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Friday, 5 October 2018

Bukit Jelutong #8 Plant Exchange & Adoption Programme and Flea Market

Time flies very fast . BJ Green Rangers had announced that the 8th BJPE will be held this coming 20th October 2018.

Surprise surprise...can you spot me in the banner? Yup.. the photo was taken during last BJPE. There were loads of plants donated by BJ Green Rangers and members of the public. I can't be sure but I think there were at least 1000 plants given out on last BjPE. Mamarazzi and me alone brought over around 100 plants and all were snapped up.

I guess this coming BJPE will be way better  than the last  as there  are plenty of interesting programme listed. I know Mamarazzi would be very happy as I heard there would be free coffee.

As for me, I hope that there will be many  visitors come to my stall. Am gonna "open" business there. Will be selling books and vegetables from Mamarazzi' s garden.

Mark your calender and do drop by if you have the time ya. See you there!

Thursday, 4 October 2018

Getting Natural In The Nursery

You wouldn’t be here if you didn’t already know about the benefits of a natural home. Going natural is often the best way for both you and your family to achieve the lifestyles you’re after.

You’ll find natural choices are especially beneficial when it comes to raising a family. We’ve spoken in the past about how gardening with kids is always a good idea. But, there’s no reason you should stop there when it comes to letting nature into their lives.

In truth, you can start introducing this lifestyle well before they’re able to use a spade. There’s nothing to stop you introducing them to the benefits of nature the moment they come into the world. The sooner, the better, as they say. With that in mind, you might want to consider a few of the ways you can introduce nature into your little one’s nursery. Lucky for you, we have some pointers to help you do just that.

Consider natural materials

It should go without saying that a room filled with natural materials is your best bet here. Investing in plastic cribs and the like just won’t have the same impact. By comparison, a nursery which makes use of wood more than anything else is sure to look amazing. The good news is, there are plenty of opportunities to introduce wood into the space. You could opt for a wooden floor for one, which is both practical and beautiful. You could also either make wooden furniture, or invest in ready-made wooden options like the nursery furniture sets from Cuckooland. You could even take this further by investing in natural wooden toys for display. A wooden dial hanging from the ceiling would be the ideal way to complete this all-natural room. Whatever you do, steer clear of synthetic materials which will look out of place.

Incorporate plants

We know what you’re thinking; aren’t plants and babies a bad mix? Undeniably, you need to be careful about what you choose for this. Still, there are plenty of plants out there which are 100% safe. Given that these have the benefits of purifying nursery air, they’re worth your attention. There are plenty of guides out there to give you an idea here. Options like snake plants and spider plants are both well worth your attention. As well as their health benefits, these bring a beautiful natural appearance to any nursery.

Keep the space clear

There may not be anything natural per se about a clean room. Most of nature can get pretty wild. But, you’ll also find that keeping the nursery clear of clutter will work wonders here. There’s something about a clean room which lets air circulate and keeps things fresh. Pair this with that natural wooden floor, and you’ll have a natural nursery to die for in no time. Of course, keeping a baby’s room clean isn’t always easy. Your best bet for success is to incorporate plenty of storage units, and clean little and often to keep on top.

Thursday, 13 September 2018

The Importance Of Planning For Your Future

Your future starts from the day that you are born, with every single day after that leading to your future life and career. You might not realise it but every single thing that you do is leading you down the path to your future life, every school tips, every science fair, every celebration, is helping you to shape your future by molding you into the person that you are to become.

A lot of people make the mistake of failing to think about their future until they reach a certain point in their lives, doing little to no planning until that point. However, if you have strong aspirations that you want to reach, it’s essential that you start planning for your future as soon as possible.

With that in mind, below are some tips and suggestions for ways in which you can begin planning for your future as soon as possible.

Think about what you want 

The first step to planning for your future is thinking about what you want. The best way to do this is to allow yourself to dream. Ask yourself where you see yourself going in life and which career path do you see yourself going down. By dreaming about where you would like your life to go, you can help to make your chances of actually achieving your dreams more likely. That’s why it’s so important to take time to think about what you want to get out of life and where you want your road to lead.

Know what your options are

It’s vital that you know what your options are when it comes to education. The fact is that most careers require a good education to a high standard, and while you may know that undertaking a degree is the answer to achieving this, you might not know what your options are for how you learn. Traditionally, all learning took place on campus but today, thanks to the internet that is no longer the case - home learning has become extremely popular. Did you know that you could do a operations management degree online? Or that you could study mathematics from your computer? The fact is that when it comes to learning, the internet has changed everything, including how you can learn.

