20.3.12

Start biting you finger now coz its delicious...

Girls...even though i never get my nail polished or colored i do appreciate this kind of art...sometimes i was wondering how can someone come out with such an amazing and creative ideas when it comes to decorate their finger nails..today i'm gonna share a vid from youtube..I'm kind of addicted to this girl now..she always come with  great ideas when it comes to fashion and beauty..check this vid out and drop me your comment ok..love yah !!!!







~xoxoxoxoxox~



17.3.12

This is for you who always on the run

I found this vid in youtube..this girl is so cute..i like her idea and hope you guys like it too..try it n let me know by dropping ur comment here ok..love ya !!




~xoxoxoxox~


16.3.12

MIT Batch 63 in Memory

Memories....

















 






I miss them so muchos!!!!

25.1.12

One Morning !!

Mom and dad slept like no one business..the baby crawled around the house..picked up things on the floor and put it in her mouth..sooooo goooodddd uhhhhhh!!!!!

Crawled to the kitchen..to the bathroom..one day they might found their baby inside the toilet bowl, drowned...pffftt~


16.1.12

5 Myths About Your Breast Cancer Risk

1) If I have a family history, I am definitely at high risk. While this may be true, it’s usually not.  Most breast cancers are not genetic, and with one in eight women getting breast cancer, almost all of us will have a family history of some sort.  If your fifty-year old cousin Elsie and your ninety-year old Great Aunt Bertha have breast cancer but your mother and sister don’t, your risk is probably not increased.  But if your mother and sister were both diagnosed with breast cancer before menopause, your risk is definitely higher.

2) Big breasts are more likely to get breast cancer.  Breast size is not related to cancer risk.  While examining and screening larger breasts takes more time and attention, large breasts are at no higher risk than small breasts of developing breast cancer.

3) Because I have fibrocystic breasts and my breasts hurt, I might have breast cancer. The majority of breast cancers are painless, and most breast pain does not relate to breast cancer.  Many women have fibrocystic breasts. In fact, what we used to call fibrocystic breast disease, we now call fibrocystic change, since it’s so common and normal.  Most women with fibrocystic change do not have an increased risk of breast cancer.

4) If I use hormone replacement or birth control pills, I will die of breast cancer. There is conflicting evidence about the effect of hormones on breast cancer risk.  While some evidence supports the idea that using hormones will increase your risk of breast cancer, this risk is very, very small and most likely represents growth of a preexisting cancer.  In major studies, women who use hormones (hormone replacement or birth control pills) do not have an increased risk of dying of breast cancer compared to women who have not used hormones.

5) Mammograms will prevent me from getting breast cancer. While most experts recommend mammography for decreasing breast cancer risk, mammograms are an imperfect test and can miss breast cancers.  Breast thermograms, which evaluate blood flow and heat, may help to pick up early changes that may lead to breast cancer, while the changes may still be reversible. While breast thermograms are not well studied and may still miss breast cancers, they may have benefit for young women at high risk for whom mammography doesn’t serve as a good screening tool.  Mammography, and possibly thermography, can reduce your risk of dying from breast cancer.


5 Important Things to Know About Mammograms

They can save your life. Finding breast cancer early reduces your risk of dying from the disease by 25-30% or more. Women should begin having mammograms yearly at age 40, or earlier if they're at high risk.

Don't be afraid. Mammography is a fast procedure (about 20 minutes), and discomfort is minimal for most women. The procedure is safe: there's only a very tiny amount of radiation exposure from a mammogram. To relieve the anxiety of waiting for results, go to a center that will give you results before you leave.

Get the best quality you can. If you have dense breasts or are under age 50, try to get a digital mammogram. A digital mammogram is recorded onto a computer so that doctors can enlarge certain sections to look at them more closely.

Other tips:
Bring your past mammogram films/results with you. If you’ve been to the same facility before, make sure your past results are available to whoever is reading the study.

Once you find a facility you have confidence in, try to go there every year, so that your mammograms can be compared from year to year.

Have more than one radiologist read your study, if your insurance covers this.

