Modest Outfit Spam!

It's been 7 years on Stardoll and I'm still using it. The best dolly website imo. I don't talk to anyone on there anymore, but I'm constantly changing my outfits and makeup. Too sentimental and pricy to waste.

1. Windy

2. GOD, it's presentation day!

3. Trynna be a vintage flower gal

4. Can't decide if it's a uniform

5. Effortless monochrome

6. The most comfortable ensemble

7. Still in the comfort zone, literally

See ya x


20 Facts About Me Tag

Assalam :)

1. When I do notes, I want them to be as colourful as possible; at least using all three black, blue & red pens.
2. Online, I prefer group chats while offline, I prefer one-to-one interactions.
3. Mainly talks about work/school stuff with people. Hence don't really have connections outside of classes.
4. Baking is my most legit non-gadgety hobby.
5. Currently studying Communications but still has a soft spot for Bio.
6. How I interact with guys depends on how they interact with me.
7. Easily intimidated by garang people & I attempt to avoid them whenever possible.
8. Online, I enjoy dolling up my avatars with make-up & stylish outfits. Offline, mehh. Simplicity & ease FTW. 
9. Western food is the bomb diggity. I can survive with bread & no rice long enough. 
10. Still doesn't own a driver's license so please.. volunteer to drive me :p
11. 3 Food I pick off until the lastly sighted: Onions/garlic, chilli/chilli flakes, bean sprouts
12. Behind-the-scenes tasks are my cup of tea.
13. I'm your billingual girl, speaking Malay & English. I know very very little Arabic & Spanish. And interested in Korean language, greatly influenced by K-dramas haha
14. Nineteen & the eldest of 6 but doesn't act & think like one.
15. I plan to start a part-time business, selling baked goods probably. I NEED TO FEED MYSELF, MAN. No more gov allowances in degree!
16. Awfully deathly quiet with strangers. Hence I chose to study Communications, contradictory to my personality to force the transformation.
17. Yearns to master the arts of using chopsticks & riding two-wheeled bicycles.
18. My best subjects in upper secondary were English & Mod Maths, believe it or not. I suppose, Mod Maths was sort of an escapism for me from its dreaded counterpart hehe
19. Teacher, architect, fashion designer, dietitian - my past ambitions that changed over the course of 18 years
20. Expressionless

That's all. Thanks for reading! x


Foundation-to-Degree Holiday Goals

1. Get a driver's license. Yes, you read that right. I'm 19. Still can't drive. 

2. Relearn languages.

ARABIC ~ It has always been an on off thing for me honestly. In primary school, I didn't take Arabic serious enough that even tho I got a B for PSRA, I've forgotten everything after that. Like EVERYTHING *facepalm* I still remember that I was still unable to absorb the basics, like huwa huma hum etc *double facepalm* 

BUT! I still had hope. Upon entering UIA, it was obligatory of me to study Arabic Level 1. And I passed!! Didn't even have to take Level 2! Most of my classmates were exempted as well! :DD Alhamdulillah. Unfortunately, after two Arabic-less semesters and no persistent practice of the language, erm you know what happens. So now that I have my books back, let the studying begin! So I will not forget what I've learned again! Yes!

SPANISH ~ Dora the Explorer exposed me to the language since I was small, which interested me enough to pursue it informally approximately a year ago, I believe. I use the app DuoLingo & I highly recommend it. Again, with language learning you have to be diligent, and lack thereof lead me to forget it. Dang it. If Spanish was one of foreign language options for my degree, I'd take it in a heartbeat. 

BM ~ Even native speakers need brushing up. Especially if the last time you wrote a Malay essay was two years ago. And I have APT/EPT but in BM upon entering Gombak. The more reasons to memperkasakan bahasa Malaysia. 

3. Learn the characters of Japanese or Mandarin.
I'll have to take either one as my foreign language option soon. Still deciding between the two. Time is ticking. But at least what's left after subconsciously recognising the characters, I'll only need to know the meanings. Only. har har

4. 1 book every 3 days. It's a start! Note down new words as well! 

5. Baking experiments. And find out what business to do (I need to feed myself, man. No more gov allowance!) So far, I know that baking is the only thing I'm decently good at :/

6. I-want-to-touch (& read)-the-Quran campaign. Every single day. InshaAllah.

7. Make choices for degree studies. Sociology, Tourism or Psychology? Japanese or Mandarin? To study abroad or not to study abroad? And so many other or ors. 

8. Clean. My. Room. 

9. Learn how to ride a bike! I've been told that walking from place A to place B in UIA Gombak takes 30 mins?! Therefore riding a bike could really improve my physical health & won't make me sweat as much hehe.

10. Learn ICT. Photoshop or something. Since I am a communications student. And in this modern world we communicate with social media, which is based on codings, epic graphics, etc. 

Too much to handle? I'll try my best. InshaAllah.
The keyword is TRY.
And seriously I need regular time-outs from gadgets. Allah, help me.


Inspired by those quiet smarties

Thinking is crucial, but voicing out is optional.
The more you speak, the more accountable you become for your words.
You can't take back your words, regardless your amount of regret.
Not even whatsapp allows it. What more the fragile, emotional human heart that is equipped with the powerful memory of the human mind.
Jadilah diam-diam ubi berisi.
Bukan bising-bising besi berkarat (I made that up).
The fools; the more they speak, the more evident their stupidity and lack of knowledge.
So. Read more. Think more. Speak less. In certain situations. Speak only when needed.