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Sunday, 3 November 2013

Support Sunday: ARE YOU NEGATIVE?

We are magnets. We attract what we are.

When we are negative, we attract negatives.
Every wonder why when you're stressed, you just want to be free from stressed people? 

That's because, believe it or not, stressed people are emitting negative aura. And end up, attracting stressed people as well.

School is a very bad example because everyone is forced to be stressed at some point in the semester (ehem, like now)

I'm focusing more on everyday life.

Have you had lunch with people who always talk about negative aspect of their lives? If not, they'll be busy complaining about something?

HERE'S MY TIP FOR YOU:
RUN AWAY! (at least until they become positive)




Don't even bother staying. Negative people won't do you good, trust me. Find your POSITIVE AURA before returning back to save your peers from being negative.


It is a DISEASE to be NEGATIVE.

WHY?

Because, this disease is CONTAGIOUS. You can really feel NEGATIVE VIBES instantly. That's why it's important to meet people face-to-face in business.

Let me share something I learnt when I was in Drama class back in my university days.

My dear prof would always mention the importance of vibe and emotions. What you say will BOUNCE off energy to the audience. Angry? SHOUT! Audience will be scared. Sad? CRY. Audience will feel your sadness. 

ENERGY, just like heat, emits from a place of HIGHER CONCENTRATION to that of LOWER CONCENTRATION. 

Audience normally will be mallow and of low energy simply because they don't know what to expect. When you increase your energy level by 10 TIMES, your audience will feel the impact 20 TIMES. This is not latent heat. This is the POWER OF ENERGY. The more POSITIVE ENERGY you transfer from yourself to others, the MORE POSITIVE ENERGY they will gain!

SYIOK RIGHT?



I left political debates. Then, I felt SO FREE! I was complaining so much, but then it struck me. What was I *points to self* doing about all these complaints? Probably nothing except just more complaints?

So, i packed the bags of negatives in my mind and left for a place called POSITIVE. WAHHHHHH I TELL YOU.... It's such a better place.

You know how we're always complaining about Singapore not having much sceneries? Ah... The Land of Positive is like visiting Hokaido, and everyday you see nothing but the beautiful nature.

SYIOK RIGHT?

SYIOK HABIS!

Want to be part of an EVER POSITIVE ATMOSPHERE?
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xoxo
Huda

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

5+ Recipes Using Pomegranate

Hello again!

I was looking around on Pinterest for more superfoods, and I can't help but to share these amazing recipes I found on Pinterest. I've yet to try them, but I'm listing them here for future reference.

If you have tried any of them, share in the comments below on how it was and what changes should be made if any. (:

Happy Pomegranate!

I have shared about the benefits of pomegranate in my previous post. Here's a recap:

One of the oldest known fruits, found in writings and artifacts of many cultures and religions, the pomegranate (punica granatum) is an original native of Persia. This nutrient dense, antioxidant rich fruit has been revered as a symbol of health, fertility and eternal life.

Features of the Pomegranate:
• Most powerful anti-oxidant of all fruits
• Potent anti-cancer and immune supporting effects
• Inhibits abnormal platelet aggregation that could cause heart attacks, strokes and embolic disease
• Lowers cholesterol and other cardiac risk factors
• Lowers blood pressure
• Shown to promote reversal of atherosclerotic plaque in human studies
• May have benefits to relieve or protect against depression and osteoporosis
 
Pomegranate
 

5+ Recipes Using Pomegranate

There's more than one way to make delicious food with pomegranate. Here are 5+ recipes using pomegranate from my search on Pinterest. It's not Pinterest Friday, so I can't call it that yet.

1. Millet Pilaf with Butternut Squash and Pomegranate

Photo Credit: Bob's Red MillPinterest Source

Monday, 21 October 2013

Book List: Teach Yourself Small Business Survival by Kevin Duncan

I am not an avid reader, nor am I a fan of reading. I find it a daunting task to sit down and read. However, after my university woes, reading is my only source of knowledge. Surprisingly, reading becomes more enjoyable than ever before. I choose books that I am interested in. I no longer read because I was forced to. I searched high and low for good books. I purchased Malcolm Gladwell's Outlier and Blink, but never got the time to read it. So I decided to read books from the regional library. I felt that the due dates would be the reason for me to commit to reading. I came across this amazing book entitled Teach Yourself Small Business Survival by Kevin Duncan. I find his writing so smooth and easy to follow that sometimes I feel like he's in my head! My dislike for reading proves to be a hindrance for me, so it came to a surprise to me when I actually read a book and FINISHED it! One of my new year's resolution -- checked! (: