresh start. I certainly am, I think I've been entertaining my moody emotions for too long already. 2019 wasn't such a great year for me but I hope 2020 is. I have strict goal plans this year and I really do hope I get to achieve them as last year I accomplished nothing. Seriously, I was unable to tick any of my goals off and it's heartbreaking. It feels like it isn't me and I took my life for granted. I used to be motivated, I had goals and dreams ever since school and I always made sure I accomplish them. Of course, there were certain changes in goals throughout the years because I kept changing my path, especially in my career.

Before I got married, my goal was to succeed in my career, I always dreamt that I'm gonna work in a big company and rise above. Well, I sorta did, just after I finished my degree, I went straight to work, I was at a fast phase back then because I didn't want to waste time, I already started applying for jobs during my final month of degree, while I was busy for my finals, I was taking interviews already. I'm kinda lucky with jobs I guess back then, the ones I applied I'll usually get called in and I get the job. So I didn't have to apply for a lot of jobs. It wasn't so hard for me to get jobs back then, I skipped 3 jobs in a year and finally settled in a company based in KL. Honestly, I avoided companies in KL because I didn't like city life, but turns out, it was the one for me. My life was pretty much taking its place there, I graduated, got engaged, married, suddenly pregnant and then I gave birth to a son.

When I became a mother my goals suddenly changed, during the phase that my son was tiny and fit perfectly held in my arms, I wanted to give my career up for this one, but still, I was indecisive. I wasn't sure and I had a hard time thinking about it but eventually, I did go back to work and it was never the same as before. Things got complicated when my routine started changing and also my body wasn't helping much too. I had to leave my son at my mums for the weekdays and pick him up on the weekends, and since I was breastfeeding too, I had engorged breast almost every day. I had to find time and space to pump and commuting to work wasn't easy too as I was depending on public transportation. It was burnout mostly and I wasn't happy to be away from my son.

My husband was also at the peak of his career back then, his time was limited and I usually end up going home alone which was more tiring. After much discussion, I gave in, my husband didn't force me to quit, but since we were trying to downsize by moving to Puncak Alam, I eventually resigned. At that time I kinda didn't have much of a choice since by working I didn't get much too with the hassle of commuting and all, so I had to sacrifice my path so that my husband could focus on his path first.

Now 2 years have passed and my mind and goals are ready for a new change. I have been 2 years as a housewife and I don't think that is the life for me. Within those 2 years, I easily got stressed and countless times having some kind of a mental breakdown. There is a big difference between working mums and a housewife for sure and each has its pros and cons since I've tasted both. Being a working mum, it's tiring having to juggle between work and home and of course it creates stress. But the difference is that you have some time away from home, and your motivations and goals are determined since there's a definite path on where your career leads you. And also at the end of the month, you earn your own money, which makes you less guilty to get anything you want.

While for being a housewife, many working mums say it's a luxury to be. Well yes, if you're husband is super-rich, of course, you'll live in luxury. If you don't have a maid and a babysitter, you're pretty much working as a maid and babysitter yourself in your own home. House chores never end, there's always much work to be done, and handling a toddler itself is already a lot of stress. Some questions about what we do all day because of the house ain't even neat and tidy. If my husband asks me that question, which he dares not ask, I'll go on full dragon mode, seriously. Ever since I started being a housewife, I started snoring at night, which my husband could see how tired I get at home. I'll usually sleep way before him because I need to wake up way before him.

Anyhow, if I'm talking about my life as a housewife it may never end in this post, so to cut things short., I'm done. DONE! Well, not completely done. LOL... I'm just done being sad, moody and demotivated. I'm ready to have a career again. Honestly, I tried to apply for work again but it's not easy, I have to think where to put my son, how to commute and also about money. But before all that, I didn't even get a call for an interview. Wow... being a house mum for 2 years and my path seems to be blocked but that's okay because I'm not still 100% sure that I could work office hours too. So my husband tried to support and opened up my mind to try working with him instead.

Both of us never wanted to work with each other before because we didn't wanna mix our personal life and career, but now we're at a spot where we should. Working with my husband gives me the freedom to adjust my schedule and of course get major help from my husband too. Don't get me wrong, I'm not hoping to depend on him 100%, I have brains and kind of a big ego too when it comes to success. I want success coming from myself. What I mean help is that, if I can't make it to an appointment, or if something happens so sudden, I have my husband to back me up because he knows how to cover. Besides, this is the only job that I don't have to sacrifice Maliq, I could still take care of him without sending him to a nursery. My husband and I only plan to send him to a nursery once he knows how to talk.

Anyways, now I started my working career, as soon as 2020 kicked in, my husband and I went fully focus. We are now both Property Agents and my husband is also my team leader which gives it some perks too because we're both on the same team to earn. So the more focus and committed we are, the more we earn, and we sure hope by this year, we are able to have savings and probably buy our own home too. My goals are to have an income every month and also get a small car for me to run around easily.  So to help me focus on this job, my mum offers to babysit Maliq on weekends so I could work and serve appointments, while on weekdays, I'll have Maliq and work from home, calling clients and set appointments. So if there's any urgent things I need to do on weekdays, I'll have my husband back me up for now. So that's our goal this year, to have teamwork in earning and also to bring up Maliq by ourselves too.

So that's it peeps! Have a great 2020. I hope you all are pumped up for this year too.

14 December 2019


When Maliq was around 8 months, I started to find milk bottles again for him because I wanted to start giving formula milk to him. He's doesn't each much and I don't think I provide enough milk too, so started the formula milk journey was hard too. It took quite a long time to find a suitable one and even milk bottles played a big role too. I gave him the normal milk bottles but he didn't like it, I changed from one teat to another, he didn't want it either. I gave him cups and sippy bottles which also didn't encourage him to drink much either until I was introduced to these bottles from Grosmimi. Why? Keep on reading.