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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Why BLeisure Doesn't Apply To Me

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 10 Comments


Have you ever heard about the term bleisure travel? Bleisure is a business trip combined with leisure. For the employer's point of view, this can be a bit in a grey area but I would say if you are in the era of millennial this can be used to attract talent. For the conservative employer, they don't allow such leisure involve during a business trip. From the start to the end of your travel trip just breath eat talk business all the way.

Throughout my working life, I have experience visited few places for my work and that just purely worked. I mentioned to people I am travelling for work, the response will be like....whoa!!! so nice!!! so enjoy!!! Whoa!!! lucky you!
To me, I would rather stay at the normal office back home rather than go out there for a working trip. 
The reason, my schedule was super pack to the extent no time to experience jet legged. What is jet legged anyway? 

How to enjoy bleisure and why this doesn't apply to me?


1. Get an authentic coffee break


Well for old school may be thinking of settling at Starbuck or any other generic coffee chain and drink coffee is the authentic coffee break. NO! If you want to enjoy the bleisure , hop on to a new cafe near your hotel or working area and spend some time enjoying freshly brew local coffee and taste some of the local pastries. Just sit for at least 30 minutes and give your mind a break while observing the local living in the town.
I never recalled doing so during any of my working trips. I really have no time to even sit and think. I am just a bullet shooting at the target I met throughout the day. Coffee? I only get coffee during the breakfast buffet at the hotel. :(

2. Work out


In fact, making time for a gym session at the hotel can be a huge mood booster.
During the working trip, I usually started my morning at 6am and ends at 12 midnight. Its all about work, not workout. Do you think, I still have mood and time to visit the gym. Hurl!!! My mind must be at peace the moment I start to visit the gym during the working trip.

3. Eat Well


The Asian way of eating well can be a bit different definition. For Western tend to do a good balance dining but for Asian is to full max the meal budget given. You will end up overeating. I usually went for a solo business trip. There was one time my superior joined me for the trip, and I end up have a culture shock to what she ordered for only both of us. A full table of Japanese cuisine to max both budget! Hurl!!!! Almost died when saw the full table after came back from my toilet break. To be honest, I can't eat so much in one seating during the business trip due to work pressure.

4. Night Outing


Enjoy the local happy hour scene after the working hour. I really wanted to do the night walking but I normally have a job to finish in the hotel room. I end up spending my after working hour and work through midnight. Your boss may say is ok finish it later but first thing tomorrow they will ask you about it! Duh??? What choice left for me then?

Some people may think bleisure is like taking advantage of company expense. Hell no! As long as you work during the working hours and enjoy all those after your usual working hours...what advantage do you enjoy? Isn't this a usual well-balanced life that we all suppose to live?

Back to reality, for some superior mindset working trip is like squeezing that cow to dry. They thought by flying you to the other country and let you sleep in a hotel is already a privilege to enjoy. Hurl!!!! What a shallow mindset they have there. 

As for me, a working trip is the most stressful moment in my entire working segment. I tried to relax and complete my job that never sees the end of the road to that. This is working life...it just in a different form. So don't envy others work so much, appreciate what you have at present! Grass not always green on the other side and it shouldn't be yellow too.


Sunday, June 23, 2019

How to Differentiate Counterfeit Himalaya Salt Sports Candy

Sunday, June 23, 2019 13 Comments
Last year, I review Candy called Himalaya Salt Sports Candy. Check out my review HERE. It became not only my favourite but most of the people whom I shared this love it too. They even find and purchase it themselves. One of my friends got very excited when she found this at Guardian. As usual when the thing is hot selling many others trying their best to turn this into a cash cow by producing the counterfeit which ingredients doesn't serve the whole health benefit purpose. 


