September 22, 2014

Health Screening

Our beloved MET Club had been organized Health Screening Test to all the members club.
Since I was one of the committee member, so I'm the top ten candidates for the first hour.
Alhamdulilah, the result shows I'm in good health except the BMI!
This is the worst weight that I've gained!!!I realized I couldn't button my jeans and pants!
BUT i don't even bother it!I let myself eat,eat,eat..Mr.Dota never,never ever trying to remind me,so  i kept thinking I'm in good shape(walawei...)*tampar muka sendiri banyak kali tau*

So,the conclusion are.... trying to exercise regularly, mind the food ,the calories...
No fast foods (since we banned MCD ),KFC still trying minimize the frequently...
Less sugar( O my...teh tarik pak yub ), No cheese,drink at least 3 L water a day, drink green tea to help increasing my metabolism!!

So I started to forcing myself to overlook myself again,love the SWEAT even more and more,trying to be more energetic and let the 
lamak-lamak bergegar!!!!muahahaha......

Me & Mr.Dota

              Me : Hm...DO you think I'm fat?

              Mr.Dota : NO!!Why?You look good with your own shape now

                        Me : Are you blind or what?My BMI proudly announced me that                                         I"M *******.The sexy lady said my perfect weight is** kg and i                                       need to worked harder to reduce the fat and the kilos.

              Mr.Dota : giggled,giggled and answer

              Me            : Hm...Well I'm waiting here patiently!!

              Mr.Dota : B,please!!!That's a very tricky question!
                                  I hardly don't know how to answer it because you are unpredictable

             Giggled again and again....

             OK ,bye

August 27, 2014

Sharing is Caring # 01

Alhamdulilah , sempat juga pergi majlis ilmu di office....
Terima Kasih pada pihak yang menganjurkan.
Ok,kawan-kawan jom kita baca apa yang Ustad dari JAIS sampaikan untuk kita sentiasa ingati dan amalkan.

1. Sentiasa berzikir 
2. Jangan memutuskan silaturahim antara manusia.
3. Beri  salam antara sesama manusia tidak kira agama.Paling koman pun,SENYUMLAH!
4. Jangan benci - membenci ( lately,aku perasan aku suka bersangka buruk yang amat!!)
5. Jangan dengki  - mendengki
6. Sentiasa bersyukur dengan nikmat yang diberi ( Jangan suka buat perbandingan):
    - Syukur kerana dijadikan sebagai manusia oleh ALLAH swt
    - Syukur kerana dijadikan Lelaki atau Perempuan oleh ALLAH swt
    - Syukur kerana dijadikan sebagai umat nabi Muhammad SAW
    - Syukur kerana mendapat hidayah dan menganut agama ISLAM
7. Sabar :
    - bersabar dalam beribadah
    - bersabar apabila diduga musibah
    - bersabar untuk isteri pada dunia dan akhirat ( utk mr.hubby,kikiki )
8. Doa ; 
    - supaya dilindungi dari manusia yang suka membuka keaiban orang lain
    - supaya dilindungi daripaa mempunyai harta yang menyebabkan kita menjadi lalai pada ALLAH SWT

Ok,cukup untuk hari ni ye....
Selamat bercuti dan MERDEKA,MERDEKA,MERDEKA!!!!

August 4, 2014

Selamat Hari Raya Ualls

Salam Aidilfitri untuk anda semua tidak kira berada di mana

Gambar family?ehem.....tahun ni teda sebab anak-anak sia sibuk main!!Tiba-tiba jadi hyperaktif sampai di kampung

July 7, 2014

Salam Ramadan

Alhamdulilah, hari ini masuk hari ke 9 umat islam berpuasa, insyaallah.
Well, my mission for this Ramadan is trying to cooked for the whole Ramadan..
But sometimes we can't deal with the obstacles (cis....padahal alasan memanjang kan)
Last week,our ' sahur ' and  'if tar ' was chicken and meat for the whole week!

Gosshhhh, you not gonna believe me,  lastly, aku makan sardin cap ayam brand yang simple tu juga,kakakkaa....

Ada juga pergi bazar Ramadan,but surprisingly I'm not appetite with the foods and drinks..
Entah kenapa,maybe my ' nawaitu ' from the beginning Ramadan.
This year, we decided to teach Emi how to fasting...she only managed to complete half day for two days,kwangkwang...
All the cepu emas question pun keluar...

Why I need to fast?
Are you fasting Mommy?Daddy?
But why ?I'm hungry and exhausted!!

But it's OK Emi,slowly do it....Apa yang penting,belajar solat dulukan?
Happy fasting day people!!