Map out your future

One of the most important steps that you can take when it comes to planning for your future is to actually map out your future. If you are going to create a future for yourself that you love and build a career that is on par with your aspirations, it’s essential that you map out your future and know what you are looking to achieve. Because if you don’t take steps to carefully map out your future, then you may not know what you need to do to get to where you want to go.

When it comes to achieving your dreams, planning for your future is of the highest importance, as you can’t achieve goals that you don’t know the steps to meeting, can you?

Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Yayasan Sime Darby Art Festival 18th & 19 August 2018 @KLPAC

After 2 years, we were back again at the Yayasan Sime Darby Art Festival which is full of fun for the young and young at heart. Suitable for whole family. This year we were pretty early as we wanted to register for some free workshops. Yup...everything was free. But this round there were no online registration.

It rained but still the festival must go on. We arrived just in time to watch the Opening Ceremony.

 It was AWWWWEEEESOME!. I thought there was an earthquake!

My first workshop was Expressive Art. It took about an hour. 

While I was doing my stuffs, Mamarazzi went exploring. Saw some exhibitions locate all over KLPAC building. 

Then She spotted this stall Bracelet making. Hmmmm..... The lady invited her to try ....

Not easy oh....

She surprised me with this. One for me one for her. 

The rain stopped and she went outside. Wanted to try her hand on Macrame making but unfortunately the class was all full up . 

So pretty leh. 

There were some other classes outdoor ; like wood work, water painting, postcards making, batik painting and etc.

But rock painting seems to capture her fancy

Nice or not?

Impressive rock painting work

Especially these owls

One barn Owl followed us home

Any coffee lover here?

Guess what.... the artist are using coffee as paint to doodle.

Mamarazzi said the artist painted her using coffee. But I said doesn't look like her... where's the pimple?

Apart from that, there are plenty of things happening outdoors and indoors too. There ballet, drum performance , traditional dances ....

Indoors there were Concerts, choir and drama performance. Mulan Mulan had everyone laughing in stitches.

But I like the most was IceLone Magic show.

Can't help myself from asking for a "wefie" with the Talented Artist. 

 Too soon we had to go off though there are plenty to see and experience there. 

Managed to get some postcards as souvenirs. 

Impressive art made from recycled items. 

Oh welll.... till next time......

Tuesday, 3 July 2018


Sorry for the long silence. I am having fever. Football fever! Are you a fan of football? Which team are you rooting for? I am rooting guess. Nobody is too old or too young for football.

In fact, KidZania Sportz 2018 is now having a month long football-themed activities and to spark passion for football in kids. Mark your calendar as from From 9 June to 8 July there will be all sorts of activities to celebrate the joy of playing football. Lets all have fun!

As The Mayor of KidZania Kuala Lumpur, En. Shahrul Nizam Ahmad said,  “Sports is more than a healthy pastime, it improves coordination, builds confidence and helps develop social skills. Games can also teach kids about cooperation and teamwork; these are important aspects of growing up and we are proud to present ‘KidZania SportZ’ for the second time, giving children more opportunities to ‘Learn Life Today’.”

 It's not just about the game but also about teamwork and comradeship.

Malaysian Blind Football Team will also be making special appearance and kids  will get to learn more about Blind Football . It will be interesting to try scoring goal while being blind folded in this special session.

There will be daily activities like futsal, foosball, table-top football, Subbuteo and many more.

For more information on the activities and timing , check out their page at

Not only confine to that. KidZania SportZ 2018 also have  more activities up its sleeves for kids and their parents . Bike Training, Table Tennis Robot Training, Archery and Finger Skateboarding are also in the game plan. 

There are more good news!  From 9 June to 8 July 2018, we will get a 20% discount off admission tickets if we book the tickets online with the promo code <SPRTZ2>. 

Another good news is that we can get 1 FREE special B*KidZanian  folder when we participate in KidZania Sports Activities :
  1. Participate in at least 2 of the KidZania Sports activities
  2. Go news for  to the PaZZport office and present you PaZZport the the staff
  3. Collect your FREE B•KidZanian folder (while stocks last)

What are you waiting for? Let's play. I want one of those! **hint hint and wink wink at Mamarazzi *

For more information about activities and events at KidZania Kuala Lumpur, visit or, or call the KidZania Careline 1300 88 KIDZ (5439) from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm, Monday to Sunday.