Nicko Jeep Manufacture Sdn Bhd (Nicko Jeep) has recently been notified on counterfeit Himalaya Salt Sports Candy (Himalaya Salt Extra Cool Mint Candy - Lemon Flavour) products being sold at unauthorised sales channels. We take this issue very seriously as counterfeiting products are not only illegal but may pose health risks to consumers due to dubious ingredients used in manufacturing the candies.

Nicko Jeep’s manufacturing facility that manufactures the Himalaya Salt Sports Candy is also certified by HACCP, GMP and MESTI while the products are HALAL certified by JAKIM. However, these counterfeit candies are not certified and are therefore not safe for consumption.

We’ve reported this to the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism and we hope stern action will be taken against these perpetrators. In the meantime, we strongly suggest that customers only purchase our Himalaya Salt Sports Candy from reputable retailers and if in doubt, please contact us at info@candy.com.my or https://www.facebook.com/bigfoot.my/

We are also taking necessary steps to educate consumers in identifying genuine products from counterfeit through our facebook page and our official website www.himalayacandy.com From among them are:



Another glaring difference between the genuine pack and counterfeit is the spacing between Delfi Marketing Sdn. Bhd. and the mailing address.



When buying the Himalaya Salt Sports Candy also be aware of the product with the Lot No 19C02 with the expiry date 15/03/2021. This is a counterfeit product.

Counterfeit packaging uses a slightly different font at the bottom in describing the functions of the candy i.e ‘Increase Hydration, Throat Soothing, Fresh Breath’ and the words ‘Sports Candy’ is slightly faded. 



While on the back of the pack, the word ‘Manufacturer In Malaysia By’ is used instead of ‘Manufacture In Malaysia By’.

Please be rest assure that Himalaya Salt Sports Candy original Manufacturer is taking measures to eradicate counterfeit Himalaya Salt Sports Candy by working with retailers and relevant authorities.

Monday, June 17, 2019

How To Enjoy Cheaper Fresh Brew Coffee At Your Favourite Cafe?

Monday, June 17, 2019 16 Comments




Anyone of my readers here starts their morning with a cup of freshly brewed coffee? 
You know the fresh brew coffee will take some of our rush morning time if we do it yourself. The best option is to get it from a nearby cafe to your office. But seriously this will cost you a hole to your wallet for a daily fix. isk isk isk.




I recently discover awesome Coffee Pass Subscription at EatDrinkKL website. I gave it a try! I usually got too excited much earlier and click purchase without even read properly. huhuhuh..,.Thats just like me. (*face palm*) Shame on me!

Anyway, my mistake will benefit all of my readers. 



They have 2 types of Coffee Pass Subscriptions :

1. Classic
2. Prime


Each type of Coffee Pass Subscription comes in 2 types of coffee choice :

* Black Coffee - For those who prefer black coffee without milk
* Coffee with milk - For those drinking coffee with milk such as Latte, Cappuccino

You can choose to purchase in a package of 5, 10 or 15 cups for each type of subscriptions. I first bought the Classic Coffee package to enjoy the cheaper price of RM7 per milk coffee but end up with some disappointment due to the location to redeem only at a limited cafe. I end up contacting the EatDrinkKL for a cancellation of my subscriptions and then I bought the Prime Coffee Subscriptions.

EatDrinkKL customer service is super tip top. They are responsive and patience to handle my type of careless customer. huhuhuh...(malu nak mampus!)

So before you go ahead to purchase your Coffee Pass Subscription please check on the list of coffee near to you. You find the list HERE. 




I bought this Coffee Pass to redeem at Eight Ounce Coffee , The Gardens Mid Valley. You imagine the usual Cappuccino cost me RM13 but with Cofffee Pass subscriptions I can enjoy at only RM9.



I just click redeem from my pass and my cup of cappuccino on the way to me. Although, I was not successful to redeem my first cup smoothly since the Eight Ounce Cafe staff was not briefed properly by the Supervisor, it was sorted out quickly the next day.

You just need to contact and highlight the matters to EatDrinkKL, they will clear up for you in instant!