April 8, 2014

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And those who are looking for a good digestion and healthier life ,try this out

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March 17, 2014

Hello March

Hello March!!!Hi people!!Did you miss me??ahaks.....
" Ewew!!!!"....

Lately, I really hate to be a blogger,ahahaha...blogger ke?
Now a days, people like,like ,like to judge and some times be
a haters to somebody maybe they doesn't know who you are.
But thank you to the haters,awak memperbanyakkan lagi pahala saya,hehehe....
And please remind to yourself too...MENGUMPAT adalah perbuatan yang hina dan buruk,ianya disamakan
seperti memakan daging saudara seagama walaupun orang yang diumpat itu adalah orang bukan islam.
( remind to myself too)...wahhhh,panas telingakan? are free to judge...

Azam tahun lepas WAJIB di gunapakai untuk tahun ini...Nampaknya azam yang itu macam makin terkubur,ishhhh...payah macam ni!!!Mesti kuatkan semangat!

Big applause to myself, one step further out from my comfort zone!!
I just keep it for myself,someday maybe i will share it to you.
Life is where you no need to be PERFECT,because PERFECTIONIST is BORING!!!!!
Life must be hectic, love, kind,' tawadhu ' ,spread the kindness no matter what religion are you!!!
Smile and Laugh while you can!!!

*Cerita semalam*

Emi : Mumy,kesiannya orang yang dalam kapal MH370 tu...
Mumy : Hmmmm.....
Emi : Kita tak payahlah naik flight lagi,emi takut hilang!
         Takutnya kalau dady dan mumy mati....
         * tiba-tiba dia nangis *
Mumy :  * Speechless*
Emi : Tapi kalau dady dan mumy takde, nanti IBUlah jaga kami
Mumy : ***adoilahhhhhhhh***

Thank you ALLAH for greatest things that happened to me...
Another year with the title " Mumy" sometimes " MAK ".....
Another year with the title WIFE , ANAK and FRIENDS....

Oh yes...tambah setahun 'muda ' untuk diriku,hihihi....
Advance celebration from my family,Thank you so much!!
Dapat GG baru,wakakak....don't get wrong here!!bukan GG palasu K!!!

August 21, 2013

Copy & Paste

Coping with an Ill-Tempered Child | IslamToday - English

  • Sun, 11/21/2004

It never ceases to amaze me how many people complain about their children’s bad tempers and have not the faintest idea what to do when their children get angry. 

We are often surprised and hurt by the things we hear our children say in anger, their hands folded across their chests, words like: “I hate you!” and “I don’t want you!” and “I don’t love you anymore!” Children say such things when they are angry, and parents are often at a loss to respond with anything other than harsh words, curses, and a good smack. Most parents have no better remedy to administer and justify themselves by saying that they are disciplining their children for their bad manners. 

In truth, cursing and hitting the child is nothing more than a hasty reaction from the parents dressed up in the guise of “discipline”. 

There are many things that the parents need to take into consideration in order to handle the situation correctly and remedy their children’s tempers: 

* When we consider the guidance of the Prophet (peace be upon him), we observe that he never once struck his wife or servant. I am not merely discussing the question of “to hit or not to hit”. What I am saying is that hitting often exacerbates the problem far more than it remedies it. 

* Many parents are confused about what they should do first when their child gets angry – should they focus on the cause of the anger or on the anger itself? 

In my personal estimation, it seems that seeking a solution for the cause of the anger is better than trying to remedy the anger itself. Eliminating the cause of a problem is invariably a solution to the problem. 

* If we as adults fail to exhibit any self-restraint when we are angry, how can we expect our children to do so? It is important for us to raise our children to know how to stay calm and collected and deal with things in a rational manner. If we are neglectful in this, then we will have no recourse but to calm the child down when he gets angry and then try to find out how to deal with the cause of his anger. 

There is an old Arab saying that goes: “You cannot give what you do not have.” This is true. If the parent has a bad temper and is unable to control himself when he gets angry, how can he fault his child for the same? The parent is the role model. The child does what he sees his parents doing. 

* Why should we not discuss the matter with our children when they get angry? Isn’t it better to use such a tone than it is to cry and shout, which only causes the child even more distress? There is no problem with using a conversational tone in discussing matters with our children. In the Qur’ân, we see that the Lord of All the Worlds uses such a tone with his angels and His Prophets. We see the Prophet Solomon (peace be upon him) using such a tone even when he speaks to a bird. Is not it more appropriate for us to do so with our children who are our own flesh and blood? 

