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Wednesday, September 27, 2017


I love shopping and my favorite would be Anna Sui brands too, fall in love with the luggage! Happy that I was able to make it yesterday for launch the first time to the Trillion Kuala Lumpur.

Good news to Malaysians who love Anna Sui and love travel. Recognising that Malaysians love to travel and want to look and feel good while travelling, Guardian Malaysia has collaborated with Anna Sui to develop exclusively designed collection to delight our shoppers!

The Anna Sui Luggage Collection, comprising two trolley bags, one tote bag and one designer case, can be redeemed at attractive, discounted prices under its latest loyalty programme which starts tomorrow. Speaking at the programme’s launch today, Ms. Christina Low, Marketing Director of Guardian Health And Beauty Sdn Bhd, said: “Our chose to work with Anna Sui as she has a strong influence in both beauty and fashion which are highly relevant to our health and beauty business. It is also to bring aspirational brands at affordable prices to the mass market.’’

According to Christina, Anna Sui said the luggage collection was inspired by perfume, butterflies and roses and colours of bright pop art, fuchsia and orange, but each design was inspired by different events in her career.

The story behind the designs, as provided by Anna:
1. The 24-inch trolley bag: “The pattern comes from a Mid-century modern tea towel, with a barber shop quartet theme. It originally appeared in my Fall 2012 collection, which was inspired by the work of Charles and Ray Eames, and their collection of Folk Art Americana. We customized the print with Anna Sui slogans, perfume bottles and lipstick tubes.”

2. The 20-inch trolley bag: “The butterfly print came from dresses in my Spring 2009 collection. The colours of the original pattern were quite similar to the way they are on the luggage. Some of the butterflies have been replaced with bottles of my Romantica fragrance!”

3. Tote-bag: “The rose bordered stripe design was originally done-up in black and white, with red flowers for a dress in my Spring 2007 collection. It remains one of the most iconic Anna Sui prints. A runway shot of the dress is on the cover of my new book, The World of Anna Sui.”

4. Designer case: “The pattern is derived from various Anna Sui cosmetic boxes over the years.”

But there is more. Guardian is offering two limited edition Anna Sui Eau De Toilette (EDT) starting in November. The EDT, in handy size of 30ml each, are the Dreams Yellow, and La Vie De Boheme, both prized at RM99.00, inclusive of GST, and would be available in only 150 selected stores.

At the launch Christina said: “To meet our shoppers’ changing needs, we have been constantly refreshing our health and beauty product offerings, and continuously looking for creative campaigns that are relevant to the business to reward our shoppers.

“This exclusive collaboration with Anna Sui, we believe is a fitting way to thank our loyal shoppers. Her design and collection whether they are fashion or perfume, are sought after and much-loved by a wide spectrum of women.”

“We are confident that the luggage collection will be a winner with our customers,” she added.



For every purchase of RM20, shoppers will receive one stamp. They get one extra stamp if the purchase includes one of the 33 participating brands. Among the main participating brands are:
Bio-essence, Dettol, Dove, Maybelline, Nivea and Pantene.

They need to collect 10 stamps to redeem one item at the discounted price:
The discounted prices of the four items are:
- 24-inch trolley bag at RM159.90 (compared to retail price of RM399);
- 20-inch trolley bag at RM129.90 (compared to retail price RM199);
- Tote bag at RM69.90 (compared to retail price of RM129);
- Designer case at RM59.90 (compared to retail price RM99). 

Stamps will be issued starting from 28 September 2017 onwards.
Redemption starts from 28 October and ends on 31 December, 2017 or while stocks last. For more information, please visit

Now you know how to shop these beautiful Anna Sui designs travel bags. It will be a nice gift ideas for yourself or loved ones.

About Guardian Malaysia
Guardian Malaysia started as a 200-sqft pharmaceutical retail outlet catering to the expatriate community 50 years ago. Today, it is the leading pharmacy, health and beauty retail chain in the country, with more than 420 stores nationwide, providing an unrivalled variety of pharmaceutical, health and beauty products. The chain of stores serves more than 30 million customers across the country.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

NIVEA Protect & Care Deodorant

Everyone has got a busy lifestyle, just sharing with you today. Do you know that underarm skin is delicate? Any plucking hair out by the root can damage the hair follicles, leading to ingrown hairs and enlarged pores. The alternative isn't any better - while shaving, the pressure of the blade on uneven underarm skin can lead to small cuts. In addition, debris removed during shaving may contain up to 36% of skin!