Ask if your center has CAD — computer-aided detection — a tool that assists the radiologist in finding any areas of concern that need further attention.

If you’ve been referred for a mammogram because of a suspicious lump or a finding on another test, make sure your doctor includes a detailed note as to why the mammogram has been ordered. For example, if the doctor felt a lump in the upper portion of the breast, closer to the underarm, the note might say, “palpable mass in the upper outer quadrant, left breast, rule out abnormality.” Be prepared to talk about previous unusual findings or symptoms with the technologist who performs the mammogram.

Work with your doctor to compare your mammogram results with any other tests you may have had done, such as ultrasound or MRI.

On the day of the exam, wear a skirt or pants, rather than a dress, since you’ll need to remove your top for the test. Don’t wear deodorant or antiperspirant, since these can show up on the film and interfere with the test results.

Avoid scheduling your mammogram at a time when your breasts are swollen or tender, such as right before your period.

Discuss your family history of breast and other cancers — from both your mother's AND father’s side — with your doctor.

If you don’t receive any results within 30 days, call your doctor or testing facility to ask for the results.

Mammography is our most powerful breast cancer detection tool. However, mammograms can still miss 20% of breast cancers that are simply not visible using this technique. Other important tools — such as breast self-exam, clinical breast examination, and possibly ultrasound or MRI — can and should be used as complementary tools, but there are no substitutes or replacements for a mammogram.

An unusual result requiring further testing does not always mean you have breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, about 10% of women (1 in 10) who have a mammogram will require more tests.

Only 8-10% of these women will need a biopsy, and about 80% of these biopsies will turn out not to be cancer. It’s normal to worry if you get called back for more testing, but try not to assume the worst until you have more information.

When to get a mammogram
There's a lot of confusion out there about when and how often to get a mammogram. For now, the recommendation is that women get a mammogram once a year, beginning at age 40. If you're at high risk for breast cancer, with a strong family history of breast or ovarian cancer, or have had radiation treatment to the chest in the past, it's recommended that you start having annual mammograms at a younger age (often beginning around age 30). This, however, is something that you should discuss with your health care provider.


Source : http://www.breastcancer.org/


15.1.12

Mammography: Benefits, Risks, What You Need to Know

Mammograms don’t prevent breast cancer, but they can save lives by finding breast cancer as early as possible. For example, mammograms have been shown to lower the risk of dying from breast cancer by 35% in women over the age of 50. In women between ages 40 and 50, the risk reduction appears to be somewhat less. Leading experts, the National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, and the American College of Radiology now recommend annual mammograms for women over 40.

Finding breast cancers early with mammography has also meant that many more women being treated for breast cancer are able to keep their breasts. When caught early, localized cancers can be removed without resorting to breast removal (mastectomy).

The main risk of mammograms is that they aren’t perfect. Normal breast tissue can hide a breast cancer so that it doesn't show up on the mammogram. This is called a false negative. And mammography can identify an abnormality that looks like a cancer, but turns out to be normal. This "false alarm" is called a false positive. Besides worrying about being diagnosed with breast cancer, a false positive means more tests and follow-up visits, which can be stressful. To make up for these limitations, more than mammography is often needed. Women also need to practice breast self-examination, get regular breast examinations by an experienced health care professional, and, in some cases, also get another form of breast imaging, such as breast MRI or ultrasound.

Some women wonder about the risks of radiation exposure due to mammography. Modern-day mammography only involves a tiny amount of radiation — even less than a standard chest x-ray.


Source : http://www.breastcancer.org/


9 Different Silk Scarf Ideas

Again from Michelle Phan..I like this girl so much..


You got a gorgeous piece of scarf from you boy friend or friend or family as a present..The prob is, u do not cover ur head like how Muslim girls do..u might think that its a waste if u just keep it inside the wardrobe and about to give to someone else as a present too..

Wait a minute !!..watch this vid first..it might give u ideas on how to use it in more fashionable way..

Enjoy!!

