Wednesday, July 28, 2010

SR street cafe

Simpang Renggam Street cafe, mesti ramai yang tak pernah dengar kan...jom kita pergi makan kat Simpang Renggam, Johor. Spagetti ada, western ada pizza pun ada..yummy2..
Ni kitorang adik beradik pergi makan kat SR street cafe minggu lepas. Abang badang cuti asasi, si nanad pun cuti gak..cuti hujung minggu. heh.
 si kecik kesayangan saya mestilah menyelit sekali...dia order air milo monster


set ayam yang dipesan abang badang..kentang goreng dia besarr betul.gemuk2. Ayam je macam tak cukup gemuk, tokey ayam bagi makan dedak sikit kot.
restoran ni dibuka dari siang sampai malam...time ni kitorang makan untuk lunch




kesian si kecik melopong tengok kakak dengan abang makan sebab kids meal lambat sangat sampai..
pizza dia memang lembut dan sedap. Harga pun berpatutan..RM8.90...murah kan. Cheese dia pun banyak cuma kena tahan kesabaran menunggu je
yang duduk tengah2 tu siapa? rahsia...
muka kami sama tak?..heh
cantik suasana dalam restoran ni...WiFi pun ada

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Temuduga di Adtec

Hari ni temuduga terbuka di ADTEC, Melaka. Jadi wajib lar pergi ye.
Sebab utama nak cari kerja n pengalaman interview dengan industri.

Walaupun ni kali kedua pergi interview, tapi adalah pertama kalinya dengan industri..sebelum ni bidang education. Kesimpulan yang dapat dibuat hasil pergi interview kedua2 nya,

Kalau pergi interview bidang education....education kita banyak ditanya. Jadi kena ready betul2 tentang projek kita masa dekat u dulu dan latihan praktikal. Apa yang dapat kita sumbangkan pada universiti.

Kalau pergi interview bidang industri pula..soalan tentang pekerjaan kita yang lepas2 akan ditanya. Yang penting pastikan kita selidik latar belakang syarikat yang kita pohon, job description..
...
..
.dan sedia untuk jawap soalan macam.."how long do you plan on work here?" the best answer should be
  • I would like to stay as long as there are growth opportunities.
  • I would prefer to stay long term, if possible. I like the flexible hours you offer, which would work well with my other commitments, like my studies (or children, family, etc.). 
jangan jadi cam aku..pergi jawap "three to five years"...al kompem takkan dishort listed kan...hahaha. PADAN MUKA AKU... 

soalan2 interview yang ditanya tadi 
"what is your ambition?" 
"Do you have plans for continued study? for PHD?
"Are you decide to become a lecturer?"

 kalau nak soalan2 interview yang lain dengan jawapan klik sini

Monday, July 26, 2010

How to Build a Better Butt

from (http://www.webmd.com)

Booty Boot Camp

If you feel your "rear view" needs a makeover, the right fitness routine can provide a natural lift. Can you achieve the "perfect" Brazilian beach butt seen on TV? That depends partly on your body type and genetics, but most everyone can shape up to look better in jeans. Ready to take a crack at it? The following pictures show you the moves.

Behind It All: The Gluteal Muscles

The shape of the buttocks is defined by muscles known as the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus (hidden under other muscles), as well as the overlying fat. Walking, running, and climbing all work the glutes. Strength training that targets these muscles can help develop a tighter, more rounded look. Adding a few butt-busting moves to your routine may be enough to see a difference.

Squat and Tone

The squat tops every list of butt-busting exercises. It directly engages the glutes, and you can build bigger musculature by adding weights. The key is to maintain proper alignment.
Form: Keep feet parallel, shoulder-width apart. Slowly lower hips as if sitting in an invisible chair; then return to standing. Make sure your knees do not push out in front of your toes. Keep your torso tight and back straight.

Variation: Backward Lunge

When you step backward into a lunge, it works the glutes a little more intensely and adds variety to your workout. Lunges also help promote hip flexibility and proper alignment, which can suffer when people spend long hours sitting at a desk.
Form: Use the same posture as in a forward lunge, but step backward to position the lower leg. Remember not to let the front knee push out in front of your toes.

Variation: Side Lunge

The side lunge directly targets the muscle on the outside of the hips, the glutes, and tones the inner thighs, too.
Form: From a wide stance, bend one knee. Keep the shinbone under that knee vertical to the floor. If the knee falls inside the foot, use a shorter stance. Lean forward slightly, but keep your shoulders behind your knees to avoid injury. Choose a hand position that helps with balance.

Floor Work: Side Leg Raises

This move targets the two smaller muscle groups in the buttocks, the gluteus medius and minimus. Raising the leg just a few inches will work these muscles.
Form: Lift the top leg while lying on your side. Keep the hips stacked and the torso still; both knees facing forward. For a variation that works slightly different muscles, you can turn the top leg out from the hip.

Floor Work: Running Plank

In addition to challenging the gluteal muscles, running plank works the shoulders, hips, and core muscles. Do it quickly to burn calories while building muscle.
Form: Engage the abdominal muscles to protect the lower back. Spread your fingers wide to protect the wrists.