As hair removal damages your skin and often cause irritation, NIVEA has developed Protect & Care, a deodorant that is enriched with the essence of NIVEA creme, capturing the brand's heritage of quality beauty creams with its distinctive care ingredients and delicate scent. NIVEA Protect & Care deodorant offers long-lasting protection of up to 48hours and at the same time, the innovative and skin-friendly formula gently care for your skin, keep you fresh all day giving you softer and smoother underarms. 

I do shaved my arms and glad to have the Nivea Protect & Care Deodorant with me.

NIVEA Protect & Care is available in all leading stores and pharmacies nationwide. It's easy for me to travel use too, as I am busy mom of two boys. I'm always on the go.
NIVEA Protect & Care doeodorant 50ml roll-on-bottle, and 150ml spray.

 NIVEA's care value of care, NIVEA Protect & Care will be organising the NIVEA Care Run on 29 October 2017 which fall on Sunday, the 5km run will be held at Precinct 6 Putrajaya, features educational activities that raise awareness about underarm care. Participants are also able to share the care with friends and family through the exclusive NIVEA Protect & Care gift pack in the run kit. Not just that they will also get a chance to win great prizes in the lucky draw during the run.

In addition, a portion of the proceeds from the run will go towards Yayasan Budi Penyayang Malaysia (PENYAYANG), a charitable organization, which raises and distributes funds to support needy Malaysians. With a target of at least 3,000 participants, each individual runner will also be during their part to help Malaysians in need to receive assistance in areas such as education and healthcare.

Leading support to this cause are local celebrities Siti Saleha, Nading Heng and Fiqrie who will be there to meet, greet and cheer on the participants.

Let's experience a fun-filled event and show your care for communities in need by signing up at . Registration is RM65 per person and each participant will receive a run kit and NIVEA goodies worth more than RM100.

You can also find more information on to find more about NIVEA products.

Friday, September 22, 2017


speech by JC Loke, the Head of E-Commerce Department

 Jaya Grocer, owned by Trendcell Sdn. Bhd. expands business network aims to maintain steady growth in 2017.

Paving the way for an amazing online shopping experience in Malaysia, Jaya Grocer Online announced its official launch in an event held at the Starling Mall, Damansara Uptown. Led by a strong and experienced team, the online platform is designed to create a simple and user friendly approach to shopping online whilst retaining the personalized shopping experience. The launch event saw a perfect combination of fun and exciting activities while gaining the attention of attendees of the event with the fresh approach to online shopping. The online portal was launched in the glamours presence of the Jaya Gover's newly appointed ambassador, the MasterChef Celebirty, Chef Dato' Fazley Yaakob.

Speaking about the launch and sharing insights on, JC Loke, the Head of E-Commerce Department said, "Shopping grocery online is not something new in the market. Every day, we face the challenge for customer's expectation and user experience on our online portal. I believe, by keep improving these two factors, we will able to create bigger market acceptance and exposure. There are many exciting programs on the platform, just stay tuned from time to time".
Speech by Jaya Grocer brand ambassador, the MasterChef Celebirty, Chef Dato' Fazley Yaakob

  The online portal is easy to use and purposely tailored to accommodate customer's hectic lifestyle by allow them to order online via the home computer or office at or while on-the-go via the mobile apps, available in both iOS and Google Playstore.

Jaya Grocer Online also promises the same day delivery fee at RM9, with free deliveries for purchase above a certain amount.

 The online portals offers a wide range of products such as fresh meats, fruits and vegetables, food essentials, bakery, household appliances, pet care and much more. Jaya Grocer Online also carries fresh and seasonal food products from America, Europe and Australia. There is also a range of organic, gluten-food for the health conscious customers.

 Currently, residents in Klang Valley including Kuala Lumpur, Subang, Damansara, Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam are able to use the service. Soon, the service will expand its delivery network to Cyberjaya, Putrajaya and other areas.
To celebrate the news, Jaya Grocer Online will offer free delivery for the purchase above RM150 during the whole month of September while the First-time users will automatically get one-time free delivery upon signing up.

Let's not read here, if you have a busy lifestyle, you can now shop online from office or home for groceries and others by shopping online using the Jaya Grocer Online.
Thank you Jaya Grocer for inviting me to the Jaya Grocer Online launched event. I have busy mom lifestyle and I can now use this Jaya Grocer Online to shop from home.


Yesterday, I took time off to attend a meaningful event, it's related to poor family, orphanage and education for children. The Giving Bank joint hand and forces with Creight Event & Services
and the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development aims to support the less fortunate children to school in year 2018.

A community educational fund raising project, organized by The Giving Bank together with Creight Event & Services and the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development has organized an event under the theme of “Fashion for Love”. With a slogan, “Supporting Children to School”.

Is education so important??? We believe so.