Oh! by the way the subscriptions only valid for between 30 to 90 days from purchase depends on your package.

If you have frequent cafe visit but not on the list please contact EatDrinkKL , they are more than happy to approach those cafes and make your next coffee cheaper. If you are the coffee owner and happy to add yours in the list too, feel free to contact them.

Get you own Coffee Pass HERE

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Choosing the Right Facial Treatment for You

Saturday, June 15, 2019




Second, only to massages as a spa treatment, facials are not only for relaxing. In the hands of the right esthetician, clients can see improvements in cosmetic concerns like wrinkles and acne scars. Interested in a facial Norfolk VA? Learn how to choose the right type of facial treatment for you.

How do I Choose a Facial Type?

In general, a facial cleanses, exfoliates and nourishes the skin through a multi-step approach. There are different variations of facials, each using different techniques and providing different results. When deciding on the facial treatment to try, the first step is to decide what your cosmetic concerns are that you want to be addressed. By knowing what you would like to treat, an esthetician can choose a facial with the proper ingredients to relieve imperfections in your skin. Before receiving any facial treatment, a consultation appointment should occur so that the esthetician can discuss options with you.

What Facial Types are Available?

The standard facial involves cleansers, blemish extractions, masks and moisturizers. It's the most classic facial technique and works well for normal to dry skin. Those with acne prone skin should be aware that the moisturizers can lead to breakouts. Brightening and anti-aging facials work to reduce the signs of aging like wrinkles, fine lines and areas of hyperpigmentation. These facial treatments tend to be high in antioxidants which are known to have anti-aging properties. Other types of facials include:
  • Electric Current which uses electrical currents to tighten muscles in the face and neck
  • Color Light Therapy which uses specific wavelengths of light to combat inflammation from acne
  • Laser Facial which uses laser beams to exfoliate the top layer of skin to minimize sun damage, wrinkles or scars
When considering a facial, keep in mind that each type has different benefits. Choose the best for your cosmetic concerns, and see a licensed professional ensure the facial is delivered properly to give you the best results.

Three Tips for Hiring a Party Planner

Saturday, June 15, 2019


Life is full of milestones and having a party to celebrate them is one of the best ways to make them memorable. However, anyone who has ever planned a party knows the amount of time and work it takes to pull off a party and make it one that people will enjoy and remember for years to come. One way to help reduce your stress-level and decrease the amount of time you invest in planning a party is to hire a reputable party planner NY. Here are three tips for hiring a party planner for your next party.

Ask Your Family, Friends and Neighbors for Referrals

Think of the last wedding, birthday party, anniversary celebration, or another social gathering you attended that you thoroughly enjoyed. Next, ask yourself who hosted the party and contact them to see if they utilized the services of a party planner. Finding someone who is reputable through your own connections is one important step to finding someone who can help you plan the party you envision while keeping within your budget and timelines.

Interview Multiple Party Planners

While you may have someone in mind, it is always a helpful idea to interview two to three party planners. Often times you will not realize what is helpful or appealing about one company until you compare it to another company. Since each party planner has their own network of vendors, it can allow you to see more options for your party too.

Visit a Party

One of the best ways to truly get a feel for the services and quality of a party planner is to request if you can attend a party or social gathering similar to the one you are planning. This will allow you to truly see, feel, and experience most closely what the party planner can do for your party. While it may not always be an option, it never hurts to make this request and see if the party planner and party host are agreeable to having you stop by and visit.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

10 Insta-Worthy Places You Wish You Knew About On Your First Visit To Sydney

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 13 Comments

Have you ever been to Sydney?😃

If you are planning to visit Sydney, please don't miss out 10 insta-worthy places you wish you’d known about when you first visited. If you haven’t yet checked these places out, it’s still not too late to put them on your bucket list. 




Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Paddington


This is part of my bucket list which is to visit Hanging Garden in Babylon. Right here in Sydney they a little bit like Hanging Gardens of Babylon and a touch Roman baths. This heritage-listed public garden sits in the city’s East. This place was once a vital source of water in the 19th century, the reservoir was transformed back in 2009, preserving much of the original brick, timber and iron framework. Take a stroll along the boardwalks, admiring the fusion of contemporary and old elements, sit on the rooftop near the sunken garden and watch the light change as the sun sets in this magical haven. Awesome feeling!

Hacienda Bar, Circular Quay | @haciendasydney

If you feeling a bit mellow. Visit this place to sip a rum-inspired cocktail and drink in the stunning Sydney Harbour Bridge views at this hip drinking hole. The interior is as Insta-worthy as the view, with a nod to the grand plantation architecture of Cuba and a touch of 1950s Miami with lots of botanicals, pastel pink seating and neon signage. I bet this place can brighten up your mood.


The Grounds, Alexandria | @thegrounds

Get a warmth feeling at this place. Built into the remnants of a heritage-listed factory in Sydney’s industrial centre, The Grounds has become a Sydney Insta icon with its kitchen-garden vibe and hearty, innovative eats. Snap a selfie in front of vegetable gardens, flower pots and old-fashioned stalls selling homemade soda and donuts. Just make sure your memory card isn't full. Lots of photos taking here.

Henry Deane at Hotel Palisade | @hotelpalisade

Just bring your loved ones here. Perched atop the historic watering hole Palisade Hotel, is a beautiful, airy cocktail space. Settle upstairs on one of the millennial pink couches with a cocktail and take in the breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Fantastic place for a SURPRISE lifetime questions to the chosen one!



Icebergs Pool, Bondi | @icebergsclub

Bondi Beach is home to the world’s most famous ocean pool, Bondi Icebergs. Named after its Winter swimming club, the bright white pool dates back to 1929 and is an Instagram favourite during the Summer months. From Bondi, take the coastal walk around to Bronte Baths, built in 1887. My all-time favourite place!

Chinese Garden, Chinatown


Who would have known? Located in the heart of Chinatown, the Chinese Garden of Friendship was modelled after the classic private gardens of the Ming Dynasty, offering an insight into Chinese Heritage and culture. Be whisked away to the Ming Dynasty for an afternoon and explore the very grounds that Hugh Jackman stood on when the filming of The Wolverine was done!



Green Square Library, Zetland


Feeling dramatic? The new underground library that opened end of last year boasts a floor-to-ceiling colourful shelf of books that’s perfect for snapping your Instagram shot. Located in the light-filled reading room in the tower, this shelf doubles up as a gorgeous art installation. The entire library is flooded with plenty of natural light – thanks to the 40 over skylights across the roof, and because of its innovative use of space and architecture, also won the Architectural Review Library Award 2018.


Angel Place, CBD


Few know about this little nook in an alley, but for those who do – you’re in for a treat. Empty birdcages hang above Angel Place, casting an ethereal glow around the area and making it perfect for any sort of hipster-ific Instagram shot. Aptly titled ‘Forgotten Songs’, the display designed by Michael Thomas Hill allows you to take in the sounds of the birds as you stand beneath the cages and admire the gentle sway of the cages as you capture that super artistic shot. You’ll want to come back again for more.


The Calyx, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney | @thecalyxexperience

Girls! dress like a Princess and pose as if you are the most beautiful girl in the world. Located in the heart of the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, The Calyx is a horticultural exhibition space with an integrated mix of indoor and outdoor areas and changing exhibitions. The Calyx has the largest green wall in the southern hemisphere and stunning contemporary architecture.

Hornby Lighthouse, Watsons Bay

This iconic lighthouse is painted in distinctive red and white candy stripes. It’s positioned in a spectacular spot too – standing tall at South Head, near Watsons Bay in Sydney Harbour National Park with views of Sydney Harbour to the West. Built in 1858, it was designed by colonial architect Alexander Dawson.