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October Make Up Essentials

Hello guys!
I'm sorry for the sudden hiatus on this site; been juggling between tight deadlines and photoshoot for my work. I work as a business magazine coordinator, here is the site if you would like to look at it!
Also I've wondering what should I share with y'all, because my life is currently upside down. I slept 4 hours a day, most of the time I'm on the go, and I've been dealing with my mental health and eating disorder lately.
It's halfway through October and my mood is soooooo into nude make up. It makes me appear fresh, makes me feel good throughout the day, and I don't have to re-apply that much on my face! 
Busy life has taught me that I don't need full face make up. But I do have esssentials in my makeup bag so that I won't look like a pale corpse who has been death for 40 days.

So, where should I begin?
I would like to start with my everyday BB powder, Savee BB Magic Powder!
They don't actually have a shop or sell in drugstore, but…
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Only 2% of My Kinds Exist

Originally written by Alexandra Giardina, on Odyssey Online.
Character associated with INFJ personality, Jon Snow from Game of Thrones.
INFJ, referring to one of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, has become a bit of a buzzword in the media over the past several years. The reason behind it: INFJ is considered to be the rarest personality type, making up less than 2% of the world's entire population. They are labeled as "The Advocate," and have been described as "mysterious," "intuitive," and "emotionally intelligent," yet the type as a whole is often misunderstood.
Oh, and I am one. Perhaps you are, as well.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test, created in the 1940's by mother and daughter, Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs, originally stems from the typological theories of Carl Jung, a prominent psychoanalyst. The test assesses an individual in 4 categories: Extroversion vs. Introversion, Sensing vs. Intuition, Thinking vs. Feeling,…

If You Believe

If you believe in equal dignity and rights, you wouldn’t use your privilege to hurt someone.
If you believe that all human are entitled to their rights and freedom, you wouldn’t deny them because of their gender, race, colour, language, religion, and political opinion.
If you believe that everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security, you wouldn’t send them death threats when you disagree on what they have to say.
If you believe that everyone shouldn’t not be treated as slave, you will not allow human trafficking to happen, and say it’s their fault when they are deceived.
If you believe that no one is subjected to torture and cruel punishment, you will not support death penalty and all the punishment carried out to “extract information”.
If you believe that everyone has the right to be protected by law, you will seek justice and improve the judiciary system, not ruin it. 
If you believe that a person cannot be arrested without reason, you will seek reasoning and not accuse so…

Sabotaging Myself

Personality traits is the best way to analyze how you react to certain things. 
If you still haven't discovered your personality traits, you can log on to 16 Personalities Test.
Despite having strength, there are things that I keep on doing, affecting my life and performance. What is that? 
I'm an INFJ-T, based on my personality test. On Game of Thrones, my character is Jon Snow (which I don't know why are we related in personality, I don't even like him)

So based on an article written by Heidi Priebe, this is how an INFJ sabotages themselves. 
You sabotage your life by chasing perfection.
There’s nothing wrong with keeping your standards high. It’s just that your tendency to accept nothing less than absolute perfection can sometimes mean you end up with, well, nothing. You sabotage your life by assuming that happiness will only show up for you if you cultivate the absolute perfect situation for yourself.
To avoid self-sabotage, let yourself lean into imperfection. There…

Product of the Month | Self-Stirring Mug

I think I *probably* saw about Self Stirring Mug in a video from a popular site, I hardly remember. But since, I been thinking of owning one. I thought it was really pricey, but nope nope nope! 
The self stirring mug is RM19.90 at the DIY store (approximately USD3.5-4), and I grabbed it! 
Love my mug!
I has always been a mug mania. I love collecting mugs and containters and watter bottles. I think this stuffs are so fascinating. Although I only use one per day but I kept on buying. My latest baby is  the A5 Memo Bottle, which I will talk about soon!
So how does the self stirring mug works? Here's a video!

There's a lot of critique of how lazy people is by getting a self-stirring mug, but I don't think that is a problem. You don't have to use spoons and it's well blended to the bottom of the mug. Though thick powder may limits the movement of the spinner, but I think it's fine for now. It's cool to have this stuff around.
I don't think I'll stop buyi…

Javian | Exploring Sarawak Food in Kuala Lumpur

The struggle of looking for Sarawak food in Peninsular Malaysia is real, y'all. When you miss home and you remind yourself of your mom's cooking hot, brewed Laksa Sarawak in the morning (well, I eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner). 
I was exploring around to find if I can eat my favourite Laksa Sarawak - and I found Javian Kitchen in The Atmosphere, Seri Kembangan! I was based in Bandar Tasik Selatan, so Seri Kembangan is around 15 minutes from my place. I was so happy, I planned to go with my best friend, Intan there.

The place is rad tho! Photo source: Javian


Cool interior design! It was filled with Sarawak creative products as well, too bad I didn't take much pictures. 

The savoury Laksa Sarawak. Tastes sweet and spicy and fat-sy! Haha! Probably among the best Laksa I've tasted so far. A big full bowl, with portions of chicken and prawns. Satisfying!
They have wide range of Sarawak food, but I go straight for Laksa Sarawak. I saw Nasi Goreng Cornbeef (Fried Ric…

Eating Good | The Apps that You Need

100kg is the weight that I have now.
I've bear with it for one year - I was simply very comfortable with my weight without noticing how much it impacted me, mentally and physically.  


Physically, I'm weak, I'm always exhausted, I didn't do exercise and usually have trouble sleeping; due to overeating, extra energy, unregulated sleeping schedule and most of the time, insomnia. I also suffered from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) which leads to hirsutism and irregular periods. 
Mentally, I have trouble coping with my bipolar disorder and anxiety issues - when it hits me hard, I either eat too much or too little. Body image issues, insecurities, engulfed me into a dread of continuous sorrow.
So just few weeks back, I discovered this apps on Play Store, Lifesum.


I managed to track on calories that I take for a day. It also sync to my Google Fit tracker, which I know how much steps I taken, exercise etc. I set myself to walk 5,000 steps a day. I found out that my mornin…