These children are from a poor family background and their parents could not afford to send their kids to school. Because these kids are not being exposed to education, the chances of them learning and being able to feed themselves or being independent is relatively low. The cycle of poverty and the relation to being a less fortunate will never end and it will continue for generations to come.
The only way to fight this is to give the children hope, giving them an equal chance of education exposure, grow up well and leading them to decent employment. With such, the scenario will change to a positive structure.
Knowledge is Power. Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. Help those who need help in their education. Only by doing this will society progress, become harmonious and stable., said Dr. Janson Ang Founder of The Giving Bank.

The project is held with a simple objective. The mission is to raise funds from the public community to serve and cater 300 multi racial children in need. We believe everyone deserves an equal right to education. Going to school and seeking education is a very important element at every stage of growth. This will give the child hope and a chance to experience something that they’ve never experienced before and help them become useful members of the society. We are here together, to bring love and happiness to these children. We want to bring joy to them. We want this to be special and meaningful. We want them to know that many people out there are loving them.

We have started to build the team and its formation gearing towards the total planning since August 2017, and we have arrived to a stage in having our Press Conference yesterday gearing towards the main highlight in October 8th 2017 at HGH Convention Centre said Mr. Simon Goh, Founder of Creight Events.

We are raising the educational funds, and it will lead to the official giving ceremony. The solicitation of this total campaign will go to the respective schools having the headmaster and school PIBG committees to monitor. The beneficiaries of these 300 children will be able to use the funds to pay for their school fees, or to purchase items such as books, stationaries, school uniforms, school bags and shoes.

We have carefully picked and have selected 12 schools in total to work with and they are as below :
(1) SJKC Bukit Tangga
(2) SJKT Bukit Beruntung
(3) SK Bukit Beruntung
(4) SJKC Kalumpang
(5) SJKC Kerling
(6) SJKC Serendah
(7) SJKC Bukit Fraser
(8) SJKC Batang Kali
(9) SJKT Ladang Sg. Choh
(10) SK Taman Bunga Raya
(11) SJKC Choong Wen
(12) SJKC Mun Choong

To support the project by donating, please log in to : 

Along with us today are orphanage homes which needs love and support too. To keep the homes running, we will also be apportioning some donation fund to cater for their monthly usage.
Together with us in this special occasion are (7) homes, and the beneficiaries to this event are
non other than :
1) Pertubuhan Kebajikan Dan Pendidikan Anak Yatim Dan Miskin Raudhatul Nurr Jannah
2) Persatuan Kebajikan Sweet Care Selangor & Kuala Lumpur
3) Persatuan Kebajikan Damai Chempaka Kuala Lumpur & Selangor
4) Lighthouse Children Welfare Home Association
5) Rumah Victory Children Home
6) Persatuan Kebajikan Ti-Ratana Kuala Lumpur
7) Rumah Kanak Kanak Angels Kuala Lumpur


Added on, Ms. Ivlyn Tan Director of Creight Event mentioned that, to give it a better boost and making the event further memorable, The Fashion for Love team has also alligned an agreement along with Octoprenuer College. We are committed with the support shown, to offer and provide
100 scholarships to the less fortunate community to study Diploma in Business for SPM leavers, whom could not afford to further their study. This is a non-bias offering and it will be shared through all race, ethnincity and genders across Malaysia. Anyone whom feels that they require this opportunity can speak to the committee. A process of interviewing and performing the due dilligence is required to ensure its eligibility based on our criteria.

The Giving Bank, also known as is an online charity fundraising platform in Malaysia. A NGO and a Non Profit Organisation with a mission to connect both the charity and
the public through the power of technology. The Giving Bank’s online fundraising platform enables the public to pledge their support or contributions through The Giving Bank website with just a click of a mouse. We try to make ‘GIVING’ affordable and simple, said Dr Janson Ang. Each campaign is carefully picked and selected through stringent due diligence before announcing it to the public via the website. The funds raised are channelled to selected charitable campaigns and the public can access the website to gain information about the campaigns which generally fall into three main categories: Health, Education and Humanity Culture.

The Giving Bank are a non-bias organisation and we strive to assist everyone in need across religions, race, ethnicity and gender. The Giving Bank, with its tagline “The Bank That Gives”, also aims to take the lead in encouraging communities, societies and corporates to actively participate in charity, and to adopt this as a daily routine in their everyday lives.

We can help them by donation of as low as RM7, it's donation by heart and giving the children the chance of education. All donations will be accounted for and the donors will be getting an official receipt instantly upon every donation made, not just that donors will also be notified upon every project closure. You can click on the donation link above if you have interest to donate.

The Giving Bank Charity Foundation
Under this pillar, The Giving Bank focuses on giving low-income groups a chance to receive basic needs of education. It creates opportunities for these groups to enjoy club activities in schools or
gain conventional skills enhancement for their future. We believe everyone should have equal rights to education and it is very crucial and important for their future well-being.