Exam is tiring



I have been on hiatus for many days..actually, i'm quite busy as the training schedule is quite packed..so it makes me tired..all i do after work is sleep..haha..plus we are having our exam now...so u guys wish me luck ok..take care..


9.1.12

Fish spa treatment may spread water-borne germs

Courtesy of Google


SUBANG JAYA: People using fish spa treatment have been warned of possible health risks due to the nature of the treatment and the use of untreated water.
“Our concern is the spread of water-borne germs as not only one person uses the fish pond,” said Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
Citing an example, he said a person with an infected leg may spread it to the other users of the pond.
“Also a concern is that the water in the pond is not treated with chlorine or changed regularly,” he added.
However, Liow said the ministry was merely issuing a health advisory and not a ruling.
Liow was speaking to reporters after closing the National Combi (Communication for Behavioural Impact) Convention here yesterday.
A United Kingdom Health Protect­ion Agency had reported that fish spa treatment could be risky for those with weak immune systems or underlying medical conditions.
Fish spa treatment involves patrons placing their feet in tanks of warm water containing dozens of tiny scavenger fish which are said to clean and exfoliate the skin by taking tiny bites.
Liow said there were no immediate plans to act against fish spa operators.


Click here for source of this info




8.1.12

Poney Sales!!!



Mommies..this is for you..Poney is having stock clearance sales from 6-15 Jan 2012..the best part is, it's 70% off the actual price..awesome..why wait, grab you hubby hand and drag him there now..

6.1.12

Think Happy Thoughts and Eventually the'll come true

Today is my off day after 9 days training..my feet really pain as i stood for almost 9 hours per day..i just stay at home the whole day..washed all my clothes, cooked and cleaned the house..i am allergic to dust and dirty floor..

Time flew so fast..i forgot that i need to buy a pair of shoes for work..i can't wear the shoes that my mom bought for me..it makes my heels pain..feel like its going to come out...huhu...so i went out and bought a new shoes..not expensive one..what a relief...i hope this new shoes will not give me prob tomorrow..

After practicing docking and stretching the pizza daugh, i can already handle it well..they even use it for customer order..3 of my pizza crust being sell yesterday..1 Large New York Crust and 2 Regular Hand Toast Crust....I'm so proud la..haha..and also i did the itemizing (toping the pizza)...u might thing that it was nothing..but for me..its something..coz its really hard to prepare for the crust..

Tomorrow i already start working in shift..i will work on the morning shift until Saturday..then Sunday i will go for evening shift..I love this job so much..like the Manager said, 'If u wanna success, do what ever u do with passion'..i am trying create passion now..and its coming bit by bit..

Ok guys..i'm off to bed now..see yah some other time..nity nite ok..~peace!





3.1.12

Almost 9 days now !!!

Continued from previous post...........
 On the third day we already being sent outlet..this outlet as i told in my previous entry is 5 star outlet..5 or 6 months straight..cool uhh..

What we have learnt for the pas 8 days was really something new to me..i learnt how to docking and stretching the pizza dough..how to put the topping, the sauces, cheese and many more..i learnt how to prep all the stock..how to proof the dough..sounds like easy uhh..its easy when u r an experienced manager..so many things to remember ok..we have to stand almost 9 hours per day..STAND..not sit..my feet feel very pain..but its cool..i love my job now..

Today we managed to talk with the B*****R Restaurant Manager named Mr Hairi..yeah..his name same with my trainer name..he shared with us many things..he one of Domino's best manager...i'm glad to know him..he has wide experience and knowledge..he personally taught us today on how to do the itemizing..how to prep stock and so on..he has show us how to do it in only 30 min..so easy..haha..

The best part is when he shared on the incentives he got and he even maintained to get 12 months bonus and so on..haha..its good to hear it..haha..well..its not possible to become like him..he has 3 promotion last year..early year, middle of the year and end of the year..he is now Senior Restaurant Manager..i hope i will become like him one day..

I did ask what are his secret weapon to be very successful manager and he explain..he is a great guy la..he just  23 years old..and have so much achievement in his career..im going to be like him soon..we already got so much info from him..thanks to him..to be continue ok..im sleepy..good nite..sweet dream ok..