Saturday, 19 May 2018

Garden After General Election 14

The other day, a reader asked whether am I the one who wrote the blog. Mamarazzi replied that she helped me write as a form of diary for me.

Anyway, last blog post I did sort of write  it . Well, at least I helped editing some of the photos. Yea... now it's me who teach Mamarazzi how to edit photo instead .

Am wondering how is General Election done in other countries? For as long as I know , each time GE approach there will be flags and posters "wars".

Yup... Flags and poster symbolising each competing party will be everywhere along the road side. After the GE, each party have to clean up the place. Take out all the flags and posters or else they will be fined a sum of money.

Anyway. it's also a happy time for gardeners. Yup, most gardeners would be eyeing the bamboo poles, wood, canvas and pipe for the D.I.Y  projects in their garden. They cannot take those during the campaign period as it would be an offence that will land them some jail time. But after election, most will "help" the party to clean up.

Mamarazzi's lucky day last weekend. Managed to get some discarded poles and flags. Yea...flags as remembrance of the momentous moment.

A funny incident happened.  As she was collecting the poles,  a man came down from his motorbike. Mamarazzi thought the man is one of the party member . And that man thought she was one of the party member. Apparently, both of them aiming for the same thing. The man wanted some flags as a memento.

Managed to get around 10 poles and some flags.

Yesterday evening, Mamarazzi rescued some Dumb Cane from the roadside dumpsters. Poor plants. They might have been dumped due to their reputation of being poisonous to pets and child.

Oh come on! Poisonous? Yes, it's poisonous if you consume it. Even cats and dogs would avoid this plant as the sap have stinky smell. It's one of the plant protective systems again while animals. As for toddler, ones just have to be careful where the plant is placed. For me, I dislike eating vegetable. I definitely won't go and eat that.

Anyway, these are the rescue beauties. Hopefully under her friend's care, they will prosper.

Our garden is blooming. The Kesidang (bread flower/vallaris glabra) is flowering at every branch. Garden is full of lovely pandan/screwpine scent.

The desert roses also decided to join in the competition. Never have I seen so many pots blooming at the same time.

How long does it takes Banana from fruiting to ripe? Ours seems to take forever. It have been there since the end of January.

Yesterday Mamarazzi noticed that the top ones are rounded and one even splits its side. 

But the bottom most are still pretty skinny. .

And these are green skinned Banana. It won't turn yellow.  She just put a lot of fertiliser yesterday. Hopefully by next week we can enjoy the banana.

Well, the weekend is here. Happy weekend to everyone and have fun!. 

Saturday, 12 May 2018

Big Bad Wolf Box Sale @ Starling Mall (10th-20th May 2018)

My first word on that morning was "Who Won?". Yes, the night before when I dozed off the result was still not out yet. Heard the result of the  election only came out around 4a.m. or 5a.m.

Mamarazzi said "Go back to sleep . It is a public holiday today."

That was how we ended up at BBW Box Sale.Many people balik kampung (gone back hometown) for election and many are still glued to the television for the swearing in ceremony.... so  should be not many people at the sale, right?

OMG! So early already got long queue  ah? BBW sure have many fans.

 Open sesame!

One thing that you need to know about box sales is that the books are remainders from previous sale.

Some of it may not be at tip-top condition.It may be dusty and have some wear and tear but if you have the patience you will find some lovely books.

Books were flying off the tables as eager shoppers spots books that they wanted.

This year choice were not as good as last year.But it is better that the years before. There are plenty of books to choose from but you need time to go through it.

For me its easy. I immediately zoom into the children books section where I bumped into one of my girlfriend classmate. Got myself a trolley full of books. Then Mamarazzi proceed to the counter to purchase a box.

Yes after all it's a box sale, right? We need to buy an empty box/boxes and fill it with books. Yup its not a per book sale . It more like a book buffet where we can fill the box with as many books as we want (provided the box can close properly) and bring it home.

This is our boxful of books

Full to the max. Wanna see my loot?

Jeng! Jeng! Jeng!

and more

and more

We did a good job. We managed to squeeze in 70 books in to the RM99.90 box. That mean is less than RM1.50 per book

So guys head on to BBW Box Sale @ Starling Mall for some good bargains. Its on from now to 20th May. Open from 10 am - 10pm daily.

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