The Giving Bank aims at providing low-income groups access to medical aids and treatments and health screenings. At the same time, the organisation also will work towards creating programmes
on health awareness and safety skills for communities and students.

Humanity Culture
The Giving Bank also strives to strengthen and develop humanity, cultural knowledge and resources. This is to help communities to understand various cultures and religions in Malaysia for the greater good. These will be done through promotions and preservation activities on culture and heritage all around Malaysia.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017


Good evening to dear readers and friends, how are you doing today? It's a sunny afternoon today then now in evening is dark looks like want to rain but not yet.This month of September, many activities going on and there's Lantern Parade that you don't want to miss out. Yeah it's on 30 September 2017, at Klang Parade. That's not all, friends and family members that love food can visit Klang Parade.
Jom Makan at Klang Parade starts from 16 September to 15 October 2017. My niece and her friends are planning to go Klang to eat, she loves to go shopping first and then go dining with friends. That's lots of food choice at Klang Parade, Next Food Junction has variety of food to choose from. By the way, there's contest and lucky draw at Klang Parade special for this JOM MAKAN @KLANG PARADE.

I like to go the Next Food Junction as there's many choices of food and everyone of us can order our favourite meal.
Yeah as always what a food blogger would do, take photos of the food before eat. My sisters love to eat spicy food so they order the curry laksa, while my dear likes to eat rice, so he ordered what he likes to eat.

There's food for everyone, my dad likes to drink soup and one of his favourite soup is the sup tulang.
My friends told me she loves to dine at Texas Chicken, no worry there's Texas Chicken at Klang Parade. My family too like to dine at Texas Chicken, I like the original flavor but my sister-in-law likes their spicy flavor. How about you? My kids love to eat the original fried chicken of Texas Chicken.

Let's mark the calendar for the Lantern Parade on 30 September at 7pm. Parents and children will be happy to attend as I know it's once a year and it's good to give kids nice experience at the lantern parade. This annual tradition will be complete with workshops and performances, children participating in the Lantern Parade will get a FREE lantern, let's make this date a good family together.
When comes to food, I know my friends would go far to dine. Some friends are staying at Kuala Lumpur but they would travel all the way to Klang to dine.

It's nice to go Klang and hang out with friends at Klang Parade, not just for our favorite meals but also to enjoy each company. My relatives and friends too staying at Klang, they like to go Klang Parade during the weekends.

Not just great food but great company dining at the Klang Parade. This is the Pat Kin Pat Sun outlet.

I know with so many food pictures on this post, it's making you hungry too. Now you know where to dine and sharing is caring. We can ordered the food and sharing with friends or families to eat, enjoy each other company at the same time. After a heavy meal it's time to go home, but I also like to share what you can redeem if you dine at the F&B outlets of Klang Parade.
Good news to food lover and contests lover, check out the following:
(a) minimum spend of RM30 (over a maximum of 2 receipts) at any F&B tenant of Klang Parade are eligible to redeem one (1) unit of Micro Thermo.
(b) RM80 and above (over a maximum of 2 receipts at any F&B tenant of Klang Parade are eligible to redeem one (1) unit of Micro Thermo and one (1) lucky draw.

Check out the Lucky Draw Prizes:

Grand Prize x 1
Electromagnetic Foot Massager worth RM1,999.

Second Prize x1
OGAWA Mobile Seat XE Plus
-XD Tech Massage Cushion worth RM1,198.

Consolation Prizes x 10
SSF cash vouchers worth RM50 each

It's to time jom makan at Klang Parade, lets go with friends and family members. You never know you might be the lucky winner of the lucky draw! If you win it can be a nice gift for yourself or loved ones. I know shoppers would like to win this foot massager to relax our tired foot, especially when you have a long day at work.

With Internet access today, it's easy for us to check online for updates. You can follow Klang Parade updates on Facebook.


Monday, September 18, 2017

Guardian Malaysia helps upgrade 10 charity homes as part of 50th Aniversary celebration

Guardian Malaysia, the leader in health and beauty retaining, is marking its 50th anniversary with a RM250,000 community project to upgrade the facilities of 10 charity homes in the country.
Thanks to Guardian Malaysia for inviting me to visit one of the charity homes at Kuala Lumpur.

These homes, seven of which are orphanages, are located near to Guardian outlets in various parts of the country. Most of them have requested for repairs, upgrading and refurbishment of living quarters.

