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Thursday, October 23, 2008

++ Sweet moments on abah's 53th Birthday...

Sanah Helwa ya gamil abah~!! Alles gute zum geburtstag mein Vater.. felix compleanos...Emakku yang cun & abahku yang hensem..huhu
emak yang potong kek ke abah tu?... macam x sabo nak makan jer...hehe

bergambar dulu sebelum sesi potong kek bermula..hee

Abah dengan semangatnyer nak memotong kek...

Baca doa dulu sebelum makan tau...Muhammad dah x sabo nak makan..lapar sgt le tu...hee


Ler dah kenapa Muhammad ni...panjangnyer muncung hang~~~dah xsabo nak makan kew??

++ Sanah Helwa Ya gamil Ya Abatie.... Happy Birthday Abah~!!


Selamat Hari Tua abah..yang ke 35 ke?.....bukan lah.. yang ke 53 tau... abah dah tua.. hehehe..jangan marah ha... ;p

Blueberry birthday cake 4 abah ke 53.. hee..well..mak birthday cake ebah mana?..;p

Sayang abah...sayang emak jugak..hehe..tapi hari ni 23.Oktober.2008 bersamaan 23.Syawal.1429 hijriah genap umur abah 53 tahun..wah wah..x sangka sekejap sj masa berlalu & makin bertambah umur kita dari hari ke hari... anak abah doakan agar abah sihat tubuh badan, mendapat rezeki yang lebih & diredhai Allah,dipanjangkan umur dan bahagia didunia & diakhirat bersama isteri & anak2 abah yang tercinta...

Ich wuenche dir noch Alles gute zum 53 geburtstag und Ich liebe dich ganz toll abah.... =)

++ Seven Ways to Remember Any Name

Our name is one of those hard-wired words in our subconscious (like “free”) that has the intrinsic trigger to get our attention. You are more likely to react and respond to the sound of your name than say the word “apple.”

The ability to remember people’s names is an incredibly useful skill in business and social interactions. Do you remember how impressed or surprised you were the last time someone remembered your name? I still get impressed, and I tend to remember these people in an especially warm and friendly light.

I often fall victim to the embarrassment of not remembering names of people who approach me with, “Hi Tina, how are you?” I would panic, thinking, “Oh crap! What’s her name again?”

So in order to help myself remember names, I have developed the following techniques. I’ve used each one extensively and they have proven to be effective in my experience.

1. Trust Yourself
Many of us believe that we are horrible at names and we are very proud of this fact by telling other people about it. By relying on this story we’ve created, we instantly forget people’s names the moment we hear it, without even trying, because we are “horrible at names.” I have been guilty of this. So, stop telling people that you are bad at names. You are not bad at names; you just have not implemented a system that worked for you yet. Tell yourself, “I am fantastic at remembering names! And I’m going to start practicing now.”

2. Seeing Faces
If you know another person with the same name, try the following:

a) See that person’s face in your imagination.
b) Now, see the person’s face bounce up and down.
c) Now, see the new person’s face, bouncing up and down beside the first face.
d) Repeat steps a) and b) several times.
3. Using Sound Tricks
If you do not know another person with this same, try the following mnemonics using sound:

a) Repeat their names several times in your head, while noting the following:

  • Exaggerate the sounds. Prolong the syllables. For example, “Teee-Naaa!” The funnier, funkier, and more disturbing, the better.
  • Try chunking which is breaking the name into several distinguishable parts or words.

b) Associate parts of a name with words you’re already familiar with and can easily pronounce. For example, “Ramesh” equals mesh, mash.

c) For foreign, long, or unusual names, create a story. Make the story highly visual, especially great if the story sounds silly and makes you laugh. For example, “Bengodi” could be “Ben Affleck is going to become a deejay.”

++ Sleeping Less: What to Do About It


Generally, it has been assumed that the need for sleep does not decrease with age, but rather that other factors gradually come to interfere with our ability to sleep through the night.

Older individuals, for instance, are at greater risk not only for developing medical and psychiatric disorders but also for taking medications that can disrupt sleep. In spite of these influences, however, it may be that an actual biological deterioration of the sleep drive might also be playing a role.

A new study published in the journal Current Biology has been able to shed some light on this puzzle of sleep and aging. The researchers, who wanted to determine the maximal sleep capacity of both young and older persons, arranged for groups of younger adults (ages 18 to 32 years) and older adults (ages 60 to 76 years) to lie in bed for 12 hours during the night and for another 4 hours in the afternoon.

The subjects tended to sleep significantly longer at the beginning of the experiment, presumably because they were making up for a sleep debt accrued during their usual daily sleep routines. When the sleep patterns stabilized, however, the younger adults were capable of sleeping for much longer times — an average of 8.9 hours daily — than were the elderly people, who got only 7.4 hours daily. This 1.5-hour difference in maximal sleep capacity is impressive.

If your biological drive for sleep seems to have decreased, make sure that you are following the kinds of routines and behaviors that will give you the best chance of getting as much refreshing sleep as possible. Here are some examples of good sleep hygiene:

  • Make sure that you're going to bed early enough to allow yourself to get an adequate night's sleep.
  • As your bedtime approaches, develop a relaxing routine in the evening — don't keep busy until the moment before you expect to fall asleep.
  • Avoid watching TV in bed.
  • Sleep in a cool, relatively dark room.
  • Consider going to sleep to the sound of white noise, either from a bedside fan or a machine that generates calming sounds.
  • Increase your exercising, but don't do it so near to bedtime that it gets your adrenaline flowing and keeps you awake.
  • Limit your daily intake of caffeinated beverages and avoid them completely after lunchtime.
  • Avoid alcoholic beverages.

Mari Me'release' tension~

To those yang mengantuk especially with this gloomy weather or yang tengah stress, pls do this simple exercise below :)

Selamat Mencuba!!

ni ala taichi sikit la… sebagai intro dan warming up..

tiru la macam ni… untuk melegakan bahu dan leher..

wa..wa..aaa

gerak kekanan kemudian ke kiri..

gerak ke kiri kemudian ke kanan

ikut je ler… jangan terpusing kepala udah la..

tepuk kuat kuat kat dahi.. ni untuk hilang mengantuk..

dah tu buat gerakan tangan dan badan… buat macam happy aje..

kemudian goyang2 kaki dan badan sikit… buat macam takde masalah…

buat secara agresif pula… jangan peduli apa orang lain kata..

hilangkan semua stress…

pusingkan kepala…

tengok muka kat cermin sambil goyang2.. lawa tak…

akhir sekali buat joget kucing…

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kalau tak hilang juga stress tu ambil bantal kecik gi tidur bawah meja..

Sekian~

Jenguk..Jenguk...

Renungan Sejenak -

"Mahkota kemanusiaan ialah rendah hati." "Jangan memberi makanan kepada orang lain yang anda sendiri tidak suka memakannya." "Yang memimpin wanita bukan akalnya, melainkan hatinya."

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