Sunday, January 31, 2010

Biological clock tick-tocking (gasp!)

My current options:
  1. Curi anak orang ie anak fied/wale
  2. Consider Punitha's suggestion of paying bookie fee to some "Agents" at the HKL for an unwanted newborn.
  3. Umm...errrrr....go beyond hinting to a certain someone to know....

My Rawk Star and Moi

(photo credit: Ki-Moira E)

Sunday, January 24, 2010

(So you're just too busy?)

I wonder if "someone" faraway out there is like Lo-Fi Penguin here. I wish I'm Susi :(

For pretty neat toy camera shots and a dose of a husband missing his wife in a sincere feel-good way, go to

Excuses are meant to be made up

BUSY is not an excuse for laxity on working on a certain commitment you have made.

Screw BUSY.

Take some time to ponder and read the following article by Chris Guillebeau:

Sorry I was rude to you the other day, someone said. I’ve just been so busy.

Guess what: we’re all busy!

Every one of us. It’s not a very exclusive club.

And here’s another reality check: because we’re all busy, no one really cares about how busy someone else is. One way or another, we all make time for what’s important to us.

In a group project, a person who freaks out about being busy will stall, defer, and generally keep everyone else waiting on them. They use busyness as an excuse for poor performance. Sometimes it’s faster to put this person in a room by themselves and let them whine while you do their job for them.

A person in control of being busy will keep the project moving forward at all costs. They like deadlines, direct communication, and tough assignments. That’s the kind of person you want on your team. If you’re serving on someone else’s team, that’s the kind of person you should be.

The strategies for dealing with being “so busy” are pretty basic:

1) Be less busy. If being busy really prevents you from doing something you want, stop being so busy. It’s not that complicated.

2) Stop complaining and enjoy it. Personally, I like busy. I had fun visiting the islands last week, but islands can be sleepy little places. In Fiji I sat by the pool for an hour, but then I got bored and went back to working on my projects.

I wrote to Pam, my partner on the upcoming $100 Business Forum: “What do you think about starting three weeks early?”

Pam wrote back: “Bring it on!”

And thus we’re starting on February 1 instead of March 8. I already knew she was the right partner for this project, but that was good confirmation. Busy people tend to do more, not less — but either way, being “so busy” that you become overwhelmed doesn’t help anyone.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Saturday Special

Tak sabar nak bawak Newbie makan angin pagi Sabtu ni kat Putrajaya. Sama Aunty Babe. Sama Mak Nonz.


Cheh. Kasut pon kasi nama ke? Ya haruuuuuusssss :D

Sunday, January 17, 2010

It can be uncomplicated if you want it to be

It's all about a clear conscience. About forgiveness. About moving ahead. Sincerity. Dengan niat untuk masa hadapan yang lebih baik untuk semua.

It feels good to be at a better place.


p/s: I believe that this post is obsolete. Insyaallah :)

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Support System

Jika yang disayang itu ada 'accessibility issues', maka seseorang yang volunteer untuk jadi surrogate itu adalah sangat mulia dirinya.

Terima kasih HRH Ki-Moira. 3 tahun ini saya sangat perlu kamu. I Laf Yu.

(R) Honorary Recipient of Adiepot's Pantyhose Award of The Year