In addition to a budget of RM250,000, Guardian Malaysia has also encouraged its staff to volunteer their time to help in the improvement works, and to spend some quality time with the children.
Speecn by Chief Executive Officer of Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd (Guardian Malaysia), Mr. Soren Lauridsen on the right

Leading example, is Chief Executive Officer of Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd (Guardian Malaysia), Mr. Soren Lauridsen. Leading a team from Guardian's store support office and Guardian stores, he spent time on 15 September helping to repaint the gates, perimeters walls and grilles of Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary, in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur. Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary, has got 55 residents aged from 1 years old to 18 years old). It's a non-profit organization for children from poor families, dysfunction families, single parents and full orphans. Makeover on this home including installation of polycarbonate rain cover awning, mosquitoes net for all the windows, beautify the living room, installation of air-conditioners and wall fans. Last but not least painting gates, grilles and perimeter walls.

Guardian Malaysia's staffs at Pertubuhan Anak Yatim Mary, Setapak, KL

In addition to the fresh paint work, Guardian Malaysia also installed air-conditioners, fans and mosquito netting for the orphanage, which is home for 55 orphans and children from single-parent families.

Group photo of CEO Mr. Lauridsen Guardian Malaysia with the Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary, Setapak, KL

Mr. Lauridsen said: 'Each year, as we celebrate our anniversary, we make it a point to reach out to those in need. Over the years, Guardian has been extending aid and assistance through various forms. Often its financial contributions, other times, its donation in kind and through fun and cheer. This year, as Guardian Malaysia is celebrating our 50th anniversary, we decided to extend greater support to those living close to where we operate."

"We asked our teams at the stores to recommend charity homes in their neighbourhood which needed repairs or improvements, but were short of funds. We picked 10 homes where we see our contributors as making a meaningful difference."

"By helping to improve the living quarters of these children, orphans and the elderly, we believe we are empowering them to be more confident and eventually become self-sufficient." Mr. Lauridsen added.

Here's the list of 10 homes makeover programme started last month, and it is scheduled to be completed by this November. The other recipient homes are as following:
  • Rumah Kebajikan Bakti Fayi (Kedah)
  • Chrystal Home Taiping (Perak)
  • Pertubuhan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Nanthisar (Negeri Sembilan)
  • Happiness Centre For The Mentally Disabled Children (Melaka)
  • Calvary Boys Home & Calvary Girls Home (Johor)
  • Rapha Children's Home (Pahang)
  • Rumah Anak-anak Yatim Salimah (Kelantan)
  • Sabah Cheshire Home, and
  • The Salvation Army Kuching Children's Home (Sarawak).
Over the last 9 years, Guardian has contributed close to RM4.5 million to a wide-range of charity and worthy causes, with a bias towards single-parent families and orphanages.

You can also follow updates of Guardian Malaysia on Facebook, click on the link to follow. 

Saturday, September 16, 2017

16 September 2017

It's a busy Saturday, yeah early morning 5.30am I am awake then called the kids up at 6am. By 6.30am to be ready to go Cold Storage Kids Grow & Glow Run. It's first time Cold Storage have this event and kids have a good time at the event. Our first time to One Park too. Happy that my dear not working the day as he bring us along to go. One Park is just opposite One Utama Shopping Centre. Just park inside the mall and walk out there's the park. My dear knows where to park and he parked basement of GSC Cinema. I forgot to take the bag which I have packed the clothing inside to the car. I took the shoes bag and the food bag but not the clothes in bag that I plan that we changed before head to next shopping mall. Well since I left it at home and the event in morning ended early so I suggest to go home first. Sis-in-law and nephew are at home, we also bought food for them.

The morning start with 9yrs old to 12 yrs old fun run and three Challenge for each category.

Challenge 1: Master Your Balancing Act
Challenge 2: Conquer The Height
Challenge 3: Choose your Destiny.

Anyway my children love all the challenges especially little one, he went twice for the Challenge 1. He loves it and he's so happy just watch the 1st video above. It's a nice park to walked, some people bring their pet dog at the parked for a walk. The participants of the Cold Storage are all wearing the shirts, the children will have tags on their hand. The tag will be cut and remove for redemption of medal and goodie bag. The goodie bag with mineral water and voucher to redeem rest of goodie, need to go one by one of the booth to queue up for redemption. Some fun games available and others. The park has a lake that we can see turtles inside. So fun that we plan to go again next year! Good family time together and it's priceless bonding moments with loved ones.

It's a long day indeed for us. After the event at about 1015am we left and dear went to buy food while we waited in the car in Damansara. Then we headed home, shower then eat and then we are out again for Jalan Jalan Japan at 1 Shamelin Mall. The 1 Shamelin Mall is not near us, thanks to dear that drive and we followed the waze to reach there. The parking at 1 Shamelin Mall is RM2 per entry. Event starts from 12noon to 3pm for Jalan Jalan Japan. Well look out as will blog it soon as Jalan Jalan Japan will be opened to public from 30 September 2017.