2.1.12

They are cool...!!!


 Good Morning!!
It has been so long i havent blogwalking..i miss ur all blogs so much..my off day will be on this thursday..i hope i can manage to go through all..insyaAllah..i have been working for more than a week now..what i can say that F&B is really cool and hectic job..but enjoyable..

My first day at the HQ was ok..i met some new friends..actually all together we have about 11 MIT for this training..alhamdulillah so the head count is still 11..i heard in some other batches, there is MIT who resigned..and i hope i'm not gonna be one of them, insyaAllah..

Most of the team member are younger that me..there is a guy who older than us that is Mr Andy..he was working in Vietnam before but being retrenched due to economic problem..pity him..this happen to my team member named Sabri also..he was giving VSS 7 months ago due to company financial prob..haih..pity them la..

Others are really young..there are 2 fresh graduate in our team..one of then is doing her master but postponed as she got this offer..all of them are really cool, funny, caring and socialable..in our team member also we have a guy who actually a Domino's staff named Firdaus (funny guy)..he was a pizza maker before and being promoted as MIT..i guess daily operation isnt really hard for him compared to us especially me..

From northern region, all together we have 4 person including me who is Mr Andy, Kris dan Husna the master girl..We have 2 from Negeri Sembilan who is Ila and Alia..both of then was a TGV staff..boleh tengok wayang free hari2..huhu..from Perak we have Sabri, Wani and Irma..and from here herself is Zatie..

Our first day is just an orientation, briefing and class..same with second day..on third day we already being located at the outlet..and our training centre is in B*****R..huhu..this is the international 5 star outlet..cool isn't it..i will continue more ok..i have to go as it already 7.15am..have a nice day guys..







1.1.12

I'm still alive and breathing well !!

Hello Guys,
My dear peep-pals..how r ya all doing..? well i guess u guys r doing so well rite..its already new year..i just realized it last nite..haha..what a very hectic week i had..everything turning upside down..haha..i bet u already knows what i am into..

My new job is super interesting and enjoyable..our trainer is super cool and helping...but ofcoz strict..but he more likely to be like a friend rather a teacher or trainer or guider or what ever u call him..i start to like an love my job now..even its stressful and always in rush..i love it so much..i learned so many things for the past 5 days..i will tell u guys later ok..

I don't have enough time update my blog..~sad..i even got food poisoning..this is bad..i vomited the whole day..i will tell u later..ok..i got to go..the traffic here isn't like at my home town..here is heavy and the drivers are all 'bikin hati panas'..haha..ok..see ya all around..take care...


Life is too short to wake up with regrets

Life is too short to wake up with regrets
So love the people who treat you right. 
Forget about the one's who don't. 
Believe things happen for a reason. 
If you get a second chance, grab it with both hands. 
If it changes your life, let it. 
Nobody said life would be easy, they just promised it would be worth it. . .


I love this quote so much..i got from my friend's status..it just remind me of myself..well..i'm the one who really afraid to take risks..when it comes to my happiness, my future..i will think 100 times and at the end it's just stay inside my head..no decision or action at all..

"Life is too short to wake up in regret"

Its true..i can't always stay at the safe side..life itself is a risk..hmm...either i have to face it and be happy (or fail - at least i gain new experience in my life) or glued myself and live in such a pathetic life..~sigh~

"Nonody said life would be easy, they just promised it would be worth it"

Yah..life would never be easy..at least, we have been promised that it would we worth it..I'm the one who can make my life worth it..no one else..its all in my hand..i dont wanna wake up in regret..

This is my life..i will do what is the best for me..and for this coming 2012..i wish for better life, better job and better salary..I wish the best for my new relationship..may it will be bless by Allah and everyone..
(this entry was created early November, before all those interviews thingy..)

Now i already got a new career and i wish i will stay success through the year..




Credit to Mytechquest


Happy New Year 2012 everyone..Enjoy every moment with full of joy, happiness and pride..I wish may all your dreams come true !!!!
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