Friday, July 23, 2010

7 Wonders of Water

http://www.webmd.com

Stay Slimmer With Water

Trying to lose weight? Water revs up metabolism and helps you feel full.

Replace calorie-laden beverages with water, and drink a glass before meals to help you feel fuller.

Drinking more water also helps amp up metabolism - especially if your glass is icy cold. Your body must work to warm the water up, burning a few extra calories in the process.

Water Boosts Your Energy

If you’re feeling drained and depleted, get a pick-me-up with water. Dehydration makes you feel fatigued.

Water helps the blood transport oxygen and other essential nutrients to your cells.

If you’re getting enough water, your heart also doesn’t have to work as hard to pump blood throughout your body.

Lower Stress With Water

85% of your brain tissue is water. If you’re dehydrated, both your body and your mind will be stressed.

If you’re feeling thirsty, you’re already a little dehydrated.

To keep stress levels down, keep a glass of water at your desk or tote a sports bottle and sip regularly.

Build Muscle Tone With Water

Drinking water helps prevent muscle cramping and lubricates joints in the body.

When you’re well hydrated, you can exercise longer and stronger without "hitting the wall."

Nourish Your Skin

Fine lines and wrinkles are deeper when you’re dehydrated. Water is nature’s own beauty cream.

Drinking water hydrates skin cells and plumps them up, making your face look younger.

It also flushes out impurities and improves circulation and blood flow, leaving your face clean, clear, and glowing.

Stay Regular With Water

Along with fiber, water is essential to good digestion.

Water helps dissolve waste particles and passes them smoothly through your digestive tract.

If you’re dehydrated, your body absorbs all the water, leaving your colon dry and making it more difficult to pass waste.

Water Reduces Kidney Stones

The rate of painful kidney stones is rising because people - including children - aren't drinking enough water.

Water dilutes the salts and minerals in your urine that form the solid crystals known as kidney stones.

Kidney stones can't form in diluted urine, so reduce your risk with plenty of water!

Are You Drinking Enough Water?

Generally, nutritionists recommend we follow the "8x8 rule."

Drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day.

You may need more water if you exercise or sweat heavily.
You may need less water if you drink other beverages often.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Teeth: Brighter Smile

"How Can I Brighten My Smile?" from, http://www.webmd.com

  1. Do you regularly enjoy tobacco, coffee, tea, red wine, and/or soft drinks?
    You answered: No
    Tobacco, coffee, tea, red wine, colas, and orange soda all contain dark compounds that can be absorbed by the enamel on teeth over time. You can have your teeth whitened if you use these products. But the stains may return within a month or so. Consider cutting back your consumption, or quitting. Also, brush your teeth after drinking these beverages or smoking.

  2. Do you eat a lot of dark fruit (eg. blueberries and purple grapes), light fruit (eg. melons and peaches), chocolate, and/or cheese?
    You answered: Yes
    Blueberries, chocolate, and other dark and acidic foods can superficially discolor your teeth. In fact, anything that can stain your carpet can discolor your teeth. Brushing after each meal can help prevent these stains.
    Cheeses and low-acidic foods also help reduce your risk of cavities. Still, be sure to brush after eating.

  3. Are the stains on your teeth yellowish, brownish, and/or grayish/purplish?
    You answered: Yes
    Yellowish stains are the most common because teeth yellow naturally with age. Yellowish teeth are also the easiest to whiten with common peroxide-based whitening gels or strips available in drugstores. Toothpastes with whitening agents may also help lighten yellowish teeth.
    Brownish teeth are more difficult to whiten than yellowish teeth, depending on the severity of your stains. Ask your dentist if your teeth would respond to strips and gels from the drugstore, or whether you need a more concentrated solution available only at the dentist's office.
    Grayish or purplish teeth are the most difficult to whiten with bleaching gels and strips. Drugs such as tetracycline can cause this hue. Also, some people have naturally grayish/purplish teeth. If this color describes your teeth, ask your dentist about laser-assisted whitening techniques or about veneers, which are tooth-colored shells that cover the enamel surface of your teeth.

  4. Have you considered any of the following: whitening toothpastes, over-the-counter gels or strips, professional bleaching, veneers?
    You answered: Yes
    Whitening toothpastes ($3 - $5) usually contain mild chemicals -- not bleach -- to help polish teeth and remove superficial stains from food or drink. At best, they can lighten your teeth one shade. Look for the American Dental Association's (ADA) Seal of Acceptance on any whitening toothpaste you buy.
    Over-the-counter strips or gels ($10 to $55) use peroxide-based solutions to lighten teeth. Typically they contain 10% carbamide peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is a breakdown product of the carbamide peroxide. They can lighten teeth a few shades. The results can last several months, or a year, or longer, depending on the condition of your teeth and your habits.
    Professional bleaching ($250 to $800) at the dentist's office uses a higher concentration of peroxide (15% to 35%). You have several options at the dentist's office. Your dentist may make a mouthpiece that fits your teeth and send you home with a concentrated gel. You then wear the mouthpiece filled with whitening gel at night, bathing your teeth in the bleach. Or your dentist may apply the solution in the office and speed the whitening process by using a laser or light. These procedures can be done in one office visit several hours long, or over several shorter office visits. Professional bleaching can lighten some teeth by three to eight shades, and the results can last one to five years.