Last night not a good sleep for me as I drank coffee in the night. I ordered the Milk Tea but the ordered came Coffee Milk and I drank it. 

You can visit my social media twitter/instagram @sherrygo to see my haul.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Putra LRT Subang Jaya to SOGO KL

It's Saturday, just coincidence that son does not have tuition so I tag him along to the Sogo KL for the DC Comics Super Heroes. It's our first time to go there, we took LRT, it cost RM4.10 for a pax, one way. When reach Masjid Jamek, we walk about 10 minutes to reach the mall we didn't know the way and I was looking at the Google Map too. The event starts time table 230pm to 430pm, we reached before 2pm and had lunch ourselves. The refreshment provided at event was cake, sweets and mineral water.

 The LRT Station if take from SS15 Subang jaya would takes 16 stations to reach Masjid Jamed. I didn't know that we can go to Bandaraya LRT. So next time can just from SS15 Subang Jaya to Putra Height then from there change train to Bandaraya. It is direct reach from there. So the journey I took with son was longer than usual I think.

Lots to see and shop at DC Comics Super Heroes but we didn't buy anything as we went there for the event. At Sogo, I find out that the Teh Tarik Place would only serve Roti Telur or Roti Kaya at 3 pm, which is consider hot plates at the menu.

It's a lot of walking on Saturday and when we back time is raining too. Lucky I have an umbrella for each of us. It was great outing with son as he didn't take LRT for a long time, as for youngest son not yet bring him as it's a long tiring journey. It's packed in LRT so don't think he will be feeling comfortable.

Many people heading to MATTA Fair too, well we didn't go as didn't play to purchase any package at the moments. Though we love to have a family vacation stay. Busy lifestyle and glad to spend a good day with my son as seldom we have a travel together by public transport. I thought of driving but then I am not good with the directions and I saw waze showed 40minutes to reach.

Not much choice of restaurants I see at the SOGO, KL so son and me had a quick lunch at McD.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

How to Express Yourself at Work Without Being Disrespectful

It seems like there are new debates and conversations in the breakroom on a daily basis. And sometimes, while you would love to join in on the discussions, you can’t help but steer clear because you know that you can get pretty heated with your opinions. Fortunately, there are methods to learning how to express yourself at work without being disrespectful.

Follow Rules and Workspace Guidelines

Remember that there are rules and guidelines in place in every workspace. From discrimination laws, to common courtesies, you should take care to follow the rules and secured regulations of your office to avoid being disrespectful or downright hateful.

Be Aware of Others and Their Beliefs

The world does not, and has never, revolved around you and your beliefs. And no one else is any different. However, your opinions, like everyone’s, matter, so respect and be aware of others and their beliefs. Why? Because they should respect and be aware of yours.

Keep Your Opinions to Yourself Unless Asked for Them

When you are in an obvious discussion with someone, then you can express yourself and let your opinions fly in a respectful manner. However, when others are talking amongst themselves, don’t jump in with your opinions just because you felt the need to add your two cents. Wait to be invited and included into the conversation.

Avoid Getting Drawn into Gossip

Did you hear about so-and-so and what she did over the weekend? Or, how about this person from HR and the terrible mistake he made? Your viewpoint should be, “who cares.” Gossip is hurtful, regardless if the person you are talking about knows or not. The workplace, as you know, is rife with gossip, so steer clear of these conversations whenever possible.

Make Friends and Discuss Your Interests, Passions, and Goals

Chances are good that there are dozens of like-minded people in your office that share the same interests, passions, and goals as you. Don’t be afraid to make friends. Use your amazing conversation skills and open-book mentality to connect and interact with your coworkers. Then, if you feel comfortable, strive to take that friendship out of the office for a chance at a long-term pal.

Having debates, conversations, and expressing your opinion in an office setting can be a controversial, and even taboo, idea. However, by remembering to be respectful, you can dabble in workspace expression, and make a few friends along the way. When you can, make friends. Invite your coworkers to celebrations and fun events. Go big with a Chicago limo rental, or find some fancy way to have a great time with good people from your work atmosphere.

Monday, September 4, 2017

12 Things That Happy Women Do

To lead a happy life, one should be involved in various self-care habits. These are 12 tips for a woman to enjoy health and wellness.

Avoid any stress
Stress usually happens when you have a lot on your plate. When there are too many things going on in your life, it can put you under a lot of stress. Furthermore, greater the amount of stress ; greater is the risk of heart disease, infertility, diabetes, depression, anxiety, premature death and accelerated ageing.
1. Stress is a major reason why you get frequent headaches. Stress management is crucial for the betterment of your health, and it also makes you more productive in the long term. All we can do is find ways that make you feel relaxed and at peace and just stick to the ways.