Many parents address their children in a demeaning, condescending tone, simply because their children are small and their young minds have not matured. The parents see that the time to show respect has not yet arrived. I see this as a big mistake, though one that is very common. If we look to the Prophet (peace be upon him) for guidance, we see that he behaved very respectfully towards children. 

* We need to exercise a lot of patience when dealing with children. A child is naturally eager and impressionable, with an unlimited imagination. It is wrong to expect him to behave like an adult when he has yet to learn to distinguish between what is beneficial and what is harmful. This explains to us the reason why the Prophet (peace be upon him) descended from the pulpit to meet his grandchildren al-Hasan and al-Husayn, even though many prominent Companions were standing before him. 

* It is a serious mistake for our children to feel unloved by his parents. This is the case even when the child is being punished. The feeling of love should be ever-present, even when administering bitter medicine. This is especially true since our children have hold of our hearts, and in spite of their tender years, they have an influence over us. 

* We need to accustom our children to communicating their feelings to us, to express themselves properly when they are angry instead of crying and shouting. 

When we come to know the cause of the anger, we need to speak to our children on their own level and explain matters to them in a way that they can understand. We cannot deal with them as if they were adults like ourselves, we must deal with them on their own level, no matter how trivial their problems may seem to us. 

We can think about how a little girl took the Prophet’s hand and he allowed her to lead him around wherever she wanted to go. 

A child needs to feel that he lives in an environment of controlled freedom. He should not live in an atmosphere of constant control and domination so that he represses his feelings and his identity. 

* In one survey, it was determined that 70% of the children living in the Gulf region suffer from psychological disorders of one kind or another. We find ourselves between two opposite extremes – that of going overboard in controlling and disciplining our children and that of utter laxity. What is needed is a just balance. 

I know some very respectable people who insist on pining over every detail when it comes to “raising” their children, so much so that the child can scarcely breathe without being taken to account for it. When the father comes to me with his son in tow, the boy’s face is ashen and he is visibly disturbed. This is because the child is not allowed to act in any way other than according to his father’s mindset, which is an impossible burden for the mind of a small child. 

* We must teach our children to seek means to control their anger. We might instruct them to perform ablutions or to sit down if they are standing or to take hold of a book or some other object. If he does so and his anger subsides, then he should be commended and rewarded for keeping his anger under control. Do not withhold the praise when your child keeps himself calm. Let him know with your words and gestures that you recognize his achievement. Give him a little token of appreciation, even just the pen in your shirt pocket. 

* Allow the child to role-play. Be the angry one and let your child try to calm you down. Let his try whatever means he feels are appropriate. 

* It is better for a child to say “I feel angry because of this or that” than it is for him to scream and shout. 

* The dictatorial approach is not always the right one. We need to avoid saying things like “Shut up!” “Get out of my sight!” “If I get my hands on you, I am going to break your head!” and “Don’t use that impudent tone with me!” 

At times, might we rather say: “Dear, I am your father (or mother, as the case may be) and I love you. I feel it when you are angry, so do not distress me so.” What is important is for the child to empathize with your feelings. The child today will be an adult tomorrow, and if we do not develop such an empathy with our children when they are young, we may regret it down the road. 

* We should take to heart the example of the Prophet (peace be upon him). Anas said about him: “I swear by Allah. I have never seen anyone show more mercy to his family that Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him).” [Sahîh Muslim (2316)] 

The Prophet (peace be upon him) loved children. He wept when his little son Ibrâhîm died. 

Whenever a child was born, they would bring the child to the Prophet (peace be upon him) and he would offer supplications for the child. Sometimes he would change a child’s name to a better one. He used to play with children and humor them. 

When al-Hasan, the Prophet’s grandson came running into the Prophet’s room and jumped down in front of him, the Prophet (peace be upon him) embraced him and kissed him and said: “O Allah! Love him and love those who love him.” [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (2122) and Sahîh Muslim (2421)] 

He would go to the mosque, carrying either al-Hasan or al-Husayn on his shoulder. Once he prayed his prayers while carrying Umamah bint Zaynab in his arms. He consoled a small child whose pet bird had died. He would even seek the permission of a child sitting to his right to allow him to offer a drink first to some elders on his left. When the child refused to waive his right, the Prophet (peace be upon him) served the child first. We see where `Amr b. Salamah was appointed to lead the prayers for his people though he was only six years old, simply because he was the most knowledgeable among them of the Qur’ân. 

Examples like these abound, and when we regard them, the greatness of the Prophet’s character becomes all the more evident to us. We realize that the best schools of education and childrearing in the East and West are in need of the light of our Prophet’s example. 

P/s : Reminder to all the parents out there.Never stop telling them " I Love You Baby!! "