  5. Do you have fillings, crowns, bridges, bonding, or dentures?
    You answered: No
    Fillings, crowns, bridges, bonding, and dentures do not lighten with bleaching. If you have a lot of dental work, you may end up with an uneven smile after teeth whitening.
    Dental work in the front of your mouth interferes with teeth whitening the most. Ask your dentist about the cost of replacing any prominent dental work. Dental work in the back of your mouth is not as noticeable and shouldn't result in an uneven smile after teeth whitening.

  6. Are you pregnant or breastfeeding, have sensitive or receding gums, or allergic to peroxide?
    You answered: No
    Pregnant or breastfeeding women should wait before having their teeth whitened, advises the American Dental Association. There is little research on the effects that bleaching products may have on pregnant or breastfeeding women.
    People with sensitive or receding gums should consult their dentist before whitening their teeth. Whitening agents such as peroxide normally cause some temporary discomfort in the mouth. If you have gum disease, exposed roots, or other oral problems, the peroxide may cause greater sensitivity.
    People who are allergic to peroxide should not have their teeth whitened. Most gels, strips, and tray-based solutions contain peroxide. The concentrations vary, with lower levels of peroxide in products sold at the drugstore and high levels in solutions used at the dentist's office.

  7. Do you currently use an electric toothbrush and/or whitening toothpaste?
    You answered: No
    Electric toothbrushes with the American Dental Association (ADA) seal of approval are often more effective than standard toothbrushes. With all brushes, buy ones with soft bristles. Soft bristles are more flexible, thus better at sliding under gum tissue to remove plaque. Hard bristles can damage your gums.
    Whitening toothpastes with the American Dental Association (ADA) seal of approval have been shown in some studies to slightly lighten teeth. Toothpaste with fluoride also helps prevent cavities, which can discolor teeth. Toothpaste with any gentle abrasive such as baking soda can remove surface stains immediately after eating, but this is not as effective at preventing cavities or whitening teeth.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

jom GCB...i'm lovin' it...

Grilled chicken burger...so yummy,gorgeous,glorious
Grab a bite of the GCB..and you will want more
double set for me..

haha..just kidding.  Satu set pun aku jenuh nak abiskan..kenyang sangat. Sedap sangat. Petang ni nak makan lagilah..hehe. Sebab GCB ni LIMITED time only.

Semalam pergi makan dengan cik Maw 'santai'.
 seronok makan dengan cik Maw, petang nanti kita makan lagi ye...hehe

 


Monday, July 19, 2010

newest luxury resort in Melaka

Philea Resort & Spa Ayer keroh Melaka.
http://www.phileahotel.com/
6 bintang ye...Betul2 berdekatan dengan tol ayer keroh dan taman rama2 dan juga pintu masuk UTeM..hari2 aku tengok..dapat tengok je sebab harga mahal,lagipun rumah sewakan dah ada.

Harga bermula dari serendah RM780 hingga RM3280...'murah' kan?

tapi serius bilik2 dia memang cantikkkkk....
 Ni la Villa dia. Ada tiga jenis semuanya..

1.Pavillion Villa
sila perhatikan kipas dia yang berbentuk daun..unik kan? ada sentimental value kat situ

2.Philea Villa

dan yang paling mahal  

3.Royal Villa
 Gambaran dalam bilik Royal Villa diorang rahsiakan...tapi yang pastinya mesti exclusive gilee..

Kalau orang singapore yang datang bercuti ke melaka bolehlah menginap disini.
Dekat je dengan McD Ayer Keroh, Zoo Melaka, Melaka Wonderland..

p/s: masa mula2 dalam pembinaan lagi aku dah pasang niat nak menginap saja2 kat sini..nampaknya..angan saja2 aku musnah begitu sahaja  ..huhu

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Pak putra restaurant

Ni ada lagi satu tempat makan favourite kitorang kat melaka...Pak putra  Restaurant berdekatan dengan kota laksamana dan jonker walk.

Kat sini diorang menghidangkan makanan India seperti nasi beriani, roti nan, tandori dan banyak lagi.

Hadapan kedai

roti nan yang gebusss.
Ayam tandori
baldi merah tu penuh dengan tepung untuk wat roti nan
tempayan tempat bakar roti nan dan ayam tandori..
menu baru kat sini..macam2 jenis perisa ada. Pesan air strawberry tapi tekak kitorang rasa zapple.. kenapakah?

menu favourite...chicken hyderabath (spelling xtau betul ke idak). Pedas dan sedap.
 Makan bersama nasi beriani lagi sedap..yum2...

Kalau datang melaka jangan lupa singgah..ni antara tempat2 makan best tau kat Melaka

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