Completely avoid dieting
There is no assurance that dieting will make you lose weight. As per research, 95% people tend to fail at diets.
2. It is not a matter of self-control but what prevents you from losing weight are biological changes taking place, as per researcher Traci Mann. Apparently, Traci has studied dieting for over a period of 20 years.

3. While it may be possible lose weight initially, you are most likely to regain the weight you lose eventually. The thing which works is making changes in your current diet. Making wise choices like substituting fresh foods for processed foods will be beneficial in the long term.

Quit smoking
When you quit smoking, the damage done to your health is cured.
4. Smoking increases your risk of heart diseases and lung cancer and also affects the health of your babies. Furthermore, smoking significantly affects breast cancer. Smokers are 30% more prone to get breast cancers as compared to non-smokers.
There is a higher risk of stillbirth in cases of pregnant women who work or live around smokers.

Start family planning early
The fertility of female declines with her age, and there exist many pregnancy complications when a woman gets pregnant at an older age. Therefore, if you’re planning to have kids, you should start planning at the earliest. In case you feel that you are infertile, then you should talk to a fertility specialist about this situation. Freezing your eggs and in vitro fertilisation (IVF) are two option which can treat infertility, depending upon the cause.

Always use sunscreen under the sun
The majority of women have a deficiency of vitamin D. Vitamin D is responsible for absorbing calcium in the human body, as per Dr. Michael Lim, a who is a cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital. Other than that, Vitamin D also lowers the risk of heart attack and diabetes and improve bone health.
5. Fortunately, the deficiency of vitamin D deficiency isn’t a major problem for people living in sunny Singapore. All you should do is bask in the sun for 15 – 20 minutes every day. If you’re planning to spend more than 15 – 20 minutes in the sun, then make sure you apply a nice sunblock. Being overexposed to the sun could put you at an increased risk of skin cancer or melanoma.

Start taking calcium pills
Women mostly have a deficiency of some nutrients. To combat this issue, taking supplements is a convenient and safe way. However, one shouldn’t consume too many calcium pills as they can increase the risk of heart attack and stroke. Moreover, it can also increase the possibility of kidney stones, as per Dr. Michael Lim, a who is a cardiologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital.

Get enough rest
Sleeping well isn’t about the number of hours but the quality of sleep you get. As per studies, females face difficulty in falling and staying asleep as compared to males.
6. According to research women who suffer from insomnia have a greater risk of health problems as compared to men. They also have an increased risk for depression, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.
If you’re unable to sleep for 7 – 9 hours, then you need to seek medical help.

exercise often, doesn't matter indoor or outdoor
Do weight exercises
Apparently, cardio is not enough for women; they also need to indulge in weight-bearing exercises which improve their bone health and also increase their bone mass. It also decreases the risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes7 and osteoporosis. Moreover, weight lifting does not just mean lifting weights; it also refers to activities like hiking, dancing, racquet sports, aerobics, and tennis. Walking, elliptical training machines or stair-step machines are some of the beneficial low-impact exercises.

See the doctor regularly Women should get regular health check-ups done, especially from a gynecologist. Early detection of any health issue is the key to complete recovery. Tests like pap smears and pelvic exams should happen at least once in 2 years from the time you turn 21. Whereas, and breast examination should be done once a year after you turn 40.

It’s also helpful to be outgoing and social.
Studies have proved that social relationships play a significant role in the health and longevity of women. Being socially active is known to protect your cognitive functions. Whereas, the lack of social ties can lead later-life cognitive decline, depression and increased mortality.
8. Lack of social relationships enhances the risk of premature death by 50%, which is equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Furthermore, it’s worse than physical inactivity and obesity. You have every reason to plan nights out with your friends and family!

Keep your mind busy
As per Dr. Lee Kim En, a neurologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, there’s a sudden increase in the number of people diagnosed with dementia. In Singapore, the number people aged 65 years and above who would suffer would from dementia will reach 53,000 by 2020, and this will further increase to 187,000 by 2050.
9. Activities like quitting smoking and exercising can make a significant difference in our bodies. Apparently, doing this delays not only neurological changes but also makes our body better equipped to handle said changes.
10. One should find hobbies that stimulate both you as well your brain. Some of these include–playing an instrument, learning a language, trying new cuisines and dancing.

Pay attention to your mental health
Women are nearly twice more likely to suffer from depression than men.
11. Women shouldn’t be embarrassed to seek professional help. Seeking the help of a professional is the greatest favour you can do to yourself.

The inspiration for this article has been taken from Health Plus Section, a source of credible health information by Mount Elizabeth Hospitals, Singapore.

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Kinohmitsu Superfood Supreme 500g

Having a busy lifestyle as a mom of two boys, I never forget to take care of myself. Today I am sharing with you on this Kinohmitsu Superfood Supreme. It's a nutritional multigrain beverage, I like this drink as it's doesn't taste weird and taste delicious.

It is suitable for lactose intolerance individuals, cholesterol free food, trans fat free food.
High in Protein
High in Calcium
High in Vitamin B12
Source of Magnesium
Source of Dietary Fibre

We need to balance our busy lifestyle with healthy eating combined with regular exercise and being socially active aid to add quality years to life. 
Kinohmitsu Superfood Supreme offers 7 color ingredients and is fortified with Calcium which helps to develop strong bones and teeth. 
7 colors are as following:
Red- Raspberry (Good for Heart)
Yellow - Yellow Pea (Good for immunity and muscle strength)
Brown - Brown Rice, Cocoa (Good for digestive health)
Black - Black Sesame Seed, Blackberry (Good for memory)
White - Oat (Good for Cholesterol level)
Green - Wheatgrass (Good for bone and teeth health)
Purple - Mangosteen, Blueberry, Elderberry (Good for joint health and anti-aging)

The beverage also recommended for elderly, those who are undergoing physio therapy and rehabilitation, athletes or exercise enthusiasts, and those have joint stiffness and muscle weakness.

 Direction of use:
Just mix 2 scoops with 150- 200ml of cold or lukewarm water.

I'm taking the Kinohmitsu Superfood Supreme daily and it keeps me going. I am happy as I get to catch up with my boys, even though they are active. Recently we went to Farm In The City and son was one of the Kids Tour Guide. I'm happy that I have the Kinohmitsu Superfood Supreme, it's easy to make the drink. Just pour two scoops in small container and with lukewarm water I can make the drink anywhere anytime to drink even though I am outdoor.

We can choose for healthy living for our health. With Internet access today, you can shop online at 11street for Kinohmitsu Superfood Supreme, it can a be great gift ideas for loved ones. If you like to know more about Kinohmitsu products, click the link to find out.

Friday, September 1, 2017


Ms.Shirley New, Senior Manager, Marketing & Promotions of Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd.
Being mom of two boys, I have busy lifestyle as I am always on the go. I also like to share this good news with you. I am sure you know of Guardian's Outstanding Brands Award every year. This year 

details for Guardian’s Outstanding Brands Award 2017 (OBA), the 17th edition of its highly
popular annual award for health and beauty brands were unveiled at a media briefing. The annual award, first introduced by Guardian Malaysia in 2000, has been premised on connecting its millions of shoppers to all its business partners and brand owners, by having the shoppers vote for the most outstanding brand.

Ms Christina Low, Marketing Director of Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd said: “The Outstanding Brands Award is our way of celebrating with our business partners and giving recognition to brand excellence.”

She said that since it was launched 16 years ago, the Award has grown in popularity among Guardian’s shoppers, who look forward to getting their say and having the chance to win
attractive prices.
media voting on the day

“Needless to say, the Award has also evolved in keeping with changes in lifestyle, spending and shoppers’ trends. This year, the OBA will be conducted entirely in digital format. This means,
all voting will be done online,” she added.

For OBA 2017, a total of 200 brands will be vying for 60 categories ranging from hair care,
face care, cosmetics, hygiene, supplements, medication, mother and child products, and many more.
There will be one most preferred brand award for each category.

For shoppers, they stand a chance to win one of the 50 prizes, totalling RM25,000 in 
Guardian vouchers. The prizes are as follows:
- Five (5) grand prize of RM1,500 each
- Five (5) first prize of RM1,000 each
- Fifteen (15) second prize of RM500 each, and
- Twenty five (25) consolation prize of RM200 each. 

Christina said: “What we have created is a simple, easy and customised voting platform.
At the same time, the sets of questionnaire would enable both Guardian and our partners to better understand brand preference behaviour, as well as give us an insight into demographics and segmentation of shoppers.”

“By connecting our shoppers throughout the country with the brands, and helping them to gain a deeper understanding of their customers’ need, we are contributing to the brand owners’ investment in relationship building with their customers,” she added.

To be eligible to cast their votes, shoppers are required to spend at least RM10 at the store 
or online. Then log on to or scan the QR code provided to vote. 
Voting can be done anytime between 1 September and 27 September 2017. 

The contest is open to those aged 18 and above. As proof of purchase, shoppers must keep the original Guardian receipt which contains the tax invoice number, store code number, date of
purchase and purchase amount.

For more information and full details of the OBA and contest